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iOS-Development Podcasts

Podcasts

The following is a list of podcasts of interest to iOS developers and other habitués of the Apple ecosystem.

Podcast frequencies are approximate. Average length is of the past three episodes.

Corrections and suggestions, via pull request or email to vermontcoder AT gmail DOT com, are welcome.

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Accidental Tech Podcast

Build Phase

CacaoCast

  • Description: After a change in focus, this podcast is now largely a "petit expérience de podcasting et de développement" about host Philippe Casgrain's continuing work on the iOS app Daylight.
  • Website: http://cacaocast.com/
  • Feed: http://cacaocast.com/Feed
  • Twitter: @cacaocast
  • Frequency: weekly
  • Average Length: 14:30

CocoaConf Podcast

Coding Blocks

Consult

  • An interview podcast about iOS and Mac software development specifically concerning the world of consultants – those who build apps for others. Content includes a mix of topical episodes and interviews with consultants and other developers.
  • Website: http://consultpodcast.com/
  • Feed: http://consultpodcast.com/Feed
  • Twitter: @davekopec
  • Frequency: monthly
  • Average Length: 1:07:08

Core Intuition

Einfach iOS

El Podcast de Aprende iOS

Fatal Error

Fireside Swift

Friday Q&A Live or: mikeash rambles about stuff

  • Description: Mike Ash "brings something vaguely resembling his Friday Q&A blog articles to the world of podcasting ... discuss[ing] weird technical stuff in the world of Mac and iOS programming."
  • Website: https://mikeash.com
  • Feed: https://mikeash.com/fqa-live-feed.py
  • Twitter: @mikeash
  • Frequency: irregular
  • Average Length: 19:50

Hallo Swift

iDeveloper Podcast

Import Foundation

Infinitum

Inside iOS Dev

iOS Dev Break

iPhreaks

The Learn Swift Podcast

Merge Conflict

More Than Just Code

NSBrief

  • Description: A podcast for Cocoa developers talking about interesting developer-y stuff. This podcast is open-source in that it has a GitHub repo through which listeners can contribute back. The host, Saul Mora, has a unique perspective for an iOS-development-podcast host in that he lives and works in China.
  • Website: http://nsbrief.com
  • Repo: https://github.com/nsbrief
  • Feed: http://nsbrief.com/feeds/rss.xml
  • Twitter: @nsbrief
  • Frequency: TBD
  • Average Length: 39:35

Playgrounds: Swift and Apple Developers Conference

Programming Throwdown

raywenderlich.com Podcast

Release Notes

SharedInstance

Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Radio

  • Description: Various software-developer hosts talk to various software-developer guests about a variety of software-development topics. To quote the About page, "Episodes are either tutorials on specific topics, or interviews with well-known experts from the software engineering world."
  • Website: http://www.se-radio.net
  • Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/se-radio
  • Twitter: @seradio
  • Frequency: biweekly to quadraweekly
  • Average Length: 52:22

Supertop Podcast

Swift by Sundell

SwiftCoders

Swift Teacher

Swift Unwrapped

The Talk Show with John Gruber

Under the Radar

Worst Case Scenario

Dearly Departed Podcasts

  • CocoaRadio
  • Bitsplitting
  • Build and Analyze
  • Concepts in Code
  • Debug
  • Developing Perspective
  • Edge Cases
  • History of Rome
  • Hypercritical
  • Identical Cousins
  • iOhYes
  • iOSBytes
  • iOS Dev Diary
  • Janie Rants
  • Mobile & Beer
  • Mobile Couch
  • Notification Center
  • The Record
  • The Run Loop
  • Runtime
  • Springboard
  • Swift Playhouse
  • Topical
  • Verbose Podcast

Credits

Thanks to all the podcasts for sharing such amazing content.

Thanks to iOS Dev Weekly, Indie iOS Focus Weekly, Import Foundation, Launch Therapy, Michael Tsai, and iDeveloper Podcast for helping to publicize this list.

Thanks also to the list contributors.