Bringing you the latest episodes of CraftLit – along with bonus material. In addition to access to the show, there is also access to special features like:
*PDF documents – covering patterns from our listeners
*Following the show’s Twitter feed
*Call-in audio comments
*Be the first to know about all incentive announcements and contests
If you love literature and you are looking to get the most out of your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad – this app is for you.
(Please note, not all features are available for all episodes. This app is compatible with the iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone, but the call-in feature is only available on the iPhone)
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Ratings and Reviews
Make a friend, hear a book!
Heather is so personable and open, after listening to her discuss one book you will feel like she is that neighbor you always wish you have.
Her literary insights are spot on, and make the books much more enjoyable. Historical context, definitions of strange words, information about authors - all combine to make the stories she presents come to life.
What took me so long?!?
I’ve been listening to the podcast for years and just now added the app to my phone. Love love love!!!! Makes life so much easier, especially on my long commute. Thanks Heather!!!
Good Foundation - Not Customer Centric
I had such high hopes for this app, and downloaded it yesterday (love the CraftLit podcast). Tried it our last night, and it was a dissappointment. Listening to one of the episodes, had to pause it to go and do something that needed my full attention, came back and discovered that you have to start from the beginning of the episode!! It does not "keep your place" as the podcast episodes do through my iTunes podcast feature. Not saving my place is one feature that drops the value of the app WAY down.
Love the concept of having the episodes pushed to my iPod Touch. The sound quality when listening through the app is much better (I don't have to put the volume way up to hear the readers, as I do when listening through iTunes downloaded episodes), and the interface is very good. All of that provides a solid foundation, but the one major glitch makes me re-think this app a lot. I think the app was created with the podcast in mind first, not how customers would use it. It is very rare that I can devote a good hour to something, without having to pause. Just not realistic to have to listen to the epsiode all at once, every time.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.