I am an frequent user of TuneIn. I enjoyed it so much that I upgraded to the Pro version; however, I used to be able to record my favorite news shows. This was especially convenient if there was a schedule conflict with being able to listen to my shows live. But, I noticed with a recent app update, that this “recording” feature was removed. Really disappointed, truly disappointed, Without this feature, what’s the real need to having & paying for the “Pro” version? I wish the company would bring this option back. Until then, I’ll be searching for other apps that more so align with what I am looking for
I've been using the app for years. until a recent update, I've been extremely happy with it, preferring it over iheart. I was unhappy with the change where my favorite stations didn't come up as the default view. That's apparently been corrected. Also a couple of the European stations have been removed that I liked. You'd get 5 stars if it wasn't for that.
10 minutes of continuous commercials!
I’ve been having problems with the reward and forward <30…30> buttons
Is this more than a coincidence? nonstop “technical difficulties” for MSNBC and CNN but not Fox News Radio.
This app used to be able to pause livestreams, allowing the listener to pause and continue a program to avoid missing anything, or to replay segments and skip ahead. Sadly, those features are no longer available in the past few versions.
Tried to stream a sports station to listen to a game. It worked on an old android phone but not my iPhone.
THE LOSS OF “RECORD” IS GREATLY MOURNED. 23-Oct-22 - Went to update my review, only to see that nothing has changed (though others mention that even more features have gone away since then). Radio stations that stream usually have their own apps, so, without any features other than just plain playing radio stations, there’s not much reason to have this app. For what it’s worth, I still have Tune In Pro versions 5.1 and 14.9 on my iOS 6 and iOS 9 devices and 16.7 on iOS 16. They are saved to my computer just in case Tune In Pro accidentally gets updated. These earlier versions of Tune In Pro knock the socks off of the current version and are a joy to use (even with glitches in 16.7). These earlier versions of Tune In Pro are what made this a five-star app. Today’s version? Well, you see it above. Three. 29-Nov-20: Trying to be as unemotional as possible. Tune In and Tune In Pro: Still the best collection of radio stations from around the world. A one-stop-shop for basically any radio station not bound in an exclusivity agreement. Even though some radio stations are now exclusive to iHeart and Radio.com (now Audacy), Tune In still has thousands more radio stations available than either iHeart or Radio.com. Nevertheless, the loss of the “record” feature is greatly mourned. It was never a true record feature, creating MP3 or M4A files that could be ported to another device. The “record” feature on Tune In Pro was nothing more than a “time shift” feature, allowing the listener to hear a radio broadcast at a more convenient time. The final word: Loss of the “record” feature means that, while Tune In Pro is still pretty good, it is no longer special. It is no longer great.
I love the quality and speed of Pro version of TuneIn…worth the $10.90 after tax.
TuneIn will not return to the previous in-process podcast when the app is restarted. I have to do a bunch of selecting and scrolling and manually select the podcast to which I was previously listening. Commands for skipping both Forward and Backward do not work over Bluetooth. You have to use the onscreen (<< or >>) icons within the app to accomplish this. All of this makes for a very clunky and cumbersome experience. Being a premium subscriber does not make any difference.