Had has a Lenovo tablet, and his iHeartRadio app shows audio in "slow motion." What gives? Leo says to update the app. It's probably an older app that's having issues with the streaming bitrate. Also, try changing the quality setting in the app's settings menu. That could fix it.
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Ed wants to know if there are any music websites that are free. Leo says that streaming music services like Spotify and Pandora have free tiers, with ads. Apple has Beats One Radio. Spotify is the best. Radio.com. IHeartRadio.com, Tunein.com. All free.
Ezekiel has a leftover phone that he uses as an mp3 player. It isn't activated and all he can use it for is an mp3 player. Leo says that even if users haven't activated it, they can still connect via WiFi. And they can also download it. At the least, I Heart Radio is caching the show while Ezekiel is listening to it, making it local to his device.
Steve wants to know why it's so difficult to tune into an Internet radio station. There has to be a better way than just search and then hunt around. Why isn't there a search protocol that's common? Leo says that it only works like that if there's a central authority. But the Internet isn't like that. Googling a radio station isn't always the best because every station does it differently.
Marion listens to Leo's shows on her desktop but wants to also listen to it on her mobile phone when she's driving. Leo says that I Heart Radio is a great app that streams Leo's shows, as does Tune In Radio. CBS Radio is also an option. With those three, there's pretty much no station you can't get.