PodQueue vs. Huffduffer
The major difference between PodQueue and Huffduffer is that PodQueue will automatically extract links to audio from any web link and create a personalized podcast feed for you. While Huffduffer will let you add web links, you often must manually locate the associated link to the audio, if any is available. This means that many sites are difficult to use with Huffduffer. With PodQueue, you can save links in seconds.
PodQueue also offers additional cross-platform, cross-browser ways to easily save links.
Huffduffer also lacks private/unlisted RSS feeds (everything you save in Huffduffer is public), like & archive features, and personalized search. Additionally, YouTube videos saved to Huffduffer will only work for 30 days, while YouTube videos saved to PodQueue will work as long as the original video is available.
You can watch a quick 90-second video here comparing saving links in PodQueue (about one second) vs. saving links in Huffduffer (about one minute):
|Automatically extract links to audio||✔||✗|
|Private/Unlisted RSS Feeds||✔||✗|
|Personal RSS Feed||✓||✓|
|Manually add links to audio||✓||✓|
|No 30-day Limit for YouTube Videos||✔||✗|