How to get a podcast on Google Play Music? If you are accustomed to using Google Play Music, you may want to listen to a podcast from Google Play for relaxing, learning or entertainment. Yet it is not available for you to transfer podcasts from Google Play to other platforms if you work on computers but not mobile devices.
So how to download podcasts on Google Play when you use a computer? Here we will give you the answer. Keep moving!
Part 1. How to Get a Podcast on Google Play on PC
What Tool You Need to Save a Podcast
The DRmare Audio Capture can help you download a podcast from Google Play. It means that in fact, you can own podcasts with the assistant of the DRmare Audio Capture. How does the DRmare software do that?
With innovative and advanced audio recording technology, the DRmare Audio Downloader can record a podcast from Google Play Music app on your computer. It can also extract audios from websites, video conferences, games and so on. All in all, it can easily capture any podcast of Google Play and download it in batches.
In addition, the DRmare Audio Recorder allows you to choose your favorite output format from MP3, FALC, WAV, AAC, M4A and M4B. Furthermore, You have the right to personalize the codec, bit rate, sample rate and channel. What's surprising is that you can also spilt, trim and edit the downloaded podcast as you like. Sounds great!
DRmare Audio Capture for Google Play Podcast
Detailed Tutorial for Listening to Podcasts on PC
The operation on downloading a podcast from Google Play is easy for you. Just finish the steps we offer below. Then you can freely control the podcast files on your PC.
- Step 1Launch Google Play Music on DRmare
- Open the DRmare Google Play Music Capture on your PC. A window will pop up. You can see that some icons of browsers and software are in it. Please ensure the Google Play Music web app or the Chrome where you can reach the Google Play Music is in it. If not, you should tap on the "+" button to add it to the window.
- Step 2Redefine Output Parameters of Podcasts
- Hit the "Audio" icon on the bottom. Then you are inspired to pick the output format as you want. What’s more, as for other parameters, we suggest you set the sample rate as 48000Hz, bit rate as 320 kbps and choose the "High Quality" option from "Preset". Drop your mouse on the "Preference" button on the top right. You are able to reset the output folder and decide how to spilt the recordings by yourself.
- Step 3Download Podcast from Google Play to PC
Now play the podcast that you want to catch for saving on your PC via Google Play Music app or the Chrome. You can learn that once you play the podcast, the DRmare Audio Capture will start to record sounds from Google Play Music and keep them on your computer. When the podcast stops playing, the DRmare tool will put the downloading to an end. Or you can click the "Stop" icon to end the process.
Note: The free trial version of the DRmare Audio Capture only permits you to gain one-minute downloaded file of each recorded podcast. To own a whole file, you are supposed to buy the DRmare program.
- Step 4Edit and Trim Recorded Podcast
- Here you can rename the recorded podcast or trim it via the "edit" button. The title, genre, group, composer,etc. can be modified by you. At last, you need to hit the "Save" button to preserve the podcasts. After you locate the files in the output folder, you can freely play the podcast on your computer.
Part 2. Download Google Play Podcasts on Mobile Devices
If you use Google Play Music app on your mobile phone or other devices, you are allowed to download podcasts directly. You can follow the guide to get the podcast.
1. Open the Google Play Music app on your device.
2. Click the "info" button.
3. Hit "Download" icon.
You can successfully get the podcast after you finish playing the episode.
Part 3. To Sum Up
No matter you listen to podcast on mobile devices or computers, it’s convenient to get a podcast on Google Play for offline playback if you use the DRmare Audio Capture. The multiple output formats enables you to upload it to players or devices you prefer.