10,000 - 50,000 downloads
by Brittany Walker on 23/12/2014
I love WPR. I start my day out with it, I listen to stories on my lunch, I finish up my drive home with WPR. I really want to love this app but it's difficult. It closes at weird unexpected times. Its not closing at proper times. For example, when I open WPR and lock my phone, the app closes. I have to go back into my phone and back into the app, ugh. It's just annoying. When I have the app going
by Pamela Albert on 16/12/2014
I love Wpr radio and all the shows
by Jenny Dickinson on 12/12/2014
Continuously crashes when trying to open. Please fix!!
by Greg Steiner on 11/12/2014
Love WPR, too bad the app doesn't work on Nexus 7, lollipop.
by Dayle Mandelson on 09/12/2014
Lollipop. It does not work at all with the new android os.
by Rich Hilton on 09/12/2014
Crashes on startup every time! Please fix. Nexus 7, first gen, Lollipop.
by George Smick on 01/12/2014
The programs are five stars but the app often will not open saying wpr has stopped. I use lollipop.
by Michael Mugnani on 27/10/2014
I love and support WPR, but this half-baked app (on both Galaxy 3 AND Galaxy 4) stops regularly, keeps turning on my WiFi (STOP IT!) to look for network and then shows "no network connection" - if I want to connect via WiFi I'll turn it on myself. Or it just shifts to pause, and constantly pauses to rebuffer. Until they get it functional (if ever), stick with the TuneIn Radio app - which also ni
by Brett Hanisko on 23/10/2014
I enjoy listening to WPR programming on my phone ... when it actually plays. Here's what drives me crazy: 1.) It forces the switch to WiFi, which, where I work, requires a password input every 30 minutes. To continue listening after half an hour, I have to go to the browser on my phone, input the username and password, go to the WPR app, and then press play again. 2.) The buffer is too short. If
by Joel Langdon on 17/10/2014
by Arlyn Summerlee on 15/10/2014
This is a great app, which does exactly what it should, and does it well. However, it could greatly use support for Chromecast so that I can stream and listen to my favorite shows in my bedroom or living room and not be limited to my phone. The NPR One app features Chromecast support, and I'm sure the NPR One app's Developers would be happy to assist the WPR app developers in implementing Chromec
by John Curnutt on 30/08/2014
Well designed dependable and WPR!
by Brett Winslow on 19/08/2014
I really hope some of the issues can be fixed. Playback of the archives is hard to control.
by Kim Randall on 31/07/2014
The app is unstable and full of glitches that make it hard to enjoy. WPR is unresponsive to problems and complaints.
by Tom Martin on 08/07/2014