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Rivet News Radio Talks Civic Reform in Chicago

Chicago, Illinois – A transparent, effective and ethical government is what the Better Government Association (BGA) has fought for since the 1920s in Chicago. Since his joining the BGA in 2009, Andy Shaw has led more than 80 of the organization’s 280 pending investigations.

“I know what good government and bad government looks like…[This job is] a good opportunity to use my skills and to try to recreate a vibrant, effective watchdog organization,” said Shaw, a long-time Chicago journalist, who sat down with Charlie Meyerson for Panorama, one of Rivet News Radio’s signature programs.

Shaw held up the BGA’s “Rescuing Illinois Project” as a shining example of the association’s impact. In 2012, the BGA uncovered 5 million in taxpayer-funded payouts to retired public school employees for unused sick and vacation days.

Panorama is an up-close and personal series featuring the people, places and events shaping the world. An original production of Rivet News Radio, Panorama is hosted by Chicago news veteran and Rivet’s head of news, Charlie Meyerson. Bringing years of journalistic experience Meyerson formerly worked for rock station WXRT-FM; the Chicago Tribune; and WGN-AM, where, as news director, he led his team to awards for Best Newscast and Outstanding News Operation.

About The Better Government Association:
The Better Government Association is a Chicago-based nonprofit, nonpartisan watchdog group that works for integrity, transparency and accountability in government by exposing corruption and inefficiency; identifying and advocating effective public policy; and engaging and mobilizing the public to achieve authentic and responsible reform.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* 3.7 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Rivet News Radio 1.30 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the News category.

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HearHere Radio is an angel-stage company backed by founders, friends, and strategic investors, building a news radio experience for today’s mobile consumer. The company’s flagship product, Rivet News Radio, is an app designed to deliver personalized local, national and world news directly to smartphone users. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2014 HearHere Radio, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

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Google Play Music update brings direct device management and offline radio

Google has started rolling out an update to its Android music app that contains quite the loot bag of improvements and new features. Highlighted in this release is a way to manage your devices directly from the app itself as well as caching radio stations for offline listening.

Google’s Play Music service lets you keep your music on the cloud and sync between devices. However, it is limited to 10 devices, a number which some users might never reach in a few years. Still, when the need arises for users to take off a few from that list, they were previously forced to do so via the web interface. Not anymore, as they can now directly do so straight from the app itself via the My Devices settings. Not an earth-shattering change but is a welcome convenience nonetheless.

Users will now have the option to kepp a radio station on the device, for playing later even without an Internet connection. This new option can be found in a radio’s context menu but isn’t available for the I’m feeling lucky station. At the moment, the exact extent and limits of this offline caching is still unknown.

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There is also a wide variety of other changes that can be found in this release. These range from bug fixes to new options like refreshing music from Google Play or the ability to queue a song or album without interrupting the current playlist via a Play next option. Other are just interface embellishments, like a floating Playing From information bar and a new location for the Cast button. The Google Play Music update should be going out users but, as always the case with staggered rollouts, it will take some time to hit everyone everywhere.

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Slacker Radio update adds ‘My Vibe’ playlists and new design

Slacker Radio was bumped to v4.0 back in February and it looks like the next major update is hitting the Play Store today. This latest update brings a new look and feel as well as a new feature called My Vibe. And looking back to that v4.0 update, this v5.0 update is another that is bringing a noticeable difference in terms of the looks.

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The Slacker Radio app is leaving behind the white and blue in favor of a darker color scheme. Perhaps more important though, this new look is also coming along with some easy access to your recently played music. It now includes quick access to four recently played stations along the bottom. In addition, you will also notice options for Stations and My Vibe.

The Stations option is something that Slacker users are likely already familiar with. This basically just takes you to the long list of available stations offered by Slacker. The My Vibe option is something new. This offers the ability to listen to stations based on your mood. For example, Slacker has some pre-set categories for items such as Energy Boost, Driving, Concentrating and more.

Of course, changes to the app aside, the service as a whole remains the same. Simply put, you can still download the app and listen to music for free. There are some limitations for free users, such as advertisements, but those looking to avoid those and gain some extra perks can choose to become a paid subscriber.

Slacker has paid options available for .99 and .99 per month. For .99 you can ditch the ads and the skip limitations are removed and for .99 you get on-demand listening as well as the ability to cache music for offline listening and more. With that, the latest version of Slacker for Android can be found in the Google Play Store.

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iTuner Radio – Major upgrade of this acclaimed iOS streaming radio App

Porto, Portugal – Today announcing, Digital Minds has released version 3 of its acclaimed iOS streaming radio app, iTuner Radio. This app, originally designed for iPhone and iPod touch is now a universal app! iPad users can now benefit of its main feature: 30,000 live broadcast radio stations from more than 120 countries. The design of the app has been radically changed and offers users a very intuitive and clean interface. Moreover, iTuner Radio now offers the most popular podcasts in each country.

From sports, to news and music with all different kinds of radios stations, iTuner Radio is the best way to listen to the radio on the iPod touch, iPhone or iPad. Users can listen to the best radio stations of their country or from their homeland when they are abroad. They can also record their favorite radio programs, add radio stations to their favorites and even add new live streaming radio broadcasts.

Feature Highlights:
* Listen to the best local radio stations
* Listen to radio stations from over 120 countries
* Listen to more than 30,000 worldwide radio stations
* Listen to the best Podcasts by country
* Search by the radio station’s name, country, gender or town
* Record radio stations in real time
* Set up alarms to wake up with the favorite station
* Share using Facebook, Twitter, SMS and Email
* Add stations to the favorites list
* Listen to the radio in the background
* Read the latest news about music
* Listen to the radio using Airplay and Bluetooth

Language Support:
English

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPod touch and iPad
* Optimized for iPhone 5
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* 36.1 MB

Pricing and Availability:
iTuner Radio 3 is currently available at .99 USD (a 60% Discount Price) and it’s available for iOS in the App Store in the Music category. It’s also available for Free without Podcasts and the radio recording feature.

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Located in Porto, Portugal, Digital Minds is a leading innovator company that specializes in music apps like iTuner. Copyright (C) 2013 Digital Minds. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod, and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.

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UK football fans – check out Absolute Radio Live Scores for BlackBerry 10

Here’s another app for you football fans in the UK. Absolute Radio – Live Scores brings you all you need to know about the matches as they happen and you can listen to the live commentary via the Absolute Radio application.

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Slacker Radio 4.0 update attracted 6 million new listeners

Slacker Radio rolled-out a redesign back in mid-February. The redesign touched on both the mobile and desktop sides and as anyone who was listening before and after will realize, there was plenty of changes in terms of looks and functionality. Anyway, while it has only been roughly three months since that update, it seems the folks at Slacker Radio have attracted plenty of new users.

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In fact, details shared by the folks at Slacker show them as having added six million new users since the relaunch. Of those six million, 3.5 million of those are mobile listeners. Perhaps key for a service that plans to stick around for a while, Slacker also mentioned they are “gross margin positive on every listener.” The key to that, the positive margin is for paid subscribers as well as free listeners.

Other highlights shared by Slacker include how the average listening time has increased by 25 percent and how they have picked up more than 100,000 new paid subscribers since the relaunch. For those not as familiar with Slacker, aside from them being a streaming music service — they offer a few options for listeners to choose from. Slacker has an option to listen for free as well as two paid levels.

They claim to be the “most complete music service on Earth” which just speaks of the options listeners have available when it comes to how and what you listen to. Those listening for free can do so on the desktop or a mobile device, however the paid listeners will see additional features. In addition to radio-like streaming, Slacker also offers on-demand access. In total, Slacker has 13 million tracks in the library as well as channels for news, sports, talk radio and more.

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Android Authority On Air – Episode 56 – Live with doubleTwist Magic Radio

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This week on Android Authority On Air, we were joined by Sebastiaan de With from doubleTwist to discuss their recently launched service, Magic Radio. If you aren’t familiar, Magic Radio is a unique streaming music discovery service that doubleTwist launched last week. With over 13 million songs in the doubleTwist library, Magic Radio is fully integrated with consumers’ listening habits and offers personalized, near-infinite playlists of music they already love with music they will love. We had plenty of questions for Sebastiaan lined up such as how Magic Radio differs from existing services, their challenges, “mood” based stations, and plenty from our live audience. Additionally, doubleTwist may or may not be looking to revamp their app with Android’s latest Holo guidelines in the near future.

As for weekly news, we covered statements from Eric Schmidt on Chrome OS and Android. We gave our initial impressions on Google’s latest app, Keep, which is a simple, yet powerful note taking application. Thanks to some high profile leaks, we saw a sneak peak on a revamped Google Play Store. The new UI revealed a very clean, minimalistic Holo UI that reflects the web version of the Play Store. And, Currents can now play Podcasts.

For hardware and carrier news, Nvidia released a revised road-map for their next generation chip-sets.  T-Mobile prepares to LTE all the things with their Galaxy Note 2 and Verizon surprises us with Android 4.2.2 for the Galaxy Nexus and Android 4.1 for the Droid 4.

All this and more on Android Authority On Air Episode 56

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iMore Editors’ Choice: Photolettering, Slacker Radio, PWN, and more

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Every week, the editors and writers at iMore carefully select some of our favorite, most useful, most extraordinary apps, accessories, gadgets, and websites. This week’s selections include an app that tracks your sleep, an app that displays updates from your social networks, a few games, an app for History geeks, a fun photo apps, and a music streaming service.

Sleep Cycle alarm clock – Chris Oldroyd

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Sleep is the most important thing you can give your body and it is also one of the most popular areas that people have trouble a with. Having knowledge of how well you are sleeping can be invaluable so you can see what effect alcohol has on your sleeping and much more.

To get this information, I use an app called Sleep Cycle alarm clock, its main purpose is to monitor your sleep so it can wake you up during light sleep so you awake relaxed and in a good mood. I don’t use the alarm part of the app but instead solely use it to monitor my nights sleep.

All you need to do is put your iPhone under your sheet next to your pillow and it will sense your movements during the night and tell you how long you were asleep for and how deep that sleep was too. The app needs at least 5 consecutive days of data to be able to tell you how good your sleep is and then you can also start comparing different sleep patterns on different nights. Because of this app, I can see how drinking alcohol severely reduces the quality of my sleep and the length too. Little things like this can help you make good life choices.

I you want to use it as an alarm, you pick a a 30 minute period when you want to wake up. The app monitors your sleep patterns during that 30 minutes and wakes you gently when it thinks you are ready to wake. Quite clever but not something that I want to use.

Screenfeeder – Joseph Keller

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Sometimes I don’t want to keep opening apps in order to stay current with my social networks. Staying up to date requires jumping between apps several times per day. To make sure I keep on top of everything without constantly moving between apps, I use Screenfeeder. Screenfeeder puts all of your social feeds in one place and shows you new items as they come in, one at a time. While Screenfeeder limits you primarily to reading your feed, you can interact a little with different items. For instance, you can retweet and mark tweets as favorites or like posts from Facebook and Instagram. Screenfeeder keeps your screen on while in the app so it’s best to use it while your device is plugged in.

Screenfeeder is universal, offered for free, and allows you follow one of your feeds for free, with an option to buy access to each successive service for .99 each, or all services for .99.

Wacky Rapids – Chris Parsons

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I have to admit, although I’ve been playing this game for quite some time now I initially discovered it on BlackBerry. Not that that’s a bad thing by any means, just rather interesting all things considered. Wacky Rapids comes to us via Paw Print Games with the goal of course being fairly simple. Get your racer down the river as fast as you can to both come in first place and score the largest amount of points. That may sound easy but given the obstacles and different levels you’ll face its gets harder as the game goes on. Wacky Rapids is an accelerometer based game so there will be plenty of twisting and turning your device in order to keep your racer on the right track. Overall, it’s a pretty fun game that’s enjoyable for all ages plus, it’s available as a free download. With over 120 missions to complete, it’ll keep you busy.

## PWN – Simon Sage

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When I was a kid, my dad assumed that because I spent all of my time playing video games, I could have a future in programming. If I was more industrious and less insolent, that might have panned out, but at least now I can pretend I’m a bad-ass hacker in this new competitive puzzle game called PWN. Players battle over nodes, which are computers embodied by little cubes connected in a network which is visible as a 3D mesh. Players can only hack into one node at a time, and it takes a few seconds to capture it. You can only capture nodes connected to ones you already control, and if nodes ever become separated from the rest of your network, they become vulnerable to attack. Players use a variety of special defensive and offensive abilities to control the whole network, and pick hacker characters that have certain bonuses when using those abilities. Every character has their own single-player campaign, or you can go up against a buddy in a multiplayer match over Bluetooth. If you’ve got a soft spot for the mid-90s movie Hackers, definitely check this one out.

History Here – Ally Kazmucha

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I am a huge History Channel nerd and if I’m not watching my regular shows, I’ve always got a learning channel or home improvement channel on. When I came across the History Here app, I was slightly intrigued. It basically shows you all the historical areas and attractions in your vicinity. I was past intrigued when I realized there are lots of things in my immediate area that I never even knew about.

History Here will use your current location to find things around you that are of historical importance. Some of these are attractions or museums while others are parks or geographical locations. Whether you’re into history or not, it’s worth taking a look. Never hurts to learn something new!

Photolettering – Rene Ritchie

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John Gruber of Daring Fireball linked to Photolettering yesterday and I’ve been playing around with it ever since. The gist is this: take or open photos, neaten them up the way you like, then add House Industries fonts and Photo-Lettering alphabets to take them to the next level, and share away.

There’s an art to layering finely crafted lettering onto eye popping photography that makes the end result far more than the sum of its parts. It’s something high end posters, postcards, and book covers have done for years. And now, thanks to Photolettering, you can do it simply and easily right on your iPhone.

Photolettering is free with a few fonts, additional fonts are available via in-app purchase. They’re .99 each or .99 for all of them. Check it out and let me know if you have as much fun with it as I’m having.

Slacker Radio – Leanna Lofte

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This week, I started working out at a gym today and since I don’t have a single song stored on my iPhone and must have music to work out, I turned to Slacker Radio. I’ve had a membership with Slacker for a long time now and the interface on the iPhone (and web) recently received a nice makeover. There are other similar services out there, but I’ve always been happy with Slacker.

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Now that we’ve chosen our favorites for the week, we want to hear yours! Did you pick up a killer app, accessory, or game this week? Let us know in the comments below!

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Magic Radio by doubleTwist has been launched, aims to win the music streaming competition (video)

Magic Radio by doubleTwist The internet is abuzz today with a new music streaming service by doubleTwist. Called Magic Radio, it looks to directly compete with music streaming services like Spotify and Pandora. At a paltry a month, it’s definitely cheaper than, or on par with, other music streaming services and Magic Radio boasts a superior library of music.

To get get started with Magic Radio, you download the already popular doubleTwist Player music app from the Google Play Store. Open the app and you can start your 7 day free trial of Magic Radio. As stated, the service has a recurring monthly charge of .99. What’s nice about it is that you can use your Google account to pay for it so there is no long forms to fill out. Just confirm purchase and go.

Once you’re in, it’s a pretty familiar interface for those who use these streaming apps frequently. You can set up radio stations based on genres or artists you like. A perk is since you pay for the service, all the streaming is completely ad free and there are none of those skip song limits like you’d see on Pandora. Also, as the video below points out, Magic Radio has over 15 million songs at their disposal. That is more than most streaming services by a wide margin.

Is Magic Radio by doubleTwist worth using?

Our initial thoughts are that this is a very impressive streaming service. So far it’s been able to play most of what we’ve thrown at it, including the most popular stuff. There is the ability to share songs you’re listening to via Facebook and Twitter. If you don’t like a station or an option, you can simply swipe to delete it. All in all, a very strong offering from doubleTwist. The only caveat is that you have to pay for it. There is no free, ad-supported option.

We’ll save our full opinion of Magic Radio for our full, official review tomorrow so if you want to check it out more, stay tuned as we’ll be bringing you more in depth information about Magic Radio. Also, Derek Ross, Scott Anderson, and the rest of the Android Authority On Air crew will have doubleTwist Chief Creative Officer Sebastiaan de With on the show for an interview this coming Thursday at 9:30pm Eastern Standard Time. So be sure to check in on our Google+ page around that time if you want to check that out.

If you want to see more, check the video below. For those who have used it, what is everyone’s take on doubleTwist’s Magic Radio so far?

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Looking for a new sweet radio app for your BlackBerry 10 smartphone? Check out Radio Player+

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As I write this Blackberry 10 is still less than two months old but for you music fans out there it’s already nice to see a decent selection of Radio applications rocking out in BlackBerry World. Radio Player+ is the latest I have been tinkering around with and although the name is not as well know as some of the other house hold names (yet) such as Nobex or Slacker, the developers of Radio Player+ have done a great job and i’m loving the app.

Being Built for BlackBerry the app takes on a common standard simple user interface and the colours used are minimalistic – just black and white – but it works well. The music is actually supplied from SHOUTcast but the developers are manually adding radio stations constantly. They have initially focused on a selection of key countries but they assure me that the list will increase indefinitely.

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As with many BlackBerry 10 applications – accessing the different sections of the app is achieved using the tabs at the base of the display. In Radio Player+ these include Favorites, Search, Genres and Top 100. The Genres one is pretty in-depth as once you select a style of music, such as rock for example, you are then shown a further list to filter the stations by style of rock. I’m getting on a bit now so the glam rock section seems to be getting my attention – oh, the good old days!

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