TuneIn Radio Pro
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Listen to your favorite radio stations for free with TuneIn Radio. With over 100,000 radio stations, TuneIn has the largest selection of sports, news, music and talk radio from around the world.
TuneIn Radio Pro is free of display ads and lets you record what you are listening to and listen later offline.
-Stream real radio stations from around the world live.
-Listen to your favorite talk shows and podcasts live and on demand.
-Enjoy live coverage of sporting events, concerts and more.
-Enjoy TuneIn anywhere you go with Apple Watch.
-Try out TuneIn for CarPlay when you’re on the go.
-Enjoy TuneIn Radio at home with your Google Chromecast.
Get even more with TuneIn Premium.
-Get live play-by-play from every MLB and BPL game, all season long.
-Let your imagination run wild with access to a library of over 40,000 audiobooks.
-Enjoy exclusive access to over 600 commercial-free music stations.
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What's New in Version 8.3.1
Bug fixes & improvements
Good Radio App
I've been using Tune In Pro for several years to get foreign language stations and a couple of regular radio broadcasts. When they offered a trial of their new subscription service, I gave it a shot. I liked the idea of trying audiobooks. I've always been a voracious reader but I had never tried audiobooks. This is a real mixed bag as far as quality goes. Some of the books have flawless playback and excellent narrators. Some of the recordings are so poorly edited that there are gaps you could drive a truck through before the voice begins again, often with missing text. This is one rather unpleasant aspect of an otherwise enjoyable feature of the subscription service. One minor annoyance with respect to the audiobooks is that the app doesn't remember where I left off. Maybe there is some way to bookmark the spot but I haven't found it. When I checked out how much it costs to buy an audiobook, I discovered how pricey they can be. The price of the subscription is well worth the value they offer. I can put up with skips in the texts and some narrators that have less than stellar ability!
They have bug in the system and their problem reporting system will not even submit your problem...
I have reported a problem to their help line few weeks time ago - it was taken not as bug report (which it was) but as “suggestion”… Hm.
I tried again yesterday to submit extensive report on how this application on iOS9 can get in infinite - or very, very long - cycle of bogus “stream error” messages, included how to reproduce it, what the possible causes could be. Simply, I spent may be 30 minutes writing them how to find this bug and may be even what the cause is based on my experience. Submitted e-mail and went on my marry way. Just to find out later, that in their system “submit” does not mean submit but “well… read this long nonsense which is not related to our bug” and then you can try to “submit" again. Well, my 30 minutes with likely suggestions to programmer how to find the bug and when it happens is probably gone. Your loss… Too much of my time in fixing your bugs.
Tune In used to be great product. I paid for it and I was happy. It used to work. It has bug and when I report it, they throw as many road block in my way as they can to reporting it. Make your own judgement if you want to pay for it yourself.
Generally good, but...
I've been using this software for a few years (the paid version). Generally very useful but with maddening aspects.
While streaming a radio show with commercials, the ONLY thing I'm interested in is the ability to tap or drag on the "playing buffer" and other 'playback controls.
The various iPad interfaces relegate the "playing buffer" to a small line on the bottom of the screen, which is difficult to tap or drag on. The dominant layout shows all the other stuff I'm NOT currently listening to. (This is the opposite of good design. As a user I have expressed intent (to listen to a particular thing) and your interface decisions implicitly suggest that I, your paying customer, am wrong...)
A dedicated "current playing" screen (which I think you used to have), where the play buffer is the dominant interface element, at least 80% of the current width, far enough away from the bottom to not interfere with detecting taps for the system control panel that swipes up is the easiest way to deal with this.
When I have chosen to listen to something specific, I don't care to see what I might otherwise be listening to.
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- Category: Music
- Updated: Sep 22, 2015
- Version: 8.3.1
- Size: 51.0 MB
- Apple Watch: Yes
- Languages: English, Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Seller: TuneIn
- © 2014 TuneIn
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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