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Stitcher adds car mode to iOS app, encourages responsible driving

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Stitcher just announced a new car mode for its iPhone app, bringing a simplified interface that works in both portrait and landscape positions. Accessible by tapping the Stitcher logo at the top of the screen, car mode offers a pared-down version of the app’s standard UI, with bigger buttons and only the essential audio controls. It’s nowhere near as flashy as Stitcher’s BMW integration, mind you, but the point is to keep your eyes on the road and off your iPhone’s screen. The app gets a few other updates this time around: a front page with top headlines, one-tap access to shows and podcasts you’re searching for and improved playback when you’re picking up in the middle of a show. Head to the source link below to give the app a spin, and drive safely!

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Source: Stitcher Blog, Stitcher Radio (iTunes)

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Stitcher browser plugins for Chrome and Firefox now available

Stitcher browser plugins for Chrome and Firefox now available

Stitcher has lived comfortably on the web since late October, but now the audio streaming experience is expanding its territory with browser plugins. On Chrome, the freshly announced add-on offers quick access to the full-fledged HTML 5 app, while on Firefox it also serves up play and skip buttons to control audio, along with information about what’s currently playing. Itching to nab the extension for the web-based Stitcher? Hit the source links below for the downloads.

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Source: Stitcher Blog, Chrome Web Store, Firefox Add-ons

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Podcast aggregator Stitcher makes jump from mobile to the desktop

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Podcast collector and playback solution Stitcher has shown up on the desktop with a brand-new internet application. Any HTML5-capable browser will certainly have the ability to run the personal computer variation of Stitcher, with the internet app pulling in any sort of beloved stations and podcasts that you & rsquo; re utilized to hearing on mobile gadgets once you log in. The browser-based variant shares some similarities to the mobile apps too, featuring Smart Stations, a feature initially seen in June that recommends brand-new programs relying on your listening practices. Furthermore, individuals will certainly be able to pick up on the desktop computer where they left off on mobile, with the solution monitoring the last pay attention position in any sort of provided show. Stitcher keeps in mind that its HTML5-powered solution is still in beta, but anyone keen to …

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Stitcher Radio debuts The Stitcher List, a new way to discover podcasts worth listening to

Stitcher Radio debuts The Stitcher List, a new way to discover podcasts worth listening to

If you like to remain informed and entertained while on-the-go, you’re no doubt familiar with the deluge of live radio broadcasts and on-demand podcasts accessible from your smartphone — the selection is awesome, but it can also be a bit intimidating. Now, the creators of Stitcher are looking to bring a bit of insight to the discovery process with a new service known as The Stitcher List. Here, users may browse 15 different categories to find weekly updates of trending shows, along with the most popular and the most shared broadcasts of the week. The Stitcher List is set to go live on the company’s website today, and the wheels are already in motion to integrate it with Stitcher’s multi-platform smartphone apps. So, if you’ve been meaning to find a reason to untangle those earbuds, consider this your sign.

Stitcher Radio debuts The Stitcher List, a new way to discover podcasts worth listening to originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 29 May 2012 12:00:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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BMW launches Stitcher integration at SXSW (hands-on video)

BMW launches Stitcher integration at SXSW (hands-on video)
BMW announced today at SXSW that it’s teaming up with Stitcher to integrate the popular iPhone app’s on-demand streaming functionality into vehicles equipped with the BMW Apps and Mini Connected technologies. We ran into BMW’s Robert Passaro in the halls of Austin’s Convention Center and he was kind enough to give us an exclusive demo of Stitcher inside a lovely BMW 650i convertible ahead of today’s launch. Most the iPhone app’s features are available using the vehicle’s infotainment system, including the ability to search, provide feedback (“More Like This” and “Listeners Also Like”), and create / remove custom stations — album art is even displayed in high-resolution alongside show information. Take a look at our gallery below, then watch us tune Stitcher into the Engadget Mobile Podcast right from the BMW’s center console in our hands-on video after the break.

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BMW launches Stitcher integration at SXSW (hands-on video) originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 12 Mar 2012 10:00:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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