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Mac Power Users

By Relay FM

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Description

Learn about getting the most from your Apple technology with focused topics and workflow guests. Creating Mac Power Users, one geek at a time since 2009. Hosted by David Sparks and Stephen Hackett.

Customer Reviews

Always something new

I always loved the dynamic between David & Katie. But the change with Stephen has been rad. Every time I listen I learn something.
Relay FM and MPU is best podcast with a personal touch and loads of personality out there. Thanks for the Excellent content

Used to be good now it's same old same old

When Katie Floyd was a co-host this podcast was 5-star. Not only was it interesting to have two lawyers talking about using the Mac, but it was one of those rare Mac geek podcast that had a woman host. AND she was a great speaker. You'd think she'd been a professional announcer she was so good. Now there's a new male co-host who is also a Mac geek and not a regular user. And even though he co-hosts other podcasts, it's obvious he has no decent broadcasting training. He mumbles his way through the advertisements which make me forward past them.
Although I've been a listener since the beginning and don't begrudge Katie for leaving, I would've preferred a different choice. I'm a woman apple geek and I'm pretty tired of hearing only guys talk about the Mac and computer things when there are plenty of smart talented women who have a different and wonderful take on it. As nice as the new co-host seems, what was unique and special about the podcast is now same old, same old. Sadly I'm unsubscribing. With my limited free time I want something different.

This One Has Run Its Course

Used to be one of my favorite podcasts, but the nice balance of the show was lost when Katie Floyd left the show at the end of 2018. Sponsors have taken hold of the objectivity of the hosts, putting a lot of their recommendations in question. A peril of the of the current podcasting business model unfortunately.

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