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A Note About Our iOS App

We have temporarily removed our iOS app from the App Store while we fix bugs introduced in a recent update.

UPDATE: January 21, 2021, 10:48am: A new version of our app is now available in the App Store. You can download it here:

In the process of fixing the app, we also moved it to a new developer account. After installing the new version, the old version will remain on your device. Please delete it. The old version of the app will begin showing a prompt directing users to the new app soon.

Thank you for your patience while we got this sorted out. We wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for the support of our listeners.


Original Post: Due to a problematic update from our developer, our current iOS app is having difficulties playing our station streams. We are working as quickly as we can to fix the app and restore it to working order. We apologize for any inconvenience this is causing.

While we are working on this, we encourage you to use the Listen Live page of our website, which has players for all three of our streams. Our streams are also available in a variety of other apps, such as NPR, TuneIn, and iHeart.

For context, there are 2 bugs that we are working on addressing:

  1. The app is not currently able to play audio while the app is in the background. Our developer is working on a fix for this.
  2. The app says that audio is playing, but no sound is coming out. This can be temporarily remedied by toggling the mute switch on the side of the phone. Our developer is also working on remedying this.

When the update to the app has cleared the App Store’s review process, you will receive a notification in the app that an update is available. You will be asked to install a new version from the App Store, and the previous version can be deleted after that.

Thank you for listening.

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Jared Counts

Digital Technology Manager

Jared Counts moved to Houston in 1995, survived high school and college, and graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Houston with a degree in Communications (Media Production) and a minor in Film Studies. After being hired part-time at KUHF Radio in early 2003, he proceeded to bounce between...

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