How To Listen

Podcasts are kind of like on-demand radio, or the audio-only version of Netflix. You can listen to people talking about just about any subject, in just about any language from anywhere in the world.

The Everyday Fray Podcast is one of these many shows available, and as technology evolves, there are more ways for you to listen. Let’s focus on the easy ways, first.

Stream from the website: You can click on a podcast blog and hit the ‘play’ button in the embedded player. This function will work on any web browser, and most mobile devices, too. The player will stop when you leave the page.

Download from the website: You can click (or right-click/control-click) on the “Download this episode” link in the podcast blog and save the MP3 (audio file) to your computer or device, and play it back with your preferred music or audio software.

The Everyday Fray is sent out to multiple platforms when new episodes are published, and depending on the type of smart phone or tablet you have, you can subscribe and download (for free) episodes from there, too.

iOS / Apple users: Visit The Everyday Fray in the Podcasts app. Your phone likely already has this installed (look for the purple button with white ‘signal’ lines), open it up, and search The Everyday Fray, or follow this link from your device. You can click the ‘subscribe’ button and download or stream episodes from this app. Listen through the app while connected to WiFi or using data, or download episodes and take it on the go with you.

Android users: Visit The Everyday Fray in the Google Play Music app. It’s already installed on your phone (look for the orange triangle), open it up, and search The Everyday Fray, or follow this link from your device. Click the three vertical dots and ‘subscribe’ to the show. You can also edit this so you’ll be notified when a new episode is posted! Listen through the app while connected to WiFi or using data, or download episodes and take it on the go with you.

There are other popular websites and apps that stream podcasts, and the first one The Everyday Fray Podcast is listed in is a personal favourite: Stitcher!

Stitcher: You can visit the website and go to The Everyday Fray, then add it as a favourite, or you can download the app for iOS/Apple devices here or Android devices here. In that app you can search for The Everyday Fray, favourite it by pressing the plus sign, and download episodes to take with you on the go!

If you’re an advanced user, and have a podcast player you like to use and just want the RSS Feed address, here you go: http://everydayfray.libsyn.com/rss

Additional websites will carry The Everyday Fray Podcast soon, and if there’s enough demand, an Everyday Fray Podcast app may be created.