My Pioneer head unit came factory loaded with Aha, which led me to my discovery of it. It's had some issues, but as of lately, I'm pleased. I keep up with local radio when away from home with this app. I recommend it to friends when they need to connect to home stations they enjoy 👍👍👍
Worked good for a while but the lastest update cause it to no longer connect to my car (Subaru). Says connected successfully then the app crashes. When the app worked, it was good. The main issue was that there is no ability to limit or turn off data usage.
What is the point of this app? Is it music, news, points of interest? Awkward interface and hard to navigate. Worst of all, it went rogue and took over my phone's GPS. I had to force stop. Needs work.
I am using the app with a 2016 Cayman and Z5 Sony. It constantly refused to connect to the car until I must reboot the phone. Overall the App and PCM upgrade is was a waste of money, Google maps are far more accurate for traffic information and free. Basically it's OK when it works.
Absolutely awful! I I really don't understand what the advantage of having this app is. The repertoire of music is extremely limited and is no match for Deezer. Nevermind the lame podcast collection. I can get weather updates and also find coffee nearby using Google Maps. So why would i use this? Just because it's preloaded? I'll just use Bluetooth and my phone.
Aha comes with my pioneer x940bt, and connects only sometimes. For an old app, this has alot of priblems, and always crashes when you want to play Anything
NPR One allows you to listen to stories, shows and podcasts from NPR and your local public radio station. Connect your NPR One account to Aha to get access to all your followed podcasts and allow NPR One recommendations drive what you listen to.
“Discovery” aka “Station Manager” of NPR One content is available for new Aha Radio 2.0 headunit integrations only. However, NPR One stations that are added in “Favorites” will play in existing headunit integrations.
Free Podcast Radio App - Education/News/Music/Comedy/Kids/NPR/Bill O'Reilly