Starting in last fall Stitcher started their transition to a much improved interface. They have rewritten their apps, their account systems and everything. Trust me, compared to what it was internally, the company is now more organized than ever and ready for the future.
The downside, though, is that now on the new system it requires a whole new service for RSS feeds. Our classic system will not work with it. Their new systems are from the ground up rewrite... everything is different.
There is good news though, I swear! /u/shahruz has been working very hard to build up a new and improved version of his unofficialrss system that supports the new interface. We have been back and forth with Stitcher developers working out all the requirements and bugs. They have INCREDIBLY HELPFUL and a pleasure to work with.
We hope in the coming weeks, maybe early March 2021, the new system will be out and ready for you to move on over to. Stay tuned to this website and /r/earwolf on reddit for updates!
-Dan 'SgtMuffin' Christensen, Developer
Unofficial Feeds is a community ran service that allows those who subscribe to Stitcher Premium to get custom RSS feeds for them to listen to their favorite shows in any podcast app that supports custom feeds (Pocket Casts, Overcast, Castbox, Podcast Addict, Downcast, iTunes, etc!). This service is not affiliated with Stitcher, Midroll, Earwolf, or Sirius.
Your username/password to Stitcher is needed to verify you're a subscriber to Stitcher Premium. Your credentials are never stored on our system after your login, and the source to the service is available for those technically inclined.I am experiencing problems with the RSS feeds, who do I talk do?
The service should be stable in offering you the RSS feeds, however if you do run into a problem please reach out to SgtMuffin on Twitter or you can message him on Reddit. Do not try to get assistance with unofficial feeds from Stitcher, Midroll, or Earwolf. This is community ran, and we will help you the best we can.Why isn't Stitcher offering their own RSS feeds?
While I am not affiliated or have any more insight to them than you do, you need to remember who Stitcher is first. Stitcher is a platform. The reason (most likely) they purchased Earwolf/Howl is for the content to get more people to use their platform. It makes sense that they want to you to use their app to listen to shows. We are very fortunate that they have allowed the unofficial feeds to continue to work, and at no point have they harrassed us. We do strongly believe Stitcher is trying to improve their apps, so if you have a second to check it out please give them a shot. If their updates do not work for you, you are always welcome back here.