What you need to know
- Apple has announced new Podcast Collections.
- Podcast Collections will be available in the United States and Canada.
- The three Collections will cover true crime, culture, and entertainment.
Apple has announced new Podcast Collections that will be updated weekly to add curated recommendations for people looking for new podcasts to listen to. The three Collections will cover true crime, culture, and entertainment.
The new collections will be available to all Apple Podcasts users in The US and Canada on iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Each will be found in the Browse and Search tabs within the app with Apple refreshing the Collections each week.
Darkside is Apple's new collection of true crime content with new podcasts added each Tuesday.
The Popped Collection will cover culture that includes TV shows, movies, and more. Podcast listeners will be able to check out new content every Thursday.
Finally, tbh. Every Wednesday Apple will share content with "the voices and perspectives you need to hear."
All of this will only be available via the official Apple Podcasts app so keep that in mind — if that's the best iPhone app for listening to podcasts for you, great. Everyone else will need to download the Podcasts app from the App Store if it isn't already installed.
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