Just switched over from iOS, worked fine on either platform but I can't get it to play for more then 3 minutes without crashing on Android
2 critiques 1. I resent the volume control. I walk next to a high traffic street and I can hear the radios from passing cars better than I can the show I am listening to on this Ap. I am the human and I should have control over my health (volume), not this Ap. I don't mind the warning, but I am already in an environment that is bad for my hearing, let "me" choose how I damage it. 2. A mono vs stereo would be appreciated. It would allow only 1 ear bud while listening for cyclists. Thank you.
Makes me feel like home! I grew up in San Francisco listening to the California report every day of my teenage life. I lived in Oregon for a few years where we just didn't have a decent public radio program. Living in Denver, I listen to cpr every day and it enlightens me, and brings me back to my roots. Thank you cpr!
Constantly dropping the stream! I like this app for what it does, but it constantly drops the stream of live programming. It's done this too me on multiple devices too. Same problem with the official NPR app. And it's been doing it for a long time. I think we need another pledge drive to get some development on this platform!
Drops out constantly Not sure what happened, but in the past 2 months I've started having problems with it dropping out and restarting sporadically but frequently...making it very frustrating to listen to. This is the exact reason I switched from the NPR app to this one...which is now failing me.
I like CPR, but the app is terrible. It buffers for several minutes even I a good connection. Then when I've given up and played something else, it comes on over the top of what I switched to. Also, it doesn't pause when disconnected from Bluetooth and drains my battery. Lastly, there is something preventing full volume, but the box that comes up to override, disappears right away.
Critical bug fix