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Two major anoyances: * Listened to stations are added to history, which builds forever, using the app. I want the ability to delete individual stations. I can delete the entire history of stations when they were added directly on the physical radio, but not stations addeded when using the app. The application has no tips or tricks about how to use it. (Not uncommon - but anoying) * The scroll is extremely sensitive to the point of being wild. App needs to be rewritten to correct these issues.
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Vast improvement over the original Grace digital app. The only thing I would change though is the way when opening the app you have to go from homepage to a menu and then choose presets from the list. Most of the time the reason you would be using the app is to get to the presets. Especially since you can save up to 100. I would have the app open to the preset list. Minor problem I admit. But it would make for a smoother app.
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Does what it says: it controls the Mondo+ from Android. The UI is a bit dated, but then it's basically just showing menus of the same options as on the player itself, so I don't really expect much. That said, the UI of the whole system is a bit cumbersome; there are too many layers of menus, and you can't save stations from the player nor the Android app (you have to use the web site, and search all over again for what you just found on the player or in the app). Adjusting the volume is a hassle since you have to use a volume slider, and it's only present on a couple screens (top-level player selection, and the now-playing screen). It's hard to make fine adjustments using a slider UI. Grace: please just give us up/down volume controls using the Android volume buttons, and show feedback of the volume setting. Another annoyance is that even though I only have one Mondo+, I have to select the player every time I run the app (or after it occasionally disconnects). It should start at the home menu or now-playing screen of the last-used player. The links to the Chromecast apps are worthless, and only add to the clutter. I'll just start Pandora, etc. from the launcher, thank you.
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