We have made it super easy to cancel KQED subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "KQED Inc." (the developer) uses to bill you.
Now let us get into the crux of this guide.
Table of Contents:
A few things to note and do before cancelling:
To cancel your KQED subscription on PayPal, do the following:
To delete KQED from your iPhone, Follow these steps:
Listen to this app’s live radio stream wherever you are. Enjoy your favorite public radio programs, including Forum, The California Report, Morning Edition, and All Things Considered, as well as original this app podcasts like Bay Curious, The Bay, Rightnowish and more. New features include: - Anyone can browse and listen to podcasts in a new tab. - Members can view their member card from the menu. Other features include: - Pause and rewind the live radio stream. - Set reminders for upcoming live programs. - Listen to this app original podcasts on-demand. - Read the latest Bay Area news from this app. About this app: this app is an NPR and PBS member station serving the people of Northern California with a community-supported alternative to commercial media. We exist to inform, inspire, and involve the Bay Area community. Learn more at www.this app.org.
The new app is a drastic improvement. It’s much more user friendly. 5⭐️
What an amazing app!!
I use this app every single day to listen to this app through my headphones. The only issue I have with it is that I've never been able to get the alarm function to work properly because I would love to wake up to this app but every time I set the alarm and it doesn't go off. If they can get that fixed it'll get a five star, until then four stars, love the app.
By SF Dawn
The app quits frequently for no apparent reason. When I go to restart it, there’s a message “tap to restart”….which is directly in the way of the “start” button. Please eliminate this message, we ALL know how to start/restart the intuitive app. Thank you.
I use this app quite often because it’s pretty nice to be able to listen to the radio on my phone. There’s a nice big play button when you open the app, making it easy to start listening right away (of course a 3D Touch shortcut would be even better.) Aside from that much appreciated play button, the rest of the ui has looked mostly unappealing and I haven’t bothered to explore whatever else is on offer. Now here comes the major flaw; when you first start listening, there is the paid sponsorship statement of about 10 seconds or so, this isn’t that bad and not the problem here— the problem is that whenever the phone switches from LTE to WiFi, the app completely cuts the stream AND makes you listen to the sponsored statement again! This is a huge annoyance when I’m paying close attention to an interesting statement and my phone decides to switch networks. This happens a lot when pulling into the driveway and my phone pick up the WiFi. Anyway, this app is a pretty good way to get a high quality stream of this app aside from that one annoyance. Of course, the real reason I can’t listen to the actual 88.5 FM signal is only because Apple won’t unlock the iPhone’s FM radio to developers, but that’s a different issue altogether.
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