Jango Radio old-school radio seems to be underestimated

Caption of a radio.
Photo: Andrei!

Insight nr. Ⅰ
“Radio” has an average grade of 4,29 / 5 and an occurrence of 8%. Sentiment has been on an increasing trend since 2014, with a temporary decrease in 2019. Related topics are “excellent” and “the best”.

Insight nr. Ⅱ
“Sound quality” has an average grade of 3,82 / 5 and an occurrence of 4%. Sentiment increased from 2015 to 2017 and has since stayed at that high level. Related topics are “good” and “superb”.

Insight nr. Ⅲ
“Stations” has an average grade of 3,93 / 5 and an occurrence of 6%. This topic is mentioned in bursts and sentiment increased from 2011 to 2016. After this peak, this topic went silent until it arose again this year. With this, sentiment decreased quite a bit. Related topics are “great” and “time”.

Caption of the topic “stations” from the dashboard of this analysis.

Conclusion and suggestion

Based on our analysis, we see that the approach Jango Radio has to musical apps is quite different from others. They seem to be aiming for a more old-school radio function, where the individual songs that are played are outside of the user’s control. This is actually very appreciated by the users.

One negative insight is that audio quality is not appreciated. There is some room for improvement. A deeper analysis could reveal what exactly could be improved with audio quality.

The research team at Gavagai performed this analysis using our AI-powered text analysis tool, Gavagai Explorer. All texts analyzed in this article are collected from public online data published on Google Play.

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