Rush Limbaugh 4+

Premiere Radio Networks, Inc.

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.0 • 2.8K Ratings
    • Free


Exclusively from the EIB Network! Get the Rush iOS App and enjoy these great features:

Transcripts: Full records of Rush's segments.
Stations: A list of local radio stations where you can tune in to America's Anchorman all across the fruited plain.
Save Your Favorites! Busy Now? Read it Later!
Bookmark content to save it to your personal list.
Never Miss my Live Show again! Notifications for live shows and new content
Airplay / Casting: Stream any video content to your TV or device!
Podcast Episodes: Stream your favorite episodes and segments on demand, or download to your device to listen offline!

Now you can subscribe to Rush 24/7 right through your iTunes Account on your Apple device! If this is your first time signing up, your first month is free!
Rush 24/7 members enjoy all of the above features plus exclusive premium access:

The Dittocam: Peek into Rush's studio and watch him broadcast from behind the Golden EIB Microphone.
Show Audio: Listen to the full show or hour-by-hour.
Morning Update Video: Watch Rush deliver his pithy, minute-long updates in high quality, crystal clear video.
Rush's Broadcast When YOU Want to Hear it: If you miss Rush live, you can listen to the entire broadcast.
Plus: The exclusive, super-secret e-mail address! Reach out to the Truth Detector with a few taps of your fingers.

Note: Usage of the live stream and on-demand podcast on the cellular networks may result in additional data charges. Please check with your provider for more details.

Rush 24/7 Membership is available at a monthly rate of $6.99 or a yearly rate of $49.99 which will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscriptions automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renew within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. You can manage your subscription and auto-renewal settings by going to the Account Settings on your Apple device after publication. Any unused portion of your free trial period will be porfeited when you cancel your subscription. The 'first month free' promotion is only available on your first sign up through Apple iTunes.

What’s New

Version 4.8.2

Various performance enhancements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
2.8K Ratings

2.8K Ratings

TJG. ,

Using app via Bluetooth in the car

The app is very good overall, but one thing that could be fixed is while listening to the recap of Hour 1, 2, 3 on the way home while I’m in the car while hooked up to my car via direct iPod plug-in or via Bluetooth, I sometimes lose the spot where I left off when I happen to get a phone call while in the middle of listening. After the phone call, the Bluetooth or Direct iPod connection in the car should continue where I left off of the Rush Limbaugh Show, but a lot of times it will either continue to play in the background and I have to rewind back to where I left off before the call or the show will just spin in the area where the play and pause button is without playing, which forces me to ‘x’ out and start hour 1, 2, 3 over again.
Also, sometimes when I’m playing the show on my iPhone as I’m walking to my car, I then plug-in the iPod charging cord to play through my car speakers, but instead of the Rush show playing once I plug-in, my iPod connection in the car automatically starts playing songs from my iPod music playlist instead of the Rush show — and that is frustrating because I have to pause or stop my iPod until the Rush show starts playing through my car speakers.
Other then that, AllGood.

willbryan ,

Only one complaint

The new app works fine for me after an initial hiccup: Having to enable cellular data streaming in the app is unnecessary and took me reading reviews here to figure out what was going on after a day of frustration. I see no reason for this redundancy. Cellular streaming should be enabled/disabled from the phone settings and that’s it!

Other than that, I love the new look and it works quite well for me. I like being able to both stream shows and individual sound bytes. Rush has a lot of talking points and having to not wade through hours of show to find the clip I want is so helpful when replaying for friends in conversations and such. They do a good job of putting the individual stuff separate for the bigger talking points. I also like that the sound quality is a lot better than my local AM affiliate. I find myself using the app even when I can listen on the radio.

I look forward to a future update without the redundant cellular streaming issue. I know I’m not the only one who finds this annoying. Other than that, good work.

noooop$ ,

Less is more

For years I was a 24/7 subscriber and listened using Downcast, a podcast player that is simple and extremely functional. Rush’s old app was ok, but not worth having because it wasn’t nearly as good as Downcast. I replaced my phone and now am forced to use the AWFUL new app because all the trash they added has made the feed unplayable in Downcast. Interestingly, the morning updates work fine- which seems to indicate (I’m talking to you here, Skyler) that it isn’t user error. It’s the crummy app.
Like other reviewers, I am frustrated about the weird interface. The whole point of subscribing is that I’m busy. I want automatic refresh when shows are published, a brief description, and the ability to listen to the whole show in two clicks. If you want to listen to the latest show you’re just screwed. I guess it now takes them a couple of days to prepare the content, so your only option is to WATCH the live show, complete with dead air/commercial breaks and without any way to easily navigate. Want to rewind a few minutes of the program? Nooooope. It will start over. Think you’re playing today’s show? Nah. One of the 15 buttons in the app was triggered by your pocket and you’ve been listening to ten minutes of a commercial break from last week. Makes me want to cancel my subscription.

App Privacy

The developer, Premiere Radio Networks, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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