See and share all your podcast’s reviews from every country!
Apple Podcasts / iTunes, Stitcher, and more!
Get your reviews from 155 countries!
It would take you hours to find your new podcast reviews from Apple Podcasts in every country. My Podcast Reviews does this automatically and emails your latest reviews.
Your latest podcast reviews daily or weekly
Let your podcast reviews come to you automatically. Every week, or even every day, you can read your latest reviews, see the rating, know who wrote it and where they’re from, and share your favorite reviews.
You can even choose which day you want to receive your reviews, so you’ll always see the latest before you record your podcast.
Quickly add all your shows
With any paid plan, you can monitor more than one podcast. Keep up with your entire network or research your industry or competition!
Trusted by top podcasters!
personal use only
personal use only
Need to monitor more than 15 podcasts? Contact us for our unlimited or white-label enterprise plans.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you sign up for an annual plan and change your mind within 30 days, you may request a prorated refund for the remaining 11 months of your subscription.
Because My Podcast Reviews delivers immediate value once you have added a podcast, we cannot offer a refund on your first month.
We classify any show as a business-oriented podcast if any of the following is true.
- It is in a business category
- Its content is about business
- It is run or owned by a business
- It promotes or is a lead-generator for a business
- It is sponsored by a business
If your podcast is thus classified as a business-oriented podcast, then you may only use My Podcast Reviews with a paid plan.
We exclude the following types shows from the upgrade requirement.
- A nonprofit organization that helps businesses
- A podcast that receives donations from its audience
- A podcast that uses affiliate links within relevant context (and not treated as a sponsor)
In iTunes, ratings and reviews are not the same thing. You can leave a star-rating without writing a review, but every written review must include a star-rating.
If you look at the reviews tab for your podcast in the iTunes store, you’ll see the two separate numbers: a number of ratings (left and center) and a separate number of “customer reviews” (right). It’s common to see more ratings than reviews. That means some of the people who left a star-rating did not include a written review with it.
My Podcast Reviews shows your review data. Thus, My Podcast Reviews is reporting the number of reviews correctly.
My Podcast Reviews collects your podcast reviews on a frequency set by your account type:
- Personal: updated monthly from when you add your podcast
- Solo: updated weekly on the day you choose in your podcast settings
- Pro, Network, and Unlimited: updated either daily or weekly on the day you choose in your podcast settings
Thus, if you manually check iTunes and see new reviews, then they are newer than the last time your podcast was refreshed by My Podcast Reviews.
If you wish to receive your new reviews more quickly, then please consider upgrading to a higher account level.
If you have multiple podcasts, then we know you’ll love the benefits of a paid account. In addition to all the extras, you can also monitor more podcasts!
We limit free “Personal” account to only one per person/network/affiliation. It’s okay to have multiple paid accounts, but you’ll get a better value if you upgrade to a larger, single account.
Please contact us if you’d like your accounts merged together.