KUAF 91.3 FM Public Radio App: Listen to all three of KUAF's National Public Radio stations including 91.3 FM, KUAF 2 Classical Music and KUAF 3 News and Information all on your iPhone or iPod Touch. Now you have portable access to public radio covering the Northwest Arkansas, Arkansas River Valley, and Ozark Mountains areas.
• Includes alarm feature set to play any KUAF broadcast when you want with a snooze option and repeat option.
• Includes a sleep timer
• Download & Listen to full Ozark at Large episodes: A KUAF produced program celebrating 25 years of news focusing on people, places and events of the Ozark Mountains and Arkansas River Valley.
• User-friendly interface with radio-like controls (play, stop, volume slider, and radio tuner) to access all three live streaming stations.
• Enhanced with Retina Display
• Supports AirPlay audio
• The info page includes KUAF contact information, support opportunities and a local community events calendar.
Modernized for newer devices and to take advantage of newer iOS features.
Ratings and Reviews
More to be desired
I love KUAF, and I listen to them actively. This is not a reflection of the station, but the app.
The app has an older design style, one that is hard to use, outdated, and performs poorly. There are lots of actions that are broken. For instance, when the menu pops up with the three stations, you can’t tap on the top play button. You can to go down to be bottom and tap that play button, wait a a few seconds, and then it plays.
Another complaint is audio quality. They say it’s HD, but the quality is not good. The audio has a scratchy, tinny sound to it. It takes nice headphones and makes them sound cheap. Not sure what kind of problem this is, but it’s annoying. With audio devices that support sound coming from two speakers (like headphone), the sound jumps around quickly from headphone to headphone, making you feel dizzy.
Some of the features are useful, and the app is a good idea. But it seems like it was designed by a 60 year old app developer who rushed the project. It needs more time, a more modern UI, and waaaay better audio quality. Not sure what the problem is, but for an audio app it is bad.
Please fix these things!!! Also, iPhone X support would be awesome. Thank you!
The app really has a hard time playing at all. Upon opening, the play button seems as though it works, as the app says KUAF is loading, but the station never begins playing. After several hard closes, the app may play for a bit, but then will stop randomly. From that point, it may be as easy to restart it as pressing the play button again in the app, but more often than not, a hard close and a reopening of the app may be in order. And again, that might not even work on the first couple of tries. It's really a shame. I love my local NPR station.
Not updated recently but mostly works
The app works although does still skip ,whether you're on LTE or a wireless network. The alarm function isn't functional and you can't stop and start it from the locked screen. Still, if you want a KUAF-focused app--and, who doesn't, really--then this will be adequate.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.