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Introducing... WKMS Mobile Site & Mobile Web App!
Our stats are showing that more and more people access WKMS through their mobile devices from iPhones to Kindles. We've worked with NPR Digital Services to bring you a mobile-friendly version of wkms.org. On our mobile site, both of our web streams load quickly. Local news coverage updates in a river-style format similar the one at our full site, for optimized browsing. We've also added links to our full site, pledge form, and a click for feedback.
And Now for A Really Cool Feature:
If you're using an iPhone, you can make the WKMS Mobile Site an app that appears on your home screen. Go to wkms.org using the Safari browser, click on the options button and tap "Add to Home Screen." Listening to WKMS on your phone made simple!
*We're still testing out this function with other types of smartphones. Send us feedback with what you discover and we'll add it to this page: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Troubleshooting for Web App:
If you can't hear either stream on the mobile site, try clearing the Safari cache in your Settings. Go to your Settings, scroll down and tap Safari, then tap "Clear History" and "Clear Cookies and Data."
It also may be possible that you have the speaker tab switched off on the side of your phone by the volume controls.
*If you encounter any other problems or resolved an issue, let us know and we'll add it to this troubleshooting section: email@example.com.