MacVoicesTV also delivers tips, product reviews, demos and more. Instant access, just touch and play!As an added bonus, you get bonus stuff only available through this app!* Downloadble Beyond Ghosts Wallpaper for your iPhone / iPod Touch* Access to exclusive bonus content including outtakes, paranormal investigation videos, paranormal evidence, exclusive "App only" interviews, and more!* Email the show your questions and comments* Follow the show on Twitter* Follow the show on FacebookThe Beyond Ghosts App contains the following features:* Streaming access to play episode from anywhere* Always updated with the latest episodes- and an archived back catalog* Download the episodes and play them when offline* Playback resume (when interrupted by a call or other distraction)* Favorites (mark the episodes you want to return back to over and over)* Quick access to all the contact methods for the show(Please note, not all features are available for all episodes. Because everyones pain level is unique to them, it becomes critical that a sufferer from pain monitors this on a regular basis.
- You can turn off all network functions and still be able to find your way around.
What's new in this version:- Fixed a minor bug that caused the app not to respond to touches Notes are higher in pitch as you move from the outside to the middle of the screen. )What's new in this version:Minor bug fixes and iCloud support.
EVEN MORE ON PRO: - Sound continues even on Sleep Mode. - on iOS4 it works on background! You can do other things while listening your radio stations. com/ Any doubt or if you need some help just send us an email: help @ idea-factory.
All map areas are available without needing to go online.
Search feature allows you to find and jump to what you need.
This app works with radios that uses Internet to broadcast. What's new in this version:OpenStreetMap data updated to March 23, 2011.NOTICE: - This app needs WiFi or 3G. 1 FM- Santa Monica 95. As buildings in Glenway continue to burn, Miles cannot help but think Jillian is a target.
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