Tunemark Radio is now available for both iPhone and iPad on iTunes. There’s still just one app to download but it is now optimized for iPhone and also the larger iPad screen.
This app is designed to be a FREE alternative for playing Internet radio stations, without the annoying ad banners. If you have any suggestions for improvements to this app, please contact Stormy Productions and pass along your thoughts. You can read a full description of the app here.
This latest version significantly improves the “Buy on iTunes” feature. When you now choose that option, you will be presented with a list of matching songs currently available on iTunes. This way, you can verify the song you want to buy is going to be available before you launch iTunes and exit the app. There’s no sense stopping the music and launching iTunes only to be disappointed to find the song isn’t for sale there.
PLEASE NOTE: this most recent version of Tunemark Radio was required by Apple to remove the feature for playing 128K and higher bitrate streams over the 3G and Edge networks. This was not something we wanted to do, but Apple would not approve this update without the bandwidth limit for cellular usage. I’m sure many of you will be disappointed by this change, but please understand it was a requirement from Apple. We will continue to investigate whether Apple may allow this feature again some time in the future, and if the policy is changed, we will update the app accordingly.
Thanks for all the comments, suggestions, and even the complaints. All the feedback is helpful to continuously improve this app.
Thursday, April 22, 2010
Tunemark Radio 1.8, now available
Posted by Mostly Torn at 3:24 PM
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