"Probably the best wish for a dreamer: Be underestimated", 잫읻 젤지옥루
Posted on October 7th, 2015 No comments
Posted on April 17th, 2015 No comments
Huge fragmentation in Android world requires new devices to be added to local test devices who do not prefer remote device testing services. Not only there are still Android 2.x and 3.x users (for who cares about those users too), there are also variety of modified Android systems (not talking about rooting devices); almost every Android device manufacturer customizes Android for their own use and unfortunately the same Android SDK usage differs on every device (even on every model of some manufacturers).
As a result, testing RADYO on multiple devices and OS versions is a must.
Therefore here is the latest (but not the newly released) device added to test devices which are used to test RADYO.
Posted on February 10th, 2015 No comments
After the next generation iOS version of RADYO, Android version is updated today to include first steps of RADYO’s Location Based Music Discovery service. Currently playing stations and songs, most popular artists and songs can be seen according to the location. Next favorite but known station is just one touch away!
Posted on January 18th, 2015 No comments
RADYO has been featured again on Windows Phone 3 times recently on 1st, 9th and 15th of Jan, 2015.
RADYO captured the first place on Android in Music category, leaving popular and well-known applications behind.
Besides in popularity in iOS devices, Mac OS X version got a lot of attention too!
Posted on September 7th, 2014 No comments
The ugly duckling did it again. RADYO became the most preferred radio application on Android (Google Play Store) leaving Spotify, TuneIn and others behind in Turkey.
Posted on May 30th, 2014 No comments
Yesterday, Google officially told in Istanbul, Turkey: Functionality is irrelevant while determining featured apps for a country. UI is everything for an app to get featured. Only apps with the perfect graphics or the app that was somehow partnered with Google will be selected. It is said that only 1 single Turkish app was selected by Google. Google says that they have to fill the screen with apps featured in USA if there are no cool looking apps in Turkey or in any other country.
This idea breaks competition between apps and demotivates developers. It is also just a show-off of Google employees.
As a side note: Microsoft and Apple do this localization of application store contents in a better way. Microsoft > Apple > Google
Google may be right. But as a user on and a developer on all these platforms, I do want to see local content. I care less about apps mainly created for other regions of the world. I would prefer badly designed local content than perfectly designed foreign content.
Assume that Google is perfectly right about what they are doing. In that case it is obvious that there is a common and a big problem related to UI guidelines or how they get interpreted by designers and developers; as only 1 single app was designed ‘that good’ from all of those applications, developers and companies. When compared with Apple and Microsoft, almost all of the apps are from the local region.
Posted on March 25th, 2014 No comments
Posted on July 15th, 2013 No comments
After iOS, Mac OSX, Window 8 and Windows Phone, finally RADYO arrives on Android.
Android version comes with premium features with $0.00 price tag. There are no seperate paid version of RADYO on Android.
There has been a huge support from RADYO users and with the help of the beta test team who were composed of volunteers, even with the first version, RADYO (on Android too) outperforms all popular live radio applications (including paid versions of them) both in features and stability.
RADYO couldn’t make it on Android without these people.