As you may know, Podbird Podcast is a free, open-source software for Ubuntu Touch, developed by Michael Sheldon, a third party dev. The app permits the users to easily search for podcasts and download them for offline usage or streaming them to other devices.
The latest version available is Podbird Podcast 0.7, which has been recently added to the Ubuntu Touch App Store. Among others, it brings a new splash screen and icons, introduces support for splitting episode lists into Downloaded, Listened and Unheard, improves the startup times, permits the users to customize how far the seek backward and seek forward buttons move, improves the show and hide behavior of the bottom bar and addresses some user interface overlap issues, among others.
Also, the software has been updated to the new Ubuntu SDK 1.2.
As a reminder, Ubuntu Touch is pre-installed on Bq Aquaris E4.5, Bq Aquaris E5 and Meizu MX4, but it is also supported on the Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 devices.