Irish Fireside on Your iPhone

There’s a new way for iPhone users to experience the Irish Fireside… the new Irish Fireside iPhone App.

Users can listen to the latest episodes on their phone (it even works over AT&T’s 3G and Edge networks, so you don’t have to wait until you are connected to wifi. There are also some bonus features… like beautiful wallpaper images and special PDF downloads.

You’re invited to check it out in the iTunes Store. A portion of the $1.99 cost goes to the Irish Fireside.

FYI – There may be an iTunes glitch at them moment that tells you the app is not available in the US store. That is not the case and if you get that message, just go to the iTunes Store, type “Irish Fireside” in the search field and the app will appear for you. Sorry about that.

Author: Corey

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  1. Got it! I’ll take it for a spin and see how it works then give feedback.

    Curious, who’s the developer?

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  2. yahoo, corey and liam! fantastic news. i’ll pass it along (and stumbled it!)…

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  3. Sweet! How cool. Off to check it out.

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  4. So I’ve been using it now for a little while and all’s been great. The very first time I used it I found a bug (I believe it was the Twitter button not going anywhere) and sent in a support ticket. In less than 2 days I received a reply that the problem had been addressed, which was fantastic. You obviously went with the right people for your app (I hope it wasn’t too expensive to develop).

    I’d love to have some more images to download, ideally in iPhone/iTouch wallpaper size. That would be lovely.

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  5. This is great, you guys! Congratulations. I am going to have to give it a spin on the ole iPad!

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