iOS and Android Phone App for OneMob Radio
[by Tash Gillespie]
Onemob Radio. Image: supplied
OneMob Radio is proud to announce that after a few months of work the team has developed an iOS and Android Phone App for OneMob Radio.
This means you will be able to download the “OneMob Radio” App on the Apple or Google Play Store, and is available on most phones, making for an easier listening experience for people right across Australia.
OneMob Radio is a first nations web-based Media Platform celebrating first nations people, stories, achievements and culture. The Web-Based Radio Station launched in November 2020 by Lachlan Skinner and his team of Presenters.
Going from strength-to-strength OneMob Radio has come so far as a Station and local profile, with many Outside Broadcasts, events and engagements this station is making waves across this great country.
The new app allows people to listen as soon as they open the app, making for a smoother process for mob to enjoy the on-air content that fills OneMob Radio 24 hours, 7 days a week.
“Our team has always worked so hard at making this station look and sound as professional as possible; you see and hear that feedback from a lot of people. This app is just another huge step along the same track,” Lachlan Skinner said.
“These apps will make for an easier listening experience and even more enjoyable than it already is. These apps are very easy to use and this is because we want it to be for everyone and anyone”.
The apps are available now and everyone is encouraged to download it and continue to enjoy the Radio Station.
The app has already been tried by some community members with a lot of great feedback already being provided back to the team.
“This will change the game! We are so proud of this product! Really hoping communities across Australia will be keen to jump on and support,” TiddaTalk Host, Noelene Skinner said.
“OMG, it's so cool! I love it” - Jailena Craig (Coffs Harbour, NSW)
“So easy to use… and love how I don’t have to have the app open it can keep playing” - Michael Kennedy (Grafton, NSW)
“Privileged to be able to be a part of the Team at OneMob Radio to create this app and to see it ready to be shared is special. This will make listening to this awesome station that much easier” - Stacy Stearn (Woolgoolga, NSW)
“The new app is proper deadly! Super cool, professional and easily accessible. Love the look and making it easier to listen to my favourite shows.” – Brendan Lockwood
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