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Topic # 65281 1-Aug-2010 17:51
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I listen to the odd podcast during the night, always a single podcast at a time but, contrary to what my ipod does, my iphone plays out all the podcasts by that artist on the iphone.  Is there some way of setting the iphone to play podcasts one at a time?  I really don't want to have to create a playlist for each individual podcast, which is all I can think of at the moment,

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  Reply # 361219 1-Aug-2010 22:08
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Podcasts are handled poorly on the iPhone. All I can suggest as a rough solution is go into the timer app once you've started your podcast, and set the timer for how long the podcast is and select the 'stop iPod playing' option below where it says 'when timer stops'.

I have the prob of all the podcasts being jumbled up and so I found an app called 'just podcasts' that puts them in alphabetical order

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  Reply # 361482 2-Aug-2010 12:05
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Or create a temp playlist out of the one you want to listen to, that way it will stop once the playlist has finished.



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  Reply # 361901 2-Aug-2010 20:47
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Thanks, I guess it'll be the timer route!

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  Reply # 361928 2-Aug-2010 21:28
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You realize you can create a playlist on device now with iOS4? You don't have to do it thru iTunes and sync any more. What we really need is an option to stop at end of current track...

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