Securenet Systems Mobile Listener App


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The company's fifth-generation iOS app for radio stations and listeners, the new version is free and has additional advanced features, a user-friendly interface as well as a sleeker layout. Similar to the recently released Android app, it provides a station with continuity and consistency across all platforms, and is optimized for phones and tablets alike, with all features easily accessible by a new slide-out menu. Most of the mobile app features can be customized via the radio station manager's Control Panel. Stations can update their station logo, station info and skins, among others, making it easy to edit information and programming on the fly. Audio playback is via the HE-AACv2 codec. Among the new features controllable by the station are different backgrounds, a sleep timer with sound beds for sleep, alarm clock, social networking pages, mosquito zapper, app-sharing and many others. Other basic features such as album art, playlists, song information and others have been enhanced as well.
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