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by Peter Görigk on 13/04/2014
This app is really really great, you can find and favorite nearly everthing, also the rare radios and genres like: Ambient, Country, Deep House, Industrial, Hardstyle, Trance and so much other stuff. Without any lags and it runs in the background. 5/5 Stars! :)
by Mutia Rizki on 24/03/2014
Well overall its helpful but still need more improvement,
by Mallaya Smith on 27/02/2014
by Jazzey James on 10/12/2013
Love this app... for over 4 years... still going strong.
by Paul Elvin on 12/11/2013
Full screen adverts pop up every 5 seconds which ruin what was a good app. Developer please sort this out.Way to many adverts now. Will give 5 stars when removed.
by frostbitten kingdoms on 30/07/2013
This app really went down the drain. The stream is disconnecting all the time. The ads are totally annoying (full screen ad pop-ups every 15 seconds or so @ dev wtf) . And the ui is broken by the same ads. Eg one of the genre drop down menus.
by Ryan Palmer on 16/06/2013
You can do alot with yhis app
by CT L on 20/04/2013
This App is so special that allows you to search for many radio stations but what makes it special is it has the option to play online streaming mp3 link.
by Paul Elvin on 20/03/2013
Very good but server's are usually busy and cannot connect sometimes.
by lisa veal on 25/01/2013
Wow, how do I get a moment between the ads to try it? Ads never bother me for the most part...but these... Had this app for yrs so gonna check on original since update.
by Sean Repanshek on 30/12/2012
Currently this app doesn't work on my phone. Why? I have galaxy note 2. Sits in the selected radio and stays at "buffering". fix?
by anooop nair on 26/12/2012
by Allan Jensen on 08/12/2012
Used to love this app but with the latest release it shows full screening ads lasting 3-4 seconds every 5-15 seconds. I know the developer wants to make money, but it is not going to happen when users, like me, uninstall because of this and go elsewhere.