Keeps claiming network issues and there are none at my end. If clearing the cache works too clear this issue then clearly there is a long term software bug that should be resolvable. Tried to install normal iHeartRadio app but it says it is not supported on my phone. A very common Motorola G4. The app is sometimes easy to shut down from the task bar, others times it does not. Seems to be a lot of inconsistencies.
I've learned from the older one. I'm moving around and seeing all these things in the app. And the main thing that bothers me to No end that there isn't a search bar and I hated the screen only being able in landscape mode
The app worked great when I first installed it last year. Now I have issues when I go between Wi-Fi and 4G it will not recognize the connection and I have to Force Stop the app from my settings. It's frustrating and tedious. I am on the verge of deleting the app. It seems each new "Update" causes worse issues than the last.
Loved the app have been using it for years but now it seems like everytime i used it says there is no Internet connection. Im using a s7 its brrn going on for a couple months finally gave up today and downloaded pandora again
Honestly, the whole Google + thing is making me want to uninstall. I detest Google +. Furthermore, I do not spend much time in any motor vehicle. I want regular I HEART RADIO so I can listen wherever I choose, like the grocery store or simply sitting outdoors while reading! Show some respect for those of us who choose to enjoy music during a wide variety of activities.
It works well with the Ford Sync system in my car. However, it automatically starts and takes over my phone; whenever I go to use my phone the IHeartRadio for Auto is on the screen and it takes some steps to get it away so I can use other features on my phone. I pulled the phone out of my pocket the other day to use it and the IHeart/Auto app was running playing a radio station that I had at one time played a week or so before, I don't know how long it was playing before I noticed it. It was using up data on my data service plan. I like the app, however since it seems to have a mind of its own and wants to take over my phone, I uninstalled it. I still don't understand why most Android apps don't have a simple on/off feature.
Just a quick tune up, getting ready for spring. Thanks for downloading iHeartRadio for Auto!
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