July 24, 2014
What new apps have you downloaded lately do you find really useful?
Jimmy Steal, Power 106: Nextradio! All the music, images and digital functionality of your station thru the FM chip in your phone, and no data charges for the audio streaming.

Brian Mack, WXXL: UBER, now in Orlando.

Jeff Hurley, Clear Channel/PA: The new Total Traffic App is great for checking the roads. I love all the amusement park apps too. Hersheypark and Disney have them. Helps you navigate around the parks with GPS.

Jonathan Reed, WNOK: Jawbone Up app. Keeps tracks of the steps and sleep I'm not getting.

Randi West, WFLZ/WMTX: Aviary. Photo app.

 

 

 

Big Rob, KSME: Not because it's out to promote, but the Total Traffic app is my new fav app. Itís saved me a ton of time.

Roxy Myzal, hardDrive: hardDriveRadio app (itís coming!)

Sean "The Rabbi" Tyszler, WMMR: I downloaded a few "Metal" trivia games that I found useful and fun.

Brody, WLDI: Uber and List are the most recent.

Jason Squires, KFRR: 7 Eleven app, to get my free Ďish for 7 Eleven Week.

Jon Zellner, Clear Channel: Flipboard, Vine and AroundMe.

Tommy Chuck, WFLZ: Repost for Instagram.

Christy Taylor, 91X: Instasound, it makes #tunestuesday way better.

Alex Tear, Y100: Uber, Miami just got it! Although old, not here!

 

 


Brian Michel, Clear Channel Atlanta
: Chrome Remote Desktop and Fly Delta.

Mike Miller, WHKF: Wunderlust app. Itís a to-do list that you can share with others.

Toby Knapp, WIHT: The iHeartRadio app. Yes.

Kobe, WAPE: Shazam and Mixcloud.

David Dyer, WB Records: WAZE, the best navigation app out there.

Valentine, Y100: iHeartRadioÖSorry had to say that. I love Shazamís local tab, itís a BIG help.

Bob Patrick, WXLK: My Kroger supermarket app. Lots of digital coupons and lets me know when my prescriptions are ready. #ballerstatus

Jagger, WHTZ: The Fresh Direct app is great for getting food.

 

 

 

Fishboy, WKRZ: Shazam.

Slacker, WDZH: I use Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. Iím not really an app guy.

Jordan, KSLZ: AnyList (grocery store list app that my wife and I can update separately). What's The Phrase game app. RunKeeper (my Couch-to-5K companion!)

Java Joel Murphy, WAKS: Dropbox for various files I need to access. Alien Blue for all of my Reddit needs. Iíve had Shazam for years, but it really is a great app to see what songs our listeners are most intrigued by.

Brodie, KCHZ: Not a big app guy, but I'd like to know what others are using so I can use them too! I am using the Twitter app a lot (follow @Brodie957) and the new RDIO app...25 million songs at your fingertips anytime you want them...it's pretty sweet!

Chase Murphy, KXXM: Most of my apps are kid related. Talking Tom keeps them from screaming in the car and allows my wife and I to have a conversation.

Jared Banks, KUDD: There was one we just used while in California, my wife downloaded it. You plug in where youíre going and what youíre looking for and it uses your GPS and the pins on Google maps to tell you whatís along the way. Itís great because every time we drove through a little town it would tell you about these Mom & Pop restaurants and give you reviews.

Shadow, KRQA: Shazam will give you what people are shazaming locally. It's never a Rock track so I hate that app.

Skywalker, WSPK: WAZE! Great traffic app.

Next Week's Question Of The Week:
What is the one thing you covet most at your radio station and why is this so important to you?
e-Mail your responses to: jodorisio@fmqb.com or bburke@fmqb.com

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