why is there two tunein radio apps?

x-evil-x

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on my ip5 the black APP drains my battery super fast. does the white app do the same?
 
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x-evil-x

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The title does not have anything to do with the subject, your luring people to your thread by deceiving them.

As for the question, you really think colour makes a difference?
obviously if you looked at the app there is a black tunein Radio and a white Tunein Radio.


Im not talking about color of a phone...
 

PAC88

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how fast does it drain your battery? could be a combination of your signal strength and whatever else you're doing on it simultaneously.

I use that app on my blackberry bold and the phone does get warmer than usual.
 

justperry

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I'm a rolling stone.
obviously if you looked at the app there is a black tunein Radio and a white Tunein Radio.


Im not talking about color of a phone...
Better edit then because the way you say it is really confusing.

If there are two Apps, I don't know those apps, and one of them is consuming more juice then I suspect one of them is coded very bad, or has a memory leak.
Strange though, shouldn't they be the same?
 

x-evil-x

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how fast does it drain your battery? could be a combination of your signal strength and whatever else you're doing on it simultaneously.

I use that app on my blackberry bold and the phone does get warmer than usual.
its dropping 20% in 45 minutes or less usually. The black app at least.
i just tried reinstalling it and not letting it use my location or notifications.
 

PAC88

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I just researched a bit since I'll probably use that app when I get my iphone.

This could be part of the problem?
go into settings for tune in & change the "Disable auto-lock" setting to off.. after you do that, it will allow your screen to dim when using using the app.
 

x-evil-x

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I just researched a bit since I'll probably use that app when I get my iphone.

This could be part of the problem?
go into settings for tune in & change the "Disable auto-lock" setting to off.. after you do that, it will allow your screen to dim when using using the app.
i usually dont keep it open. its running in the background most the time.
 
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