The official app for the FADER and FADER fort. The FADER is the definitive voice of emerging music and the lifestyle that surrounds it. Through in-depth reporting and a distinct street sensibility, The FADER aggressively covers the most dynamic breadth of music and style emanating from the fringes of the mainstream. The FADER is the authority on what’s next.
This app has been updated with:
- Optimized Design with new Themes and Colors
- Bug Fixes for known issues
- Optimizations to boost performance
- App Supported on iOS 9.0+ devices (iOS 8.x and prior devices no longer supported)
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This program had a system process running in the background. Only used the program once a few months ago.
My phone has been rebooted several times since then, so it's odd that this program would need a system process running all the time.
Just my .02 cents
Very little content and confusing interface
Downloaded this app expecting at least a few readable articles and at least a passing reference to music and criticism. Instead, I found a bunch of podcasts (I can download those using iTunes, but thanks) and an abbreviated opinion piece about another magazine (lamenting the loss of Spin). I searched through the confusing menus (you'd think hitting the music icon would take you to some content on music, but alas it's only podcasts) and didn't find much more. And why when you pull up an "issue" you get one seemingly random article unrelated to pretty much anything (including the cover's subject) is beyond me. Short on substance, lacking a usable interface, and almost devoid of readable content...delete.
I can't tell if this app is just buggy or even works at all. When doing a search for "You've Got the Love XX Remix" (by Florence and the Machine) it just crashes. Reinstalled and rebooted to no avail. I believe the apostrophe causes the crash, however, absolutely no search results come up for it with or without it anyway. This is odd because doing a google search for it brings up Fader as the first result.
Weird intro screen that changes on its own on startup. Interface is hard to read even when it doesn't crash.
I'm on an iPhone 4S with a fresh install of iOS 6.0.1.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.