"Hear different"? Puleez. And WTF is "native listening first experience" supposed to mean? Please CBC, get the marketing geniuses off the project and bring in developers who grasp UX. The new UI fills the home screen with some personality's picture while making channel selection a game of hide & seek, especially since there is no favourites list. Some streams are not available at all; a link to the desktop site is provided, but that requires Flash, so what's the point? Backing out of the app kills the notification shade, leaving no way to stop the music short of force-closing. The image of a play button in the logo is a usability mistake. No screen rotation. No Chromecast. And the app is still unstable!
The most recent update to the app is great and it seems to work better than ever, the only thing I'm disappointed in is that it doesn't seem to have the option to pick your time zone. I am in Ontario and it defaults to Eastern, which is fine sometimes, but if lets say I work late and I miss most of Drive, I often will listen to the Pacific stream to catch what I missed. I REALLY miss that feature.
Wtf did you do to my favorite app?!?!? USED TO BE AWESOME app now I wake up and it is completely reconfigured. Can't find my timezone for programs. Total mess of a site now. Used to be simple and awesome now it's a mess. Booooo-URNS
Almost Finished I'd give your app 5 stars if it could be used on an Android tablet horizontal as all my cases are designed to be used in said position. Nice though.
Only works in Canada now? Way to disappoint long time listeners!
Still no Chromecast support.... C'mon CBC! It used to be pretty straightforward to find channels, and they are still there if you look, but the screen size pic of a CBC star is nice.....
Completely redesigned native listening first experience
Listen to 50+ semi-interactive streams
Pause and skip songs in music streams
Listen to Radio 2 live from any timezone in Canada
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