Podcast Players that Support Private RSS Feeds

As a podcast subscriber, you'll probably want to listen to your podcaster's premium episodes in a podcast player of your choice. To do this, you'll need to ensure your podcast player supports a private RSS feed - the technology that podcast players use to let you listen to private podcast episodes.

While most podcast players support private RSS feeds, some do not. 

Here we've listed out the podcast player apps that support private RSS Feeds  by device. If your podcast app is not listed here below your specific listening device, you will want to download a new podcast player. 

We recommend you jump straight to the section for your listening device:

Note: Those with an asterisk (*) also offer a paid service and they may also offer ad-free streaming. 
Note: If you'd like instructions on how to connect to your private feed in any of the supported podcast players, check out this article.
Note: Spotify technically does not support private RSS feeds. However, if the podcaster has enabled Spotify through our Open Access integration with Spotify, then you will be able to listen to premium podcast content on Spotify.





The best app for listening to your Supercast feed on a Mac computer is the built in Podcasts App. If you have the app installed simply click on the Apple Podcasts button found in your welcome email or Supercast account to automatically launch the app and subscribe to the podcast. 

Other options for accessing Supercast on your Mac computer:


We recommend using iTunes for Windows to listen to your Supercast feed. You can download it here. Once installed Click on “File” in the top left menu. Then select “Add a Show by URL…” from the dropdown and paste the feed URL in the pop-up window. Click “Subscribe” and 

Other options for accessing Supercast on your PC/Windows computer:

Podcast Players Not Supported

  • Podbean
  • Stitcher