The Qt-related issues that prevented us from doing a BB10 build on release day were fixed, so the Blackberry Playbook and Blackberry 10 builds of gPodder have been uploaded and are now available in Blackberry World.
A new version of gPodder 4 is out for Android, CLI and Sailfish OS. The Blackberry version didn't make it for this release (yet), due to some Qt 5 layout issues on Blackberry 10 that I haven't yet looked into.
Among the usual UI improvements, this release changes the previously JSON-based database for a SQLite3-based database on top of minidb. Migration from the old database to the new database is automatic the first time you use the new version. As always with changes like this, it could be that the migration doesn't work for some reason - in this case, let us know in the issues tracker.
Packages for Sailfish OS are available on the downloads page and the package for Android has been uploaded to Google Play.
Here's another gPodder 3 release, fixing among other things the YouTube integration.
A new version of gPodder 4 is out for Android, Blackberry Playbook, Blackberry 10, CLI and Sailfish OS.
This release includes an all-new Android-specific UI (only used on Android), better integration for Android (pause when headphones are unplugged, back button support) as well as a sleep timer and play queue.
Packages for Sailfish OS are available on the downloads page, packages for Blackberry Playbook and Blackberry 10 have been uploaded to App World and are waiting in QA, and the package for Android has been uploaded to Google Play.
Yesterday, I've ported gPodder 4 to Android. This uses Qt 5 and Python 3, as well as the latest development version of PyOtherSide. Since then, I've also fixed some bugs related to font rendering. This means that gPodder 4 will be available in Google Play in a few hours. This is an early port, and gPodder 4's UI is still missing some features and platform integration, but the basic functionality works. What is known to not work (and what I'd like to see fixed in future versions):