Public Radio Player for iPhone Gets New Design, Ability to Download Episodes

Posted February 11, 2013 at 4:58pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 5688 views

The Public Radio Player app for iPhone has been updated with a new design and the ability to download episodes for offline listening.

The Public Radio Player offers the best experience for streaming audio from public radio stations and programs across the United States. Listen to your local favorites, or catch news, music, and stories from anywhere in the country. Live, on demand, even offline listening - all for free.

FEATURES
* Listen live to 500+ public radio stations and streams
* Listen on demand to 1000+ programs and podcasts
* Download podcast episodes for offline listening
* Favorite stations and programs for quick access
* See what’s coming up with station schedules
* View station news and Twitter feeds
* Donate easily to stations you care about
* AirPlay controls (select iOS/devices only)
* Set the alarm clock and sleep timer

What's New In This Version:
* NEW: Visual design updated for greater contrast (view screenshots to see changes)
* NEW: Interface rewritten for performance and ease of use
* NEW: Download episodes of shows so you can listen without internet access
* NEW: View Tweets from stations with Twitter accounts
* NEW: View breaking news headlines from stations
* UPDATE: Improved access to your favorite stations and programs
* UPDATE: Updates to audio player for improved playback and stream reliability
* UPDATE: Improved search results

You can download Public Radio Player from the App Store for free.

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