Seeqpod on Iphone 3G. AMAZING

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by cualexander, Jul 18, 2008.

  1. cualexander macrumors 6502a

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    Seeqpod kills Pandora. Once I found out Pandora was 64kbps mono, I scrapped it.

    I can type in almost any artist and any song and a few secs later I am listening to a high quality streaming mp3 and it plays in the background!!! You can't browse in safari but anything else works fine. Well sorta. I tried some data accessing apps and it kinda stopped. So I dont know

    You can create playlists with the full version of the site but they aren't seamless unfortunately.

    It was neat on edge but took FOREVER to stream. Not in 3g though!
    Seeqpod FTW!
     
  2. gentlegiantcrai macrumors regular

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    I second that.

    Seeqpod is great for finding that song, that you just dont have on your ipod, but everyone wants to hear it.
     
  3. cenetti macrumors 6502

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    seeqpod is good if you like to create a playlist etc...

    I just found out that in my gym I have full 5 bars 3G ....:D
    flytunes here i come.... heavy weight lifting with hardcore rock channels, then
    switch to techno/house channel for cardio...

    who needs mp3s or satellite radio etc....
     
  4. gentlegiantcrai macrumors regular

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    Still wanting for the XM and/or Sirius Radio App though. Then we wont have to buy those ugly radio tuners.
     
  5. harodude macrumors regular

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    Seeqpod really is great!

    I love how it has tons of different site possibilities, even if one goes down.


    Pretty good amount of tunes in there!
     
  6. cenetti macrumors 6502

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    I want to see full shoutcast & live 365 application... then it'll be PERFECT!
     
  7. cualexander thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Last.fm buffers forever even on 3G for me.

    Seeqpod is near instant. True, seeqpod doesn't suggest though. And you kinda have to keep punching new songs. But still its cool.
     
  8. funnyent macrumors regular

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    I love how you can play it in the background! its so amazing! I didnt know apple would allow that!
     
  9. kas23 macrumors 603

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    This is through Safari, right? This is probably why it is allowed to run in the background. I'll have to check it out.
     

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