As the popularity of mobile radio stations increase, the sheer number of those radio stations is also on the rise. Naturally, mobile radio fans will now need an app that helps them to keep track of their favorite radio stations.
Enter Onseeker Technologies, a company that has released a mobile app for radio stations. Touted as the fourth version of the offering, it is equipped with numerous new fan engagement abilities for both online and terrestrial radio stations.
One of its new features include podcast archives, which is a highly requested feature that allows radio stations to archive full audio shows and episode listings. Users just need to upload or link to the podcasts. It also includes other features such as trivia games, voting games, audio recording submission, commenting and photo upload.
Onseeker develops numerous apps to make smartphones and mobile devices so work better for their owners. In essence, the company’s online radio apps can turn the Internet into the largest worldwide radio.
“Each of these features has been specifically designed to give even more creative freedom to radio stations looking to take their content mobile and break free of larger 'group driven' radio apps," mentioned David Lee (News - Alert), Business Development Team member at Onseeker. "Many of these new features have limitless potential, and can result in engagement between listeners and radio stations that's never been attempted before through mobile devices.”
Recently, the staff at Onseeker made use of the feedback of numerous fans and nearly one hundred sports teams currently making use of their platform in order to create an update to their extremely popular sports team apps. The company was looking to create a version of the app platform that was both attractive for fans and revenue generating for teams.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein