Bubba Army Redux!

Bubba Army Redux!

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The new and improved Bubba Army app, the "Bubba Army Redux" app, aims to bring convenience and ease-of-use while you listen and interact with your favorite radio show. No longer do you have to worry about taking a phone call, sending a text message, or waiting to load web pages. Also, you will be able to use both Facebook and Twitter with a single, one-time sign-on to interact directly with the show. Best of all, this app supports multitasking and it is free!

NOTICE: This app has not been officially endorsed by the Bubba Radio Network (we hope to be one day!). If you like this app and wish it to be supported in the future please use the "Letter of Support" feature to tell Bubba and the crew how much you like the app. This feature can be found in the "Other" tab activity.

DATA AND BATTERY USAGE NOTICE: This app will use either cellular data connection (3G/4G) or wireless internet connectivity. Either of which will be used heavily when streaming audio and will increase your device's battery usage.

Permissions Explanations:
- READ_PHONE_STATE: Used to determine call status to pause streaming.
- BROADCAST_STICKY: Used to send an update broadcast for the stream.
- ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE: Used to determine network connectivity.
- CALL_PHONE: Necessary for calling into the BRN Studio.
- INTERNET: Used for following links to other sites and downloading data.

All logos, images, audio streaming, and likeness to the Bubba Radio Network is sole property of the Bubba Radio Network and RadioIO, Inc. RadioFreq technology (c) was created and is owned by Mobilitude, LLC. Copyright (c) 2011. Bubba the Love Sponge®, Bubba Radio Network® & Shock Collar Karaoke® are all registered trademarks.
Bubba Radio Network®, BRNSyndication.com, bringing you the best in radio!
Copyright(c) 2012 Charles Norona, Bubba Radio Network, and RadioIO, Inc. All logos, images, audio streaming, and likeness to Bubba Radio Network and RadioIO, Inc. is sole property of the Bubba Radio Network and RadioIO, Inc., respectively. FradioFreq technology (c) was created and is owned by Charles Norona, Christos Meimaroglou, Alexander Rocha, and Victor Gallego. Copyright(c) 2012. All Rights Reserved. The Bubba Radio Network and RadioIO, Inc. reserve the right to have this app unpublished with expressed written or electronic correspondence to C-Harley Software (softwarecharley@gmail.com).

Tags: mobilituderadiofreqbubbaarmy lication, why doesn't bubba radio work anymore.

Recently changed in this version

1.36: Updated connection URLs.

1.35: Service runs in "foreground" state which should result in less disconnects due to app being in background, improved multitasking capability. Implemented a potential solution for popular crash that occurs. If it happens, please, report the error! Updated developer contact info and branding.

1.34: Made app run in single instance mode and removed toast from streaming service.

1.33: Updated URL for connection to RadioIO servers.

Comments and ratings for Bubba Army Redux!
  • (67 stars)

    by John Robles on 24/03/2014

    Been on for over an hour and its been a repeat of the same commercials. You have lost a loyal listener!!

  • (67 stars)

    by Mark Spooner on 22/03/2014

    What happened to bubba nothing but commercials

  • (67 stars)

    by Paul Podbielski on 21/02/2014

    Bubble channel 2 no longer works. Useless on the west coast.

  • (67 stars)

    by Jorel Orlando on 01/02/2014

    This app is like bubbas diet, it never works out. All it has is commercials when his show is not on, such trash. No best of or anything..

  • (67 stars)

    by Brett boyer on 20/01/2014

    Won't load using network or wifi with excellent signal, on my Galaxy S4. Also, 'Bub ba Channel 2' won't load at all. I usually listen to the west coast show, because I don't wake up at 6AM!

  • (67 stars)

    by Rusty Thornton on 07/01/2014

    Want to give it a try... But!!! Doesn't work on my Xoom!!!

  • (67 stars)

    by Reza Davachi on 28/12/2013

    Only bubba one works and like others have said, only commercials. The old way was much better.