Outcast for Watch

Outcast for Watch

By Crunchy Bagel

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2018-01-24
  • Current Version: 3.1.6
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 40.44 MB
  • Developer: Crunchy Bagel
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 586 Ratings


A standalone podcast player for Apple Watch. Leave your iPhone at home and browse, download and play podcasts while you're on the go. * Search for podcasts directly on your Apple Watch * Download episodes over wi-fi or cellular* * Play podcasts when you have AirPods or compatible Bluetooth headphones/speaker connected. * Create a playlist, so the next episode automatically starts playing, even when the Outcast is in the background. * View episode chapters (for podcasts that support chapters) Additionally, you can: * Browse and manage episodes directly from your iPhone * Add the complication to your Apple Watch face for real-time progress and full color artwork * Adjust skip forward/backward duration * Adjust playback duration * Export/import your list of podcasts in OPML format Note: Downloading over cellular when not connected to your iPhone requires cellular Apple Watch and activated data plan. Question? Email support@outcast.app




  • Latest update a big step back...

    By ToddRs
    Used to love the app. Latest update crashes often, and does not remember where I left off a podcast if I leave the app or start a different podcast. Love the fact that I can download directly to the watch
  • Waste of money

    It feels really bad to pay for an app that crashes constantly, when there are so many free options available on the market.
  • Apple Watch 4 - its buggy and slow

    By jaa350
    Don’t buy this for the Apple Watch 4. Wait for a software fix. It’s a huge time waster, trying to download through crash after crash
  • Garage logic

    By stewbay
    I’ve been listening since the beginning of garage logic. Living in the state of Mn garage logic is like an oasis from the insanity. When I heard the radio show was going off the air I thought good luck to all of us...thanks for continuing as a podcast! Sincerely, Bruce
  • Trash App

    By upser999
    Drains battery, only downloads when watch is on, sound quality is horrible. Don’t waste your money.
  • Best podcast app

    By Fiysgjutfgugff
    So nice to be able to download directly to the watch. Great customer service too!
  • Best gets better. Now with chapter support.

    By D’Anconia Copper
    Now with chapter support, Outcast has all but replaced Overcast as my daily driver. All watch owners who listen to podcasts must download this. I don’t know what’s next, but this app just gets better and better. Perhaps an opt-in for auto-sync? Auto-sync has been a fail on Overcast, but maybe the Outcast team has an answer? Great work! This app lives on my Infograph sub-dial.
  • 5 stars, my favorite WatchOS app

    By Full Justified
    The absolute best standalone Watch podcast app, use it every day. App updates keep getting better and new features.
  • Good on Series 3 and Great on Series 4

    By 1dopebloke
    Everything about this app is great EXCEPT the horrible BATTERY DRAIN. U can see the battery v life going down as the minute goes by. It's insane. I had this app installed when I had my Applewatch series 3 running watch OS whatever version it was during late 2017 until buying my Series 4 here in October. It was the only podcast app that allowed me to download podcast episodes straight to my watch. It was key. It has its faults but that was Apples restrictions. Now with watch OS5.0 With the series 4, they updated some things making the app much better n easier allowing u to download straight from ur phone app then just unpausing it on ur watch to finish the download. I prefer it to Apples Podcast app n also now seen like I owe them some sort of loyalty for getting me my podcasts back when no other app could on my Applewatch. The best part about the update is the volume and also being able to restart it podcasts from where u were last listening. In the old version, I always wrote down the time I was at n then fast forwarded to the correct spot. Props 2 the app developers.
  • Ok, but only because it’s the only option

    By Jayson Elliot
    This is the only way I’ve found to get podcasts onto the Watch itself, so it gets stars for that. But it’s fiddly to use, incredibly sloooooooooooow, and just not that great as an actual podcast player. Still, I’m glad it exists since Apple made such a crappy watch that couldn’t do much on its own.