Lifesaver Yourmuze is one of those services I couldn't live without. It allows me to stream radio without fear of exceeding my monthly data cap, whilst retaining a bearable sound quality. I live in fear of it going to the wall because there is nothing else out there like it. The app is basic - real basic - but by and large functional. Streams are consistent and reliable, which is the most important factor. Moving from wifi to mobile data seems to work with a minor stutter, however it craps itself going from mobile back to wifi. Would like some bells and whistles like ability to manage folders and order of favourite stations and an in-car friendly view option - but this is no deal breaker.
Help needed. I love this app. But after my phone broke down i had to get a new one and now i cant get into my account, cause i dont remember the password anymore and also cant set it back. I m working far away from europe and need this app soon. please help me
Good but.... With samsung SM-361F and adbdroid 5.1.1 there is no exit button so I have to force stop every time I want to exit. Also how about a "forgot your password?" feature?
as of today none of my Favorited streams are working one star because I can not give none. This is just an App problem playing in VLC works
Great idea, when it works Really helps with limited data plans, bandwidth used is half that of listening to the direct streams, but it's just so unreliable - ages to connect when it does work, errors opening streams when it doesn't.
Simply works Doesn't have the bells and whistles of TuneIn but that's it's big draw for me - it's a slender app, unlike the obcenely bloated, internal-storage-only, hence overwhelming TuneIn, and simply lets you select a station and then *listen* to it - no more, no less. Stream bitrate selection, applicable to all stations, is a very handy touch if you're on a capped data plan.
- several bug fixes related to reconnecting & changing stations