3rd Party Apps: iRadio Sees An Update
If you have been keeping up with your sources lately, you may have noticed Conceited Software released an app called iRadio. This was an interesting idea: being able to stream web radio onto the iPhone. It worked well with Wi-Fi, but if needed could be used on EDGE. The only problem was that it was a little buggy and was lacking in features. This was mainly due to the fact that it was just the first and experimental version.
I am proud to announce that iRadio has seen a major update! This update takes the app out of experimental and makes it usable and enjoyable. You may now select from over hundreds of genres and thousands of stations to tune into. Most of these genres I have never heard of, some of them I would have never imagined existed. Zouk, Wusf, Kompa, and Karisik are some of the many genres that you may choose from. The music quality is great for most of the stations. I am amazed at the potential in this app, as well as the functionality it has already gained.
For those of you who use it, what do you think of iRadio? What improvements would you like to see?
I was (past) very exited about this app but I fell victim to the 1.1.2 and alas I am again stranded in Apples bidding . How I miss running free in the open garden with unimaginable wonders springing forth at my bare feet ! But woe to me and all my fellow insnared we forever to feed through tubes . Our hands , our feet , our souls , are of no use . We’re just….... waiting . But nice to know your having fun out there .
I liked the new update but I get a lot of the chipmunk voice thing on a lot of radios, should it matter that I have a 4gig iPhone?
well the main problem I have is that sometimes it crashes the iPhone and it reboots on its own
might be a good idea to add a search and maybe be able to add your own radios
Appart from that its great looks great the iPhones speaker is a bit disappointing but still sounds great
congrats to the dev team of this project
iradio still having problems and crashes. unable to uninstall.