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Commercial-free Classical KDFC. And Then Some. San Francisco Bay Area.
Out of the concert hall… from the Silver screen… off the beaten path… for the next generation of music lovers.
That’s "KDFC, Classical. And then some." And, that’s what makes KDFC different from other radio stations – our casual, comfortable approach to classical, with the unique variety of your favorites mixed with regular surprises that make your workday interesting.
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What's New in Version 3.8.1
KDFC in Paris
It is a delight to take KDFC, which we listen to every day in San Francisco, to Paris in June. Last year, we used the Listen Live feature on a Windows/Chrome platform with extension speakers. This year, plugging those into an iPhone/Safari, the interface was not as simple or pleasing, so I downloaded this app. Just lovely: we get our clear and reliable sound 25 hours (perhaps the person who complained about signal drops had poor Internet connectivity and blamed the wrong link in the chain) plus one sees what piece is playing in the dimmed iPhone screen as it plays, something I hadn't realized how much I'd enjoy. This app is a very clean and thoughtful added service from our home public radio allowing us to bring our KDFC friends into our Paris pied à terre of the year.
Awesome Application For Classical Music
If you love classical music, then this is the application for you. The radio plays 24/7. It has a broadcasts the San Francisco Symphony. Important fact: now you can wake up to the radio. They have improved the application's alarm clock and made it much more simpler. Now you can choose which days you want to repeat the alarm clock.
It's ok for what it is...
...but I think it could be improved by having links to all of the "on demand" concerts that are accessible via the KDFC website here. Also I like to record some of the KDFC programs for later listening, and the KDFC app has no recording feature. Because of that, I use the Tune-In Radio app to listen to KDFC and so I don't see much purpose in having this app take up space on my iPhone. It doesn't do anything that other apps don't do better.