FM Navi

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  • Last update: 8 years ago
  • Version: 1.1
  • Size: 2.6 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Ignition L.P.
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
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Using this app and an AUVIO™ FM transmitter, you can listen to tunes from your iPod touch/iPhone through any FM frequency.

NOTE: This application requires a compatible AUVIO FM transmitter. AUVIO products are sold exclusively at RadioShack. Please visit www.radioshack.com or your local RadioShack store.

Just plug in your AUVIO FM transmitter, music from your iPhone/iPod touch can be transmitted at any frequency from 88.1 to 107.9MHz.

Transmission frequency setting is simple and intuitive. Use the wheel or 3 programmable preset buttons to easily recall a station frequency.

Music control buttons, including play, pause, skip forward and skip back, let you control music on-the-fly.

Plus, the color palette provides you more fun. You can choose your favorite color to bring your FM Navi a new look.

It is more than music in the air. FM Navi provides you the performance you need.

Features:
- Tune by the wheel or 3 programmable station preset buttons
- Song information
- Music control buttons
- Configurable appearance


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3 Comments


  • JS
    Jeff Schoenhard
    iTunes
    First off the hardware portion of this product couldn't find any usable station. I tried all stations manually too. think I paid over $70 for it, and returned it for a $50 Belkin TuneCast that works great. If you shop around, I bet you can get a better price too. There's also a bug where the app will tell you to plug the cable into the I/O port even though it already is, which other reviewers are complaining about. You can unplug it then plug it back in and it recognizes it, but it's a huge pain. Changing stations through the app using the diaper is nearly impossible while driving, and the scan feature doesn't find even remotely eligible stations.
  • KF
    Kevin Fisher
    iTunes
    Works good for a few minutes then randomly shuts off unless you switch the songs numerous times before letting it play. Then you can't use Pandora on it to listen to anything! AND on top of all that, there aren't any instructions or customer service to help with any problems you have!! Still no update to fix anything either..seems like a quick buck they wanted to make especially with no updates to fix anything at all. DO NOT BUY!
  • iTunes
    For the amount of time it did work, it was finicky at best. If I didn't hold my phone just right it would have the worst fuzz. Then I had to hold it with a clear line to my antenna, wouldn't sound good sitting in my lap or in coin tray. Then to make matters worse, it suddenly stopped working. I see I'm not the only one this affected. I've already ordered a new one and it's not an auvio... Flaming dung, and that's being nice.

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