Pocket Casts app: Pocket Cams and Instagram integration

The latest version of Pocket Casting (Pocket Casts) is here, and it’s pretty awesome.

The app has a bunch of cool features, but one of them is the ability to stream Pocket Casters and Instagram content to your phone’s camera.

The new app works with both Android phones and iPhones.

You can view a video, audio, and GIF from the app, and if you’re not on an iOS device you can also view it in the web browser.

Pocket Cast can even play and share video in a video player on your phone, which is pretty cool.

Pocketcasts, which are essentially videos, can also be used as a podcast.

The best part?

You can stream to other Pocketcasts accounts on the same phone, too.

The Pocketcasts app is free and you can try it out for free right now.

If you’re on an Android device, Pocketcasts is available for free in the Google Play Store.

Check out the full rundown below.

How do I watch Pocketcasts?

When you’re watching Pocketcasts on your Android phone, you’ll be presented with a series of options: You can select to stream a video to Pocketcasts or another Pocketcast account on your mobile device, or you can use the “Watch Now” button to stream the entire video to your device.

The first option is best for watching Pocketcast videos to your desktop or laptop, as it’s not nearly as fast.

You’ll be able to view your Pocketcasts video and stream to the device as well.

You’re able to select which of the three app screens you want to see, and you’ll also be able see what your video looks like in each one.

You may want to switch between the two screens by swiping across the screen.

In my case, I used the video from the “Live” section to watch the video I recorded while I was out for the day, but you can do the same with the “Stream” section, too if you want.

If there’s a video that you want, tap the little icon in the upper-right corner to jump to it.

To view Pocketcasts in the Web Browser, click on the little red “View” button next to the video you want and you should see a preview of the content.

If the video is not in your video library, just click the little blue “View Video” button in the top right corner of the video.

If it’s in your library, you can then select it, scroll down, and watch the whole thing.

The video will then automatically refresh and show the new content.

You might want to close out of the Pocketcasts interface for now to load the new video.

You also can choose to watch your videos in the browser in two ways: You could choose to open the video in the current tab, and then navigate to the “Video” tab in the new tab to watch a video from a video library.

You could also choose to navigate to Pocketcast and then “Watch now” to watch all of the videos in your Pocketcast library.

This is where the new app gets its name.

The “Stream Video” section is where you can view your entire video library and scroll through them.

You don’t have to keep scrolling through your videos, though.

You simply select the video that is in the video library you want or a video you don’t want to watch, then choose the video playback mode you want (as you can see below).

You can also watch videos you haven’t watched in the past, and even watch videos that you haven, too, if you haven.

If, after watching a video for a while, you see a new, new, or new to you, you simply tap the big red “Watch” button at the bottom of the screen and you’re done.

You should also be aware that the new version of the app does not have the option to turn off Pocketcasts.

This feature will be added in the future.

If I’m using Pocketcasts and I want to view videos I recorded on my iPhone, how do I do that?

In order to watch Pocketcast content on your iPhone, you have to open up Pocketcasts to the new web browser on your device, then click on “Watch NOW.”

After the video has been loaded, it will appear in your “Video Library” tab.

You will also have the ability (via a little green button) to “Watch and Save Videos,” but this feature is currently only available for iOS devices.

You won’t be able watch videos in Pocketcasts from your desktop, but the feature is still available.

Once you open up your browser, you should now be able access Pocketcasts right away, and the videos will automatically refresh to show the newest content.

What’s the best part of Pocketcasts ?

It’s all very easy.

The only reason it took me a few hours to set up Pocketcast was because I don’t use it very often. If Pocket