Grainger “Get it Done” gives you the chance to ask questions and interact with NBC Sports Radio.
Ratings and Reviews
It mostly does what it’s supposed to
If all you want is to listen to NBC Sports Radio, this app is sufficient enough. But it’s bare bones. There’s no pause or rewind feature. And it has the feel of abandonware. As I write this review, there has been no update in two years. I only use it to listen to PFT. NBC Sports Radio has a very limited footprint nationwide as far as radio affiliates; so unless you live near one of those stations, the only way to listen is this app or streaming it on your computer from the web.
Not a great app. You can listen to what’s live only. There is a great library of on demand content you can see but not access through the app. So I can only listen to Dave Smith while streaming from my laptop, making the app pretty useless to me. I am sure the rest of the mobile world was not able to listen to their favorite hosts when they could actually be able to as well.
Now they are getting rid of everyone and I can only think that this poor app was a part of their rating problems.
Terrible, repetitive commercials
I downloaded the app to specifically listen to PFT live. For every 7 minutes of PFT live, you get 7 minutes of the same commercials. It’s either progressive, NAPA, Geico or NBC toting it’s own horn. What makes matters worse is when NBC advertises its other talk shows, the voice over sounds like he’s talking in a big open room with a ton of echoes. It’s ok the first time you hear it but to constantly hear it on EVERY commercial break gets old fast.
I got to the point where I can recite every commercial.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.