Testers Needed for Fantastic Radio App, RadioX!
I’ve been getting into radio a lot recently. When I say ‘radio’, I mean podcasts, specifically. Yes, I’m partial to a bit of Radio 4 now and then, like the old man I am, but podcasts interest me a lot more when I’m chilling at home. However, listening to foreign radio can be interesting sometimes, too.
XDA member ghoch has developed an app which allows any user access to over 1,800 channels in 40 countries. An absolutely fantastic collection for an app that’s in Beta. The app being in Beta does require testers, though. This is why ‘ghoch’ has called out for XDA members and fellow developers to test the app and provide useful feedback, which will allow the app to grow and flourish.
Think you can help with that? Good, because I know I will be. To top it off, the app is provided for free on the Android Market, allowing for a quick download to any of your Google-connected devices.
Fancy getting this for yourself? Head on over to the original thread, leave the developer a kind message of support and download the app. Don’t forget to check back from time to time noting your suggested improvments and recalled issues.
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