Rate and review The Catholic Culture Podcast on iTunes
Reviews and ratings of podcasts in Apple's iTunes store are among the most important ways to help a podcast attract an audience. Please follow these instructions to rate or review The Catholic Culture Podcast.
On your computer:
- You must have iTunes installed. If you already have it, proceed to step 2. Otherwise, click this link to download and install iTunes now. Once installed, proceed to step 2.
- Go to our Applie Podcasts page (the URL is https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-catholic-culture-podcast/id1377089807).
- Click on the button to View in iTunes (under the blue Catholic Culture Podcast image).
- If you get a message specifically stating that iTunes cannot be found, click the button that confirms that you have iTunes installed. If nothing happens or your system offers you a chance to find an app that will do what clicking the View in iTunes button is supposed to do, then you do not have iTunes installed (so go back to step 1).
- Once The Catholic Culture Podcast page opens in iTunes, you can rate and/or review our podcast as follows:
- Rate: Under Customer Ratings and next to the words Click to Rate, click on the number of stars you wish to assign to the podcast;
- Review: Under Customer Reviews, click on Write a Review to review our podcast. Submit when finished.
On your iPhone or iPad:
- Download Apple’s Podcasts app if you do not already have it.
- Run the Podcasts app and select the Search tab. Enter ‘Catholic Culture Podcast’ and tap the Search button.
- Select The Catholic Culture Podcast by touching the album art.
- Select the Reviews tab and choose Write a Review.
- You may have to use your iTunes password to log in.
- Tap the Stars to rate the podcast.
- Enter the title and text for a review and Submit it.
On your Android phone or tablet:
- You cannot rate or review Apple podcasts on an Android device, because neither the iTunes nor the Podcasts app is available for Android.
- To rate or review The Catholic Culture Podcast, please use your computer as outlined in the first section above.