Love it but it freezes up a lot or gives messages about how the app has stopped working and do I want to wait or report. Annoying! Love the so and variety of music and local stations. But, please work in the kinks.
iHeartRadio Media decided that it would be best to pull the podcasts from their shows on every station from all other podcast services and consolidate them into this one app. First, you can't download them. Well, if you want the ease of making sure that you can freely listen to them without having an internet connection, you have to pay for it. Second, if you do try to listen to a podcast, two things can happen: 1) It actually plays the damn thing or 2) after 30 seconds to a minute, you get the ever lovely circling play button and it eventually stops with no sound whatsoever. But, it doesn't have a problem playing the 15-to-30 second ad! If you want the selected podcast to play again, you have to exit the app, clear the cache and then try it again. To summarize, iHeartRadio and this app sucks!
I can take my favorite radio station any where (FM 97 WLAN Lancaster Pa) in the US. You are Awesome thank so much be being in existence. Thumbs up.
since the last update it plays the same song over and over until I waste a skip so it can prompt me to pay for service.
It used to be better and now they took away the listening history? Not cool.
I like it. Seems to be a bit more consistent with likes and dislikes and not as random as Pandora.
- Looking for an easy way to force close the app? We’ve got you covered with the new “X” on the lock screen player
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Fixed: Crashes and bugs
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