Filed an Issue OPML URL Sync feature (Customer Feedback & suggestions for Podcast Addict)

Hello, thanks for the Podcast Addict app.
please add opml url sync feature (like Juice Receiver app)

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I think that it would be good to be able to store OPML subscriptions externally. This is what Inoreader allows users to do.

I also imagine that allowing users to subscribe would mean that one could use any form of storage, whether this is Google (as referred to in this request) or WordPress.

Filed an Issue Export more detailed listening statistics (Customer Feedback & suggestions for Podcast Addict)

I like the listening statistics feature, but I often want to know more about my habits, more explicitly, and to be able to work with that data a bit.
Being able to track/download events such as time of playback, time of stopping, episode timestamp of start/stop, sleep timer timeout, or sleep timer interrupted, would be really interesting for me.
I write scripts that graoh and analyse my behaviour from exported data from mood tracker apps/my exported calendar, and often podcast addict is a good indicator of when i actually slept, or how I was feeling during my commute to/from work.

I think that this would be really useful. I would love to use this data to develop a monthly review of some sorts.
Filed an Issue Integrate with IFTTT (Customer Feedback & suggestions for Podcast Addict)

There should be a way to integrate with IFTTT.

For example, I share my news items of interest to Diigo, which then (through IFTTT) posts to Blogger and Twitter, without duplicates.

If I could have podcast episodes that I finished at a predetermined level (or even via a manual share) sent to IFTTT that triggered a recipe already in-place to distribute my shared content as designed (Blogger and Twitter, simultaneously and without duplicates).

IFTTT is very simple and extremely useful, so an integration with Podcast Addict — one of my top three most-used apps — would be great.

I think it would be good if Podcast Addict was able to integrate with IFTTT. Although it is possible to share to Twitter, there are times when I would like to share with other sites and spaces, such as Diigo or my own website.

Even better than integrating with IFTTT would be to provide webhooks that could be integrated with IFTTT. This is what Inoreader has done. Doing so what then open up the options to any number of applications.