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iOS SwiftUI Radio App with Google Sheets as Backend

iOS SwiftUI Radio App with Google Sheets as Backend

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Here some new ideas for your next app! Pick the favorites radio stations for your users and put it into the beautiful interface. Using this modern radio template, you can easily connect to the Google Sheets and edit it anytime by adding new stations or reorder it as more favorites. Using the latest SwiftUI technology you can edit the UI and see changes live without running it several times. As a bonus, you can build it for macOS too!

It simple, It cheap and It works!

Radio player app is used to listening online radio that gets all the stations for all know tool Google Spreadsheets.

ADVANTAGE OF THIS APP:

  • Native code (easy to customize)
  • Skinning via Assets folder (colors, images, icons)
  • Uses SwiftUI with live editing
  • Light and Dark mode
  • Fluent Animation with loader
  • Background streaming playback
  • Lockscreen music control panel
  • Can be controller via headphones
  • Volume Bar
  • Clean code.
Bonus! The app is portable for macOS and iPad! (Note: Admob not support macOS)

BACKEND (ADMIN)

Creating new database is simple by making a copy of the sheet document and filling with our data that connect to your application. All you need is just to provide stream url, image url (logo), genre and title.

YOU GET:

  • Documentation
  • Source code (Swift)
  • Icons, Images
  • Stations template (link to Google sheets and can be copied)

Demo: Please check the video here (ios apps can’t be shared around the AppStore, sorry…)

Here what our customers this about it

Version 1.2.0
- a separate version with Admob banner and interstitial 
- fixed mute and unmute stream when Interstitial Ad is shown

Version 1.1.2
- Performance improvements
- SwiftUI implemented
- Support Dark Mode

Version 1.1.0
- Icons set in Assets
- Colors in Assets
- Fluent Animation

Version 1.0.0
- initial release

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