This article will go over which mobile apps can be used to listen to the audio posts your creator publishes on Patreon by using the RSS link for both iOS and Android. It will go over what an RSS feed is and how it may be a part of your membership. Along with that, we will cover the apps that do not work and some best practices on how to go about using the link in the most effective way.
What is an RSS feed?
Below are the iOS and Android apps that work with Patreon. Please note, those with an asterisk
IOS Apps that work:
Android Apps that work:
- Google Podcasts
Apps that will not work with your RSS link
Android apps that we’ve tested and do not work:
- Podcast App
- Spotify (While Spotify does not support private podcast feeds, you can still listen to Patreon audios on Spotify. Read more below or go directly to the Help Centre article: Listen to your Patreon-exclusive audios on Spotify)
Apps that do not support authentication:
- TuneIn Radio
- Amazon Music
Listen to your podcasts on Spotify
If you have a membership with a creator who uses our Patreon Spotify integration, you can listen directly to Spotify without needing an RSS link.
Visit the Membership tab on the creator’s Patreon page to see if they have synced their Spotify and Patreon accounts. You’ll notice a button that says Listen on Spotify if the creator with whom you have a subscription offers that option for your membership.
Learn more about how to
For this reason, sites and services that share RSS feeds with other users are generally restricted from hosting our feeds. Many are blocked outright. If the feed is found on another site, you may have your account blocked