2011
10.05

So it’s been a while since our last update but fear not, we are as busy as ever at Tuna Towers and plenty has been happening behind the scenes. Recently, we’ve been working on improving the search functionality, a core part of our service. Firstly, as you may have noticed we recently updated the ‘station search’ on the website to make it more responsive and user-friendly (this is the first step in a general search overhaul that will see continued improvements over the coming months). Secondly we’ve added new search powers to the Desktop Player, as described below…

Ever since the launch of our Desktop Radio Player we’ve wanted to allow individual stations to be searched, and today we’re dead chuffed to announce the release of a new version of the player that includes this much-requested feature.

It’s pretty straightforward, as you’ll see:

1) Open the Desktop Player:
Radio Tuna Desktop Player

2) Click on the ‘Current Station’ box:
Radio Tuna Desktop Player

3) Start typing the name of the station you want:
Radio Tuna Desktop Player

4) Choose your station:
Radio Tuna Desktop Player

Pretty simple, eh? As always, we’ve worked hard to make it as easy to use as possible and we hope you’ll agree that it couldn’t be easier. Try it out for yourself and let us know what you think via our Facebook page or Twitter. And as always, don’t forget – if you’ve got any suggestions, please drop by the Desktop Player Feedback Forum to let us know. Thanks!

For existing users, upgrading is a doddle – if you’ve already downloaded the player, just fire it up and let the upgrade process run. If you haven’t downloaded the player yet, head over to the download page to grab one now.

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