If you're new to the world of podcasts, we can help. Think of podcasts as internet radio shows. You can stream and download our show on a number of podcast players or apps. We host our show on Anchor.fm, so you could even listen to it on there. But for optimal playback, we recommend using one of the following free apps:

Apple Podcasts

iPhones come with this free preinstalled app. To find the podcast you want, just open the app and search for the show's name. You can subscribe to the show and rate and review it. The latest episodes will be on the top of the show's feed. You can stream or download the show's episodes for offline listening. While listening to an episode, you can skip ahead, rewind, stop, or speed up/slow down the audio. Find us here.

Google Podcasts or Google Play Music

For Android devices, consider using Google's music streaming app, Google Play Music, or get the free Google Podcasts app. These apps let you subscribe to podcasts, download episodes, and skip and rewind while streaming. Find us here.

 

Spotify

Spotify is primarily for music, but Thinking LSAT is on there. If you use Spotify already, follow us! You can go seamlessly between podcast episodes and songs, so you never have to switch apps to listen to something else. We never put ads on our podcasts. But if you don't have a Spotify premium subscription, you'll get ads while listening to our show. Find us here.

 

You can also stream Thinking LSAT on Breaker, Castbox, Acast, Overcast, RadioPublic, and Stitcher.

We also post the podcast audio and show notes on our blog and video recordings on our YouTube channel.