We have made it super easy to cancel NPR One subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "NPR" (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 NPR One subscription on PayPal, do the following:
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To delete NPR One from your iPhone, Follow these steps:
It would be hypocritical of me to rate NPR1 anything less than 5 because even with its frustrating feature shortages, I listen round the clock. I get that the lack of controls/queue/15-sec-skip are to promote binging and “discovery” outside my usual subscriptions. If that’s the goal, then send me more variety in new/local/non-NPR shows. (Even add shows outside my lefty echo chamber :o). I’m over the fact that clicking “interesting” simply gets me more stories from that show or category rather than nuanced insightful predictions like Netflix (yo, non-profit budget). Still, within the simple objectives of the app, there are some essential practical improvements. Many of us listen while driving/doing something else with hands and eyes. We can’t always share, rate or save before the story disappears, and the hmmm moment often comes at the end of an episode. We might not even see the name of the show that just ended so we can look it up. Please add the option to go back or at least see previously heard stories. We also wander away from our desks/attentiveness and want to know what we missed. I’ll put the rest of my suggestions in the app’s suggestion box.
My Radio went out in the truck awhile back and so I don’t have access to 90.1 so I tried out the App and I use it all the time. It’s great for local stories, connects to your local broadcast similar to how the radio method does, or I can use the explore option if I wanna find something specific or I can hit catch up and it plays up to date/recent stories and news coverage. I am constantly driving between towns no ones ever heard of in rural utah and it Connects/ works great- seriously have been impressed on the content and the functionality of it. So, thanks! ps Make sure your phone is updated because there’s one review about it shorting out or bugging but I had that problem so tried installing belated updates cause I’m horrible at doing those on the smart phone and it’s worked great ever since, and the set up in car isn’t that great it’s an old Nissan pushing 300k Miles.
By Slippery Pete
I understand the complaints of some other reviewers. If they are experiencing crashes or very high data usage then there is a problem. I haven’t experienced these problems. I live overseas and miss NPR and this app is absolutely perfect for me. It’s like an intelligent radio station in that there is only some user control, and for the most part it will play what it plays, learning over time what kinds of programs you prefer. If I wanted an NPR podcast portal this wouldn’t fit the bill. But what I want is an NPR radio station that allows some control but otherwise plays a mix of familiar and new content, with little to no interaction by me, and I love it. It plays and plays and plays while I work around the house or office, occasionally skipping a show here or there. Perfect. Bravo to the developers for delivering so well on a somewhat novel concept.
So I’ve heard the “npr one” commercial countless times while listening to some of the NPR podcasts during my drives, while i wash the dishes, at work.. etc & although I listened to the podcasts of shows i loved, I did miss actually listening on the radio (because I’m often out of range). I love that i can listen to my local station now with this app wherever I am (although... should their be a nostalgic section where you can listen through static? Literally the only thing ppl will still keep on through static & barely be able to make it out... bc it’s that good lol. That was my childhood riding in the backseat of the car, listening to static laden NPR programs my parents were playing.) Anyway— thank you for making this app so user friendly, personal, efficient, informative & esp. providing the little snippets of stories... love it!!!
I listen to this app every day. In the morning getting ready. When I’m making dinner at night. A lot of nights I even fall asleep to it. The rotation of stories is good and it does a good job of picking this based on what I like. I don’t use the search function a lot but I feel like that could be a smidgen better. My only complaint, and tbh I don’t know if this is the app itself or my phone. There have been times when the app started out of nowhere even if it wasn’t previously launched. So I was in class or a meeting and all of a sudden “NEW ENGLAND PUBLIC RADIO IS RIGHT HERE. LIVE FROM NPR NEWS IN WASHINGTON IM JACK SPEER” now. Don’t get me wrong. Jack Speer’s voice could charm me down a live subway tunnel. But it was mildly embarrassing. So to fix it, I just turned of “auto play on launch” and that’s fixed it. All in all 6/5 stars.
By Jim Homer
Aug 21 2021
Can not delete npr. It keeps popping up on my drag down menue
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