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PenguinTV is not just another RSS feed reader. It is designed from the ground up to work seamlessly with podcasts and video blogs, allowing you to easily enjoy the audio, music, and video published around the web in RSS format. One user calls it "hands down the app of choice" for downloading video blogs.

Until now, the only solutions for listening to podcasts on Linux have been clunky apps and unreliable bash scripts. Many solutions require the user to browse file directories named by date to find media files. With the large amount of information in podcasts and videos, a user needs help to keep track of everything.

PenguinTV eliminates all of these problems with a light-weight but powerful interface that shows you what you need to know, and hides what you don't. You can immediately see what you've watched, what's available to view, and which media are downloading. You don't have to worry about where files are stored, what their names are,
Interface: Graphical
Associated Programs
python-gst0.10 generic media-playing framework (Python bindings)
python-xapian Xapian search engine interface for Python
Available deb Repositories (how-to add a respository)
Ubuntu 32-bit 64-bit
precise 4.2.0-0ubuntu2 4.2.0-0ubuntu2
saucy 4.2.0-0ubuntu2 4.2.0-0ubuntu2
trusty 4.2.0-0ubuntu3 4.2.0-0ubuntu3

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