On July the 18th, Jeff Bezos (CEO) officially announced Amazon’s dive in the highly competitive mobile industry and revealed “Fire”, the etailer’s first smartphone. The Fire Phone’s operating system is actually based on Android but it has its own AppStore. New innovative features could be interesting for app developers. Let’s have a closer look at this newcomer from an app developer’s perspective. Will the Fire Phone seduce App Developers? The new Amazon smartphone will help …
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Version 1.7.0 released on January 25, 2017
Introducing your Home Station Page, a new way to easily dive into the most important news, stories and podcasts from your Home Station. These are local stories, locally reported and delivered just for you. Find your Home Station Page by tapping on News & Stories under your station's logo in the new menu. From there you'll be able to dive into the most important stories and featured podcasts from your station and your community. • Shows. Explore the shows and podcasts that represent the stories and voices from your community. See a showcase of recommended podcasts from your station listed first and then tap More to dive into every show your station produces. • News and Stories. Listen to the stories that are meaningful to your community. Your station will curate the most important stories you see right at the top of the list. Tap on More to see all of the most important news and stories from your station. • Newscast. Catch up to the latest newscast from your station (when available) by tapping the play button on Local Newscast. • Live Radio. Tune into your station's live radio stream by tapping on Live Radio. NPR One will take you to right to the live stream in your browser. Just tap play and you'll soon start listening to live radio. Community is everything. Connect with your Home Station today. NPR One continues to evolve. Please join our Facebook or Google+ communities, or tweet to @NPRone with any feedback. Thanks for listening and for supporting public radio.
Version 1.7.1 released on February 15, 2017
Introducing your Home Station Page, a new way to easily dive into the most important news, stories and podcasts from your Home Station. These are local stories, locally reported and delivered just for you. Explore the shows and podcasts that represent the stories and voices from your community. View the News and Stories that are meaningful to your community and Catch Up on the latest newscast from your station. And tap on Live Radio to tune into your station's live radio stream in your browser. Find your Home Station Page by tapping on News & Stories under your station's logo in the navigation menu. NPR One continues to evolve. Please join our Facebook or Google+ communities, or tweet to @NPRone with any feedback. Thanks for listening and for supporting public radio.
Version 1.6.0 released on January 07, 2016
Introducing Explore, a new way to easily find the stories and podcasts that you're interested in listening to right now. Just swipe to the left to find the newscast whenever you want it, the latest episodes of podcasts that you follow, recommended stories based on your listening history, your recently played and upcoming stories, and a gallery of recommended shows to help you discover new local and national podcasts. • Listen and Explore. The new listening paths in Explore are just a swipe away. Your History and Coming Up now live in one place within Explore (now called 'Recently Heard' and 'Up Next'). • Followed. No more waiting to hear the latest episodes of the shows and podcasts that you Follow! Instead, you can now find the latest episodes under the 'Followed' section in Explore. • Newscasts. Catch up to the latest national and local (when available) newscasts by swiping over to Explore and tapping on Hourly Newscast or Local Newscast. • Featured Shows. NPR One includes podcasts from NPR, the greater public radio ecosystem, and a curated selection of independent producers from all over the world. See a showcase of a recommended podcasts in the new 'Featured Shows' section in Explore. We'll recommend new shows and podcasts over time as you listen. • Search. Haven't Followed any shows yet? Try searching for one of our favorites, like NPR's Hidden Brain, WNYC's Snap Judgment, or PRX's The Moth Radio Hour, and tap Follow to get started.
Version 1.6.1 released on January 21, 2016
Introducing support for CarPlay. Listen to NPR One in vehicles that have support for CarPlay as part of the in-dash entertainment system, or with CarPlay-enabled aftermarket systems. Once you have connected NPR One to CarPlay you can tap on Catch Up to get started with your National and Local newscast followed by your recommended stories; Or simply tap on Recommendations to scroll through curated listed of stories and podcast episodes just for you. This update also brings a fix to a bug that would unexpectedly start playing NPR One overnight. Sorry about that! Together with this bug fix, we have also turned off auto-play when you launch the app, so you'll never accidentally blast "This is NPR One!" in a quiet meeting room again... not that we would know anything about that. NPR One continues to evolve. Please join our Facebook or Google+ communities, or tweet to @NPRone with any feedback. Thanks for listening and for supporting public radio.
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NPR One is a whole new way to listen to stories, shows, and podcasts from NPR and your local public radio station. It’s public radio made personal. "By connecting to audio content from other suppliers, including podcasts and locally sourced news programs, NPR One is now a one-stop shop for all sorts of fascinating audio."- NYTimes "NPR One makes the listening experience smarter and more engaging, and plenty of people will want to tune in." - Re/code *A handcrafted experience.* NPR One starts with the latest headlines then moves to a flow of stories that matter - narratives that increase your understanding, create connections, enrich your life and enliven your mind. All thoughtfully curated by hand, every day. *Always learning from you.* Just pop in your ear buds, tap your phone and NPR One starts flowing. And NPR One gets to know you. Skip what you don't want, or tap the lightbulb to say a story is interesting. We'll turn NPR One into your own personal radio station. *Personal, not prescriptive.* Though your stream is personalized to deliver the stories you want, you’ll still hear the top news of the day and the stories you had no idea would captivate you. *Connected locally.* Even with the breadth of public radio at your fingertips, you won’t lose touch at home. Local news and podcast episodes are woven seamlessly into your listening experience. Local stories, locally reported, are delivered daily. Community is everything. *Features* ° A personalized stream of NPR and local station news and stories ° Skip, rewind, pause and share ° Swipe over to Explore to find stories and podcasts recommended for you ° Dive into your local newscast, stories and podcasts by tapping on your Home station logo ° International, national, regional and local content ° A simple, intuitive interface ° Sleep timer with five presets It’s simple. It’s intuitive. It’s there for you. (Wherever ‘there’ is.) As fast as the world is changing the way it listens to public radio, NPR One is changing the way we deliver it. NPR is here to deliver the public radio experience wherever you are. Whenever you can connect. Love to listen on the go? Get the most out of NPR One with Apple Watch. Control your playback at a glance without touching your phone. Here we go. It’s NPR One.
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