“Or simply tap on Recommendations to scroll through curated lists of stories and podcast episodes just for you.” NPR One joins several other third-party apps that are officially integrated with Car Play including, as listed by Apple on its website: i Heart Radio, At Bat, Spotify, Stitcher, CBS Radio, Overcast, Audiobooks.com, Audible, Pandora, Slacker, and Vox. It’s designed for i Phone and i Pod touch running i OS 8.0, and optimized for Apple Watch for on-the-wrist playback controls.
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The latest update to NPR One also delivers a couple of minor tweaks.
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Another high-profile app has just been added to the roster of apps that officially support Apple’s automobile dashboard standard, Car Play. As noted in our original review of the app, “If you are a news junkie but prefer to listen to your news instead of reading it, then NPR One is an app you need to have in your collection.” Through its latest update, NPR One has gained support for Car Play.
Subsequently, you can now listen to and navigate the app with ease and safety through your Car Play-enabled automobile’s in-dash entertainment system.(You can find out which cars support Car Play by looking at Apple’s official list here.) “Once you have connected NPR One to Car Play you can tap on Catch Up to get started with your National and Local newscast followed by your recommended stories,” NPR notes.