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I just downloaded Tunein radio. You have to be careful and read everything before you tap GET. I noticed that I was taken fo a screen that gave you a choice between 7 days or 30 days for free trial for Tunein Premium but does not disclose amount which is not good business honesty to display in my opinion. I was confused and just clicked on the X to the left and got out. However I went back and read all of Tunein radio description and it DOES tell you the difference between the plain Tunein vs the premium But you need to read carefully. When I don’t understand where I am I look for that X. Anyway I checked to see if I was charged and I wasn’t so I did the right thing. Tunein Radio is free. The radio station I was looking for endorsed Tuneinradio to find their station. I will give it sometime and then probably will change it to a 4 Star because I just got it today. So far I am pleased because I have the radio station I wanted.😊
The app does well for streaming live radio stations. Where it falls flat is podcasts. It doesn’t remember where I left off in a particular one. Instead, it starts me off at the very beginning 19 times out of 20. I have to take screen shots of the time (if I can remember) when I exit, and then I usually have to wait a minute for it to slowly buffer up to, say, minute 47 of an hour long podcast when I come back o finish ... SUPER annoying. They throttle the download rates to conserve bandwidth on their end for sure. Contrast this with iHeart radio, which remembers where I left off in ANY given podcast and starts me off there. Where this gets REALLY bad is if I exit the app for a minute. Unless I exit and come back within about 10 seconds, it will forget where I left off and I have to go through the whole thing again (except I didn’t screen shot it, so I don’t know the time). It’s garbage on this point, good for live radio, and I don’t use the rest of the functionality. Unfortunately, radio stations go for tunein or iHeart, so there isn’t a choice ... but I would use iHeart for podcasts EVERY TIME over tunein if I could.
I assume Tunein is made to do this on purpose but it’s far too sensitive....have used tunein for a few years but don’t remember being this bad- when I am listening to a news show live, like CNN, it will replay the same part not twice, but 3-5 times, I assume this is when the app detects a slower connection. I have tried numerous times to mess with settings and can’t get it to stop - it makes listening to anything live virtually impossible unless you want to be driven crazy. This happens over my Sonos which plays everything else perfectly in my home over WiFi (via fiber optic) so not sure why tunein is different. It is also happening more on my phone app. I love tunein for convenience but this repeating is so bad that it makes it not worth fooling with. Shouldn’t be this hard for a normal consumer - I shouldn’t have to adjust a bunch of settings when in a relatively normal and speedy WiFi environment (nor when when I’m on a cellular connection). Trying to listen to impeachment live! I have to install something else today.
I wrote a really bad review before (read it below), and to be fair, I’m back to update. They seem to improve this App. - The random Ads are gone, so no more paid ads during radio programs. - 30 seconds reward/forward function is back The loosing of the track once you receive a phone call, or a video/audio starts playing on another app, still an issue. So if you’d like to reward 30 seconds of missed radio stream, you’re with no luck! Well, hopefully they’ll hire back whoever developer was able to add that feature back in the days! DO NO PAY FOR THIS!!!! Use the free version and save some frustration at least. I’ve been using TuneIn for at least 4 years.... and every “upgrade” this app is getting worse! I listen to a Brazilian radio station, and when they are talking the app thinks its a commercial so a Lowe’s, Home Depot and another ad from TuneIn kicks in and I miss the interview or whatever is happening! And it’s always 2 or 3 ads only.... I don’t remember because all I do it’s curse on the 5th generation of the developers :/ The latest version they got rid of the 30seconds rewind/forward! C’mon developers..... really?!?!?! And the feature I miss the most is that if another audio/video comes up, like a phone call/FaceTime you lose the streaming, having to go back to the app and press play. Back in the days, this wasn’t necessary. Over all, it works, but on the pace this is going, in a near future, you’ll only be able to listen to their paid Ads :/
If you like commercials or have money to pay to remove ads from every app you use, this app is almost useable (if I felt like paying for it, it would still only get two stars from me). You get all the commercials from whatever show you’re listening to, plus as many ads from the app; which amounts to about 35/65% programming vs. ads. Extremely unstable, especially if you’ve paused it - might as well just close the app and reopen it if you did, because it will basically not work until you do - rendering the pause feature useless. The app struggles to stay connected and fails to reconnect frequently when it loses its connection. The ads are intentionally significantly louder than the programming - obviously on purpose - making it something that wakes you up if you doze off or like falling asleep listening. The constant adjusting of the volume alone makes me tend to turn the app off. Overall: commercial overload with intentional annoyances to make you pay. It’s not a functional enough app to pay for as is, coupled with the intentionality of the annoyances earns this app 1 star from me.
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TuneIn - NFL, NBA & News Radio has 459 511 user reviews.
TuneIn - NFL, NBA & News Radio has an average rating of 4.7.
The latest version of TuneIn - NFL, NBA & News Radio (17.4) was released on Jan 14, 2020.
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LIVE SPORTS. MUSIC. NEWS. PODCASTS.
TuneIn brings together live sports, music, news, podcasts and AM & FM radio from around the world in one free app.
Featuring the world’s largest library of live, on-demand and original audio at your fingertips, hear what matters most to you, discover new moments that move you.
With live sports, exclusive music channels, fast-breaking news, more than 5.7 million podcasts and over 100,000 AM and FM radio stations globally, you’re never without something amazing to listen to.
TuneIn Premium subscribers can listen to the NFL, MLB, NBA and NHL, commercial-free news from MSNBC,
CNBC and Fox News Talk, and a vast array of nonstop commercial-free music stations.
The Top 5 Reasons To Download the TuneIn App:
1. Never Miss a Live Sports Game
At work, at home, at the gym, on the road. Hear live and on-demand coverage of every NFL, MLB, NBA and NHL game – plus College Football, Baseball, Basketball, talkSPORT & ESPN – literally everywhere you go. Plus the best of sports AM & FM radio stations including: 1089 AM, 98.7 ESPN FM, 1400 AM WSPG & 1010 AM KIQI.
2. Endless Music
Never worry about having to pick the next song with exclusive music stations curated by renowned DJs, influential tastemakers and special guests. Discover the best new songs and artist in every genre, along with all of your favorites. Plus the best of music AM & FM radio stations including: WHUR-FM, 107.5 WBLS, WQXR-FM, 97.9 WSKQ-FM, & Hot 97 WQHT-FM.
3. Breaking News from Every Angle
Experience live 24-hour news from local, national and global sources, including top outlets like CNN, MSNBC, Fox, BBC, NPR, CNBC and Cheddar. Listen to MSNBC, CNBC and Fox News completely ad-free with TuneIn Premium. Plus the best of news AM & FM radio stations including: KQED-FM, WNYC-FM, KCRW, WHYY, WTMJ & WAMU.
4. All Your Favorite Podcasts
From chart toppers to newly discovered gems, immerse yourself in the world of talk. Follow classic shows like RadioLab, Stuff You Should Know and TED Radio Hour, and explore top-rated hits like The Joe Rogan Experience, NPR's Up First, NYT's The Daily, WoW in the World and Stuff You Should Know.
5. The Most Powerful Free Radio App in the World
Your FM radio dial can’t do this! Stream 100,000+ AM radio, FM radio and internet radio stations from around the globe. Simple and Free to use! Radio stations currently trending in the US: CNN, MSNBC, BBC Radio, KQED-FM and WDR 2 Ruhrgebiet. Plus get the top Sports
Not Just on Your iPhone
TuneIn is available for free across 200 platforms and connected devices. Stream music from your Apple Watch while you work out. Tap into TuneIn for CarPlay to catch the game on your drive home. Have your podcast follow you around the house with Google Home, Amazon Echo and Alexa.
Upgrade to TuneIn Premium for the Full Experience
• Live Sports - NFL, MLB, NBA and NHL
• Commercial-Free Music
• Commercial-Free News
• Today’s Best Podcasts
• 100,000 Radio Stations
Subscribe to TuneIn Radio Premium through the free app. If you choose to subscribe, you will be charged a monthly subscription fee according to your country. The subscription fee will be shown in the app before you complete the payment. Your subscription will automatically renew every month at the then-current subscription fee unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the then-current subscription period. Your iTunes account will automatically be charged within 24 hours prior to the end of the then-current period. The subscription fee will be charged monthly. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings.
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