10747Re: [pockettunes] Re: "We are sorry to say that we are no longer able to offer customer support."
- Jun 17, 2012Try the Wundur Radio app if you just can't stand commercials, or if you can
ignore them try Tunein Radio which is free.
> Note the winmobile 6 version of Wundur does not have the same level of support.My G2 Itouch left a bad taste in my mouth for Apple because it doesn't play well
>Preferring Chinese music, many of my favorites are not being updated <
with others regarding content and Juke Boxes. This is reason other than the
Itouch, there are now (4) Droid devices in my home instead of Apple
devices. Since my employer provided a Iphone for work needs I have no complaints
about reliabality. I use several of the apps on my Itouch I & work Iphone I
used on plam and winmobile 6, in addition to others I use on Droid ICS devices.
What I don't like is mandatory use of Itunes Jukebox. Fortunate all apps are in
the clouds, and those handy at work were available for download to the Iphone.
BTW: There is a Realplayer app for beta Droid, and it is on speaking terms with
Realplayer Plus. Putting up with a new OS is obligatory from time to time; but
it is hubris to expect customers to re-learn EVERYTHING so ANY company can make
more money. My time to learn their product IS a bigger expense than their
From: dblob1x2_x <dblob1x2_x@...>
Sent: Sun, June 17, 2012 9:42:42 AM
Subject: [pockettunes] Re: "We are sorry to say that we are no longer able to
offer customer support."
For quite a while now, Pocket Tunes, shows: "0% done updating radio
catalog", but I was too busy to find a solution. Today I decided to
find a fix and discovered Normsoft no longer supports PT on the iPhone,
which probably the answer to my problem. I guess I should be glad that
my favorites list includes most of the stations I listen to, since my
radio catalog has been static for some time.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "DanielM" <daniel.mackay@...> wrote:
> What does it mean that Normsoft no longer supports Pocket Tunes? It's
a best selling app on the iPhone, sells for a relatively large amount of
money, and yet this page:
> and this page:
> Clearly say that they no longer do tech support. Is the company
tits-up? Is there some other way to get support?
> I want to report a bunch of dead stations in the catalog, and get them
to fix them up and issue a new catalog.
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