So, does this mean they have to make changes for it to be approved or does this mean they are never going to approve it?
I always wondered if Sirius XM had any say about them approving this application since it would be streaming their service.
Why are you assuming that it's Apple screwing it's customers and not an issue with the app itself?This one makes me mad...
This is one of two applications that I have been waiting for (the other being the Slingplayer App) and it appears Apple / AT&T are screwing with their iPhone users again.
I could see Sirius XM not wanting it released , personally I think that Sirius XM should purchse the app from NICEMAC and release it as a Sirius XM branded product.
I think this is the biggest question of all and there really has been no indications one way or the other from these guys. Surely they would have actually met with Sirius XM and got approval, but maybe not and this could be the whole thing in a nut shell. Unlike Slacker, Pandora and the others with streaming software they were streaming their own content with their own agreements with recording labels. NICEMAC on the other hand is totally a 3rd party, has no agreements to deliver content and would be using Sirius XM as their source for content. Though they are only providing the platform for which Sirius XM subscribers could obtain the content and subscription must still be had with Sirius XM. However, they would be making a profit if they sold the application and this may not be sitting real well with Sirius XM.I am wondering if NICEMAC has been working on this with Sirius XM or have said screw it, lets just do this. That relationship there (or lack of one) could explain a lot as well.
I said this in the other thread, but as an AT&T Customer I pay for 5 GB of data transfer a month and I pay the same amount no matter if I use the bandwidth or not. It should be up to me to decide how I use the bandwidth I am paying for.I can definitely see ATT complaining about bandwidth consumption, especially since next month paid streamers will be moving to 128k stream.