The latest version of iOS and macOS has been rolling out to iOS devices, and you can now add your own music genres to your podcast.
You can add up to 10 categories to your show, including genres like “Pop, Country, R&B, Pop” and “Pop-Up, Hip Hop, R & Hip Hop.”
If you add an event category, you can add a DJ to the podcast and get the full list of performers and events, but you can also add your favorite podcasts to a list.
Podcasting has been on the rise in recent years, with the likes of the Stitcher and Apple Podcasts already available for download, and many of the apps that make the format work have been launched on iOS and OS X in the past.
For the uninitiated, podcasting is the format that allows you to listen to your favorite podcast episodes and record them.
But the way podcasting works, the hosts can’t make their podcasts public, and the format is restricted to an audience of just the creators and their fans.
You’d be hard pressed to find a podcast with a larger audience of listeners who wouldn’t be able to use the podcasting app to discover new episodes.
With iOS and Mac OS X, podcasts are now available in their native app, with podcasts available for iPhone and iPad, as well as the Apple TV and Apple TV Remote, the latter of which can be used to play and record podcasts on a Mac.
Apple’s Podcasts app for Mac was released in 2015, but there are still a few more apps to add to your app drawer, and it’s not too far off from being able to add new genres and new events to your iTunes library.
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