@mracoon: I've got to second Tone Control, it has been very good. Even a lot of Patricks interview dump trucks have more of a developer lean to them.
Idle thumbs get really deep into some of the more minor aspects of what makes games interesting. Although unless you really like those guys and their discussions it might sometimes sound a bit pretentious.
Idle Thumbs can swing wildly between absurd hilarity, interesting deep analysis of game design, and occasionally tedios navel gazing. It seems to depend greatly on what they're playing. They have been on good form lately, though.
It's $40 in the UK. Indefensible price and the gaming Stockholm Syndrome on show with people defending it ("if you play it through 4 times it is 5 hours long, amazing value") is quite bizarre and depressing.
If this is a success, EA, Ubisoft, Activision will all decide to do the same thing.
It's a very bad game. Boring story, boring setting, extremely tedious gameplay full of MMO-esque fetch quests. Don't look at the price, just think of all the better things you could be doing with your life than playing that game. You certainly will while you're playing it.
You don't have a debit card? I don't know about Switzerland, but it would be pretty much impossible to live a normal life in the UK without a bank account with a debit card. Nobody needs a credit card, of course.
For podcasts I recommend an app called Pocket Casts. Excellent UI, has all the featires you could possibly need including cloud syncing (and no bloat). No need to mess around with syncing to your PC etc. It is on Android and iOS and you can sync your 'cast subs across platforms.
For music - you could just copy your stuff on to your android device and then use PowerAmp (one of the best music players on there) to play it. But that's messy. I quite like Amazon's MP3 cloud locker service as an itunes replacement Google's is also good. Amazon's MP3 app allows you to download to the device and play the files with PowerAmp, Google's doesn't. I also found Amazon's PC software for uploading/matching your library to their cloud to be far superiour to Google's, which seems insane.
I have unlimited data though*, so I just got out of the habit of managing an 'offline' library, instead I just upload my stuff and stream it or download it if I will be without data for a while. It's a lot less elegant to upload to Google/Amazon on your wifi and then download again.
*Complete aside: I live in the UK, we seem to have much more competition in the mobile network market so plans are significantly cheaper here than they are in the US, including very affordable unlimited data. I have an HTC One which cost me about $40 up front, and I get (genuinely) unlimited data (including free LTE when it reaches my city) and loads of texts and minutes for $50 a month on Three. I just ran through their site and a similar deal in the US (with Sprint) costs in total around $250 up front and $110 a month, and as far as I can tell makes heavy use of throttling. So erm, basically you should all move over here.