Description of App:
Jango Radio Mobile is free, personalized radio that plays the best music by artists you love. Just start with the name of one of your favorite artists, and Jango will create a custom station that plays similar music. Or you can tune in to hundreds of expertly programmed genre stations like Top 100, Hot in Hip-Hop, Indie Dance Hits & more... All with far fewer ads than Pandora.
Already a Jango listener? Great. Just log in to access your existing stations, and create new ones right from your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad.
"I'm in love with Jango" - USA Today
"Refreshingly simple online radio" - CNet
"Extremely social streaming radio" - Wired
"Makes it fun to discover new music" - PC World
Jango Radio Mobile Features:
✰ Free, unlimited listening on desktop and mobile
✰ Create custom radio stations with the artists you love
✰ Tune in to 100's of expertly curated stations in dozens of genres, from dance and country to holiday music and hits by decade
✰ Fine-tune your stations by the artists or variety you want to hear
✰ Share stations with your friends on Facebook and Twitter
✰ Listen as much as you want at low, medium or high quality
✰ Save stations to listen again on your device or at www.jango.com
✰ Available for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch
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As far as I can see this app is mostly accessible.
The Jango Radio is quite interesting to use. This is something you should give a look at if you are in to things like Pandora and AccuRadio.
I had looked at this app before and at that time it was very poorly labeled and not easy to use. Now as of their latest release. They have completely turned things around.
It is now very accessible. From everything I have looked at appears to work great.
There is only one minor glitch that I could find. When you are in the player mode. There is a Menu button that is located at the top right corner. If you double tap on this. You will see the information about the Artist that is currently playing. Follow this are three buttons. The first and the second are labeled the same. They are labeled as Track Information. The last button is the Cancel button.
The first Track Information button appears to be a way to view the list of Artist's that are in the given Custom Radio Station you are in. Very similiar to AcceRadio is that from this list of Artist. You can now either Add/Remove them from your list. Now the other Track Information button. I'm not certain. It just appears to return you to a Track Information with information pertaining to that Artist.
Other than that. I almost have to say that it definetely is worth looking at. It is an overlooked app. So far I do like this better than Pandroa.
Let me know what you think of it?