Sero (formerly iBlink Radio)
Description of App
Free or Paid
Apple Watch Support
Device(s) App Was Tested On
Is made by Serotek Corporation with full accessibility in mind, which is certainly demonstrated when using the app as every part of the app is very accessible.
15 people have recommended this app
Time to get your update on this fantastic app!
What's New in Version 2.2.0
* iPhone 5 compatibility
* more reliable audio player
* other bug fixes.
What's New in Version 2.3.0
This update includes the ability to download content to your device for offline listening as well as bug fixes and improved performance throughout the
Hello everyone. I just recently downloaded Serotek's newly-released Mac version of iBlink Radio. I've found it to work great. I'm not at all surprised at this fact though, because I used some of their Windows-based products and they truly get things right. So I just wanted to pop in and highly recommend the Mac version of this app for anyone who wants it. It is also free, but if you wish to sign up for SAMNet after the 14-day trial expires you can certainly do that.
I also use the app.
What's New in Version 2.3.3
This release fixes several bugs related to iOS 8.
Some buttons have been rearranged for greater consistency with other audio players on iOS.
What's New in Version 3.0.0
Sero is the latest evolution of the app formerly known as iBlink Radio, incorporating features from the service formerly known as SAMNet.
Search is now much improved throughout the app. When searching Sero content, search results will now be displayed as you enter your query.
You can now download content in the background. Sero will notify you when the download is finished.
When playing a piece of content that you have previously listened to, whether on this device or another one, Sero will now ask you if you want to continue
where you left off or start over.
New features for users with an active Sero account:
You can now participate in our voice chat rooms on your iOS device.
When posting to a Sero community forum, you can now choose to post a voice message. When using an iPhone, simply lift the phone to your ear to record your
For some Sero content, you can now play through multiple episodes continuously, and download them all at once.
For logged-in users, the Sero app now has just one home screen, as opposed to an iBlink Radio home screen and a separate SAMNet home screen a level down.
There are also many more minor improvements and bug fixes in this overhaul of the app.
What's New in Version 3.1.2
This update introduces the ability to subscribe to Sero from within the app for just $5.99 per month.
This update also contains bug fixes, minor improvements, and internal changes.
Yes, it claims to let us subscribe from within the app, yet, I see no place to do this. If any of the rest of you see it, clue me in, please and thank you.
yes, right at the top of the main menu, when it opens, the subscribe option is there.
In order to see the subscribe option, you need to log in with a Sero account. If you don't have one you can create one in the app by choosing the log in option. Once you have an account and are logged in, you will see the subscription option.
I just downloaded this app a few days ago and really like it. The interface is clean and I was able to hear some Christmas music, as well as Lisa Salinger's excellent tutorial for the SAC. But I've had a slight issue, and am wondering if anyone else has experienced this. When launching the podcasts section, there seem to be a bunch of random programming notes and few if any actual podcasts from which to choose. Over all though this is another great app.