When it comes to podcatchers on Android, there aren't a whole lot of good, free options. The current top dogs - BeyondPod, Doggcatcher, and the like - can cost upwards of five dollars, which is a bit of stretch for anyone who only casually listens to one or two key podcasts (like the AP podcast for example). That's really what makes AntennaPod so special - it has a very nice, Holo-theme layout, offers many of the features that users really want in a podcatcher, is completely ad-free, and is open source. That's a pretty impressive list right out of the gate.
* Downloading and Streaming of episodes
* Support for Atom and RSS feeds
* OPML import and export
* Flattr integration
* Player homescreen widget
* Automatic feed updates
* Sleep timer
* MiroGuide integration
* Supports MP3 chapters, VorbisComment chapters and Simple Chapters
AntennaPod is completely free in the Play Store, so if you've been looking for a good podcatcher, check it out, and don't forget to subscribe to the weekly Android Police podcast!