Pull is a nice tool that you can use to download podcasts or video casts.
The software is not at all hard to use. You just need to download it. Pull is designed to be easy to use, so you are not forced to install it, though you can do that if you want.
When you use Pull for the first time, you need to set the folder where you want to download podcasts. Also, you can provide the proxy server you use, in case you use one.
The software is designed for Windows 7, so you can't run it using XP with full features.
After you set up and run Pull, you can add podcasts, edit podcasts details, and remove some podcasts you want, update podcasts, and import/export podcasts.
Pull is very easy to use and it's not disturbing at all. You can just minimize it and you will forget it's even there. You won't hear annoying sounds and you will not be bothered with errors, if they happen.
If you close it, it will remember what the last thing it was doing was and Pull will resume any downloads if needed.
Pull is an awesome podcast receiver but has some minor bugs too. Like when you want to close it and the 'Are you sure you want to quit ' question is prompted. You can click 'yes' or 'no' but the program will quit anyway.
When using Pull, you can subscribe to a podcast with one click, and you have the ability to download automatically the latest episodes, or you can prevent episodes from being deleted.
Why is "Pull" famous?
Pull is famous because it's a great tool for downloading podcasts and video casts. It's easy to install (not even mandatory), easy to use and it really makes your life easier.
Publisher: Robert MacLean
Tags: podcast reciever, podcast viewer,