How to Listen to Dark Poutine

As many of our listeners are new to podcasts, We’ve created this little easy to follow guide to help get you to the point where you can fill your ears with Dark Poutine (and other podcasts). There are multiple ways to hear the latest episode or binge listen to our back catalog. If you have a computer, a tablet or a smart phone, you’re on your way. Just choose the one that’s simplest for you and your needs.

If you want to listen on your Mac or PC

Using a web browser (Apple’s Safari, Microsoft Edge, MS Explorer, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox):

  • Go to DarkPoutine.com and choose an episode to listen to. Simply click the play button on the player for each episode which will appear in different blog posts.
  • Use an online “podcatcher” like Apple Podcasts, TuneIn, Stitcher, GooglePlay, Spotify, where you can find other podcasts too. The links for Dark Poutine are
    Apple Podcasts Apple podcasts is the number one podcast distribution network.- Stitcher
    – TuneIn
    – Google Podcasts
    – Spotify
  • If you prefer using a desktop application you can hear us on iTunes applications or Spotify
  • You can listen to our show on Facebook and YouTube. Links are as follows (New episodes will not show up right away. We are currently lagging a bit behind):
    https://www.facebook.com/pg/darkpoutine/videos/
    – https://www.youtube.com/darkpoutine
  • If you’re insistent on downloading the show to your PC or MAC. Here’s one way to do it:

If you want to listen using your smart phone or tablet (iPhone or Android) there are many apps

We’ll list the most popular and highest rated apps for both types of device. Once installed, all you need to do is search for Dark Poutine in the app and hit subscribe when you find us. Here are just a few apps people use:

Most cars newer than 2010 will offer a way to connect you smart phone to the vehicle, usually via bluetooth or USB connection. Follow the car manufacturer’s setup instructions and you can take podcasts on the go with you.

Podcasts are great for commutes using trains or buses too. Just put in your headphones and go.

NOTE: To ensure you have the best experience and save your mobile data for more important things, we recommend you download shows using your home wifi before leaving for the day.