Good but... ...no "The Beginning of the End" episodes in that section of the podcast menu. What gives?
You did it. Works great so far.
Used to love this app I used to love this app, but I can't even use it anymore! It crashes constantly. I can't even open it. I live in Windsor, Ontario (originally from Michigan) and I don't have a radio other than in my car. I would use the app to listen to WDET while I did house and yard work. Working in the garden is going to be pretty quiet this season. Disappointed
jacobbrj I love WDET. However, this app needs some work in terms of its (in my opinion) most important function, streaming radio (please fix) 1) I have an HTC desire 510 (a bad, cheapo "high powered" phone). This app's streaming glitches when moving between 4G LTE and a saved Wifi network, or visa versa. 2) There is often one wireless network that is broadcast on many routers in different places. Moving between the same network but different routers (by just walking in a large university building) results in a strange glitch, where the app starts to buffer forever. When you stop and restart the streaming, sometimes you get two unsynchronized streaming. You press stop then, and the app still plays, but shows "press play to stream" (paraphrased). 3) When turning off the wifi to manually switch to 4G, the transition isn't seamless. The app should know that you are switching, and buffer accordingly. 4)When I use a different app while streaming, WDET stops. Including e-mail and google hangouts. I don't like this.
I Used to Love It (But It's All Over Now) What happened to the app? It used to be GREAT, but it continually crashes when I try to open it. I really wanted to use it to make a sustaining pledge, but it so 't open.
WDONT (TIP: Search for "WDET" and install the other app that comes up- works great!) I installed this, started it for the first time, and it crashed before even loading. Tried to open it eight more times, and it crashed without opening every single time. Uninstalled, with a single tear rolling down my cheek. Their "Tech Upgrade" seems to have gone about as well as Michigan road repairs.