Karlsruhe, Germany, June 13, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Audials Apps on the Up & Up with Consumers
According to a survey conducted by media control in late May 2013, 43% percent of Internet users surveyed said they used streaming services, and listening to international radio stations was a significant reason for using such services. With over 50,000 Internet radio stations at its disposal, Audials apps offer a variety of local, national and international radio stations for smartphones or tablets.
Audials Apps More than Just a Cult Classic
Audials Apps make it easier for users to locate new radio stations and play them on their personal playback devices. Unlike other apps, Audials is completely free, cuts out commercials, runs stable and is error-free. Therefore, it’s no surprise that Audials apps have received decidedly favorably reviews from users, bloggers and YouTube viewers.
Released in Late May, iOS App for iPhone & iPad Surges
The iOS app is gaining significantly in popularity among iPhone & iPad users. Users enjoy the convenience of listening to the radio with Audials, as well as the large variety of entertainment offered by massive amount of international podcasts available. The Audials app has already surpassed some well-established apps available for Apple products.
Number 1 in Windows Store. Microsoft Praises Audials App for Windows 8
Within weeks of its release, the Audials app for Win8 stormed to the top of the download charts in the Windows store, reaching the top spot in Music & Audio in early June. Users praised the apps simple operation and breathtaking background images. Microsoft lauded the Audials app in its blog reviews, counting it among the top 6 international music apps for Windows 8. Furthermore, the users find the Audials app more appealing and simply better than the international app by TuneIn. With the new version in May, users can now entertain themselves further with a wide array of podcasts.
Audials Android Increases Listening Pleasure
Tons of users have increased their music possibilities on their Androids and tablets by acquiring the Audials app at Google Play, the Samsung App Store, Amazon App Store or having it preinstalled on their tablets. The Android app offers a recorder for making radio recordings of individual songs. In addition to automatically recording songs as MP3s and allocating ID3 tags to the files, the new version saves MP3s straight to an SD card. The app can be operated as a widget or in the background while other apps are running. The Audials Android app also can be used as an alarm clock and the latest version has a new stylized layout for the radio player for smartphones and tablets.
Audials AG is a leading company for manufacturing software for entertainment purposes. Audials One, Audials Radiotracker, Audials Tunebite, Audials Moviebox and Audials Mediaraptor are available online at Audials.com or at international retailers. Audials software is optimized for Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP and the Audials app is also available for Android, iOS, Win8 and Chrome OS.