Aha 3.4 is available in the iTunes app store today (coming to the Google Play Store later this week), and the release brings arguably one of our most requested features. Both versions now feature support for voice commands. Along with that comes support for more m4a formatted files and streams, bringing even more content into the mix. We’ve also improved how we handle streaming content to improve playback in spotty coverage areas.
Time for another blast from the past. Many of the newer users may not even be aware that we have an alternate display mode called “Walking Mode.” And if they don’t know that, they are probably wondering what the My Feeds station does. Read below to learn all about it.
Time for another throwback post with a tip that could be really useful for a lot of the newer Aha Radio users.
You’ve probably noticed that an awful lot of the recent blog posts have been talking about using Aha with an integrated car stereo (like the Pioneer AVIC models), but we also know that not everyone is going to have the option to upgrade stereos just to use Aha. That’s why I’m dusting off a blog post from early last year that provides the down low scoop on how to hook up to just about any current stereo system.
One of the stations that seems to be getting an awful lot of attention these days is the Facebook station. If you aren’t familiar with it, users who complete Facebook Connect can hear a text to speech conversion of status updates from your Facebook Newsfeed.
A handful of users have been experiencing unexpected crashes with our latest version of Aha Radio for iPhone (1.5.4). The reports have been very rare, but we’ve been working frantically to nail down the cause of the crash (which happens during launch, when the location message appears).
March Madness may already be underway, and many people have had almost an entire half-day to get their St. Paddy’s day fun on, but there could be a great many of you who are still stuck at work (and thus have not become totally inebriated).
Did you know that Aha Radio’s default setting is to automatically filter out anything that contains profane or explicit material? That may be the default…but we also like to give users a choice, which is why I’m here today to tell you all about the preference called Allow Explicit Content.
Unless you were living under a rock, there’s a good chance that you heard about the release of the much ballyhooed Apple iPad last Saturday.
Now that you have all this great Aha Radio content playing on your iPhone you probably want to know the best way to get it playing through your existing car stereo. Depending on how old your car and/or car stereo is there can be a lot of things to consider.