The Deadhead Archives for PC

The Deadhead Archives for PC

Listen to shows from the Internet Archive. For Deadheads of all ages!


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The Deadhead Archives App For Windows

It is a great collection of recordings taken from the Live Music Archive. It functions well for the most part but could use some improvement. It often displays the name and tracklist of previous shows when I visit Now Playing. However, the date and venue are incorrect. Some features that I'd like to see are playback controls in the notification bar/lockscreen, playlist-making capabilities for entire shows and the possibility to add notes to favorites.

It is a great app to listen to all 2200+ recordings. I rate it. The app occasionally stops playing music during a show, but this has happened over time. The same result was seen when I tried to uninstall and reinstall the app several times. This issue is rated 1/2. I don't know what to do.

It's great, but for me as a layman in computer technology I've not been able use it fully. I'm the one who has to do it. You can record almost any song in any place, using multiple recorders. The sound bar and the "tapers" sections. They did what they did. In the tradition of Grateful Dead, it is as good or better than a miracle ticket. You can also stream the show via this button. A 10 star thumbs-up is a good sign that too many things are just enough. !

There are no controls in the task bar, which can be extremely frustrating. To pause the music, you must open the app. 90% of the times it starts over. It doesn't automatically pause when you disconnect from Bluetooth or for calls. This app is a great idea. I use it almost every day. There are some functionality problems that could be fixed. A fixed version would be worth the price.

Super! The best thing about 'This Day in History,' which displays the show of each day. You can see how their playlist has changed over the years by using that same day every day. However. Sometimes, App crashes when you try to add show to your favorites. It would be nice to be able add to your favorites the show that you are listening to, rather than returning to the previous list. My tablet screen turns off when I close the cover. Music works fine. The cover doesn't open and several items don't show/refresh when it is. These include the current song (or name of song at progress bar), as well as progress bar value. Nits. This bulletproof app is a great choice. Send money

Man, look. This is an application. Sometimes it's going to crash. It's amazing. This is amazing! Although the app has its faults, sometimes it does work. There has never been a problem with the app that was not solved through an update. You can spend endless hours feeding your brain! You could not ask for more! For anyone like me who loves to reminisce about the past, "This Day in History", is a great section that you can check out every day. This section is a huge thanks to everyone who contributed!

The app is amazing. It gives me easy access to hours upon hours of TV shows that I wouldn't normally have. The only problem is the occasional music stopping. You have to wait or start the song again. Other issues are minor and easy to deal with.

This app is great, but the latest update has caused performance issues. My pixel 2's notification area is no longer visible. Bluetooth is not turned off. Doesn't pause. It is playing in my phone even though I am out of the vehicle. It is still playing on my phone when I get out of the car. Why does it not pause as it used to? ). It's annoying, but I still use it daily.

Although it is a great idea, there has been no update since mid 2019. It can take up to one minute for the freeze/lag effect to occur after you tap anything. So be patient before you use it. It also lacks offline playback and integration with Android Auto, which are both very important features.

It's a little buggy. It crashes a little. It would be nice if it stopped playing when the headphones are unplugged, or the bluetooth disconnects. You could also search for venues. It's so easy to stream GD or associated acts via streaming! This app is amazing! This app is for those who like The Grateful Dead.

It's amazing! I went from trading tapes back in the 90s, to archivedotorg early 2000s, and have all the information that is needed for the future. This is pure bliss! I am a professional golfer and wear Bluetooth headphones every day. It has truly been a strange and long journey! We are grateful to all who have contributed to this app, and to those who made it possible for the incredible years that were and will be. Smartie out!

This app is a great tool. There were occasional crashes. It would be great to have the ability to add and delete favorites, as well as organize playlists. Once so many shows are favorited, it would be extremely useful to have favorites folders. This is an amazing resource for Deadheads, despite its limitations.

Since I was 43, I have listened to The Glad Dead for over 25 years. I never got to see them live, though I saw most of their various incarnations. This is for me one of my favorite live music apps. It streamlines not only all the amazing music that I didn't get to see live but also many of the shows I did see. How about them beans? It's great! Thank you so much for the thoughtful details.

Update: This app keeps getting worse. A song can stop randomly without any reason and it takes so much work to get it back up again. Playback control is not available outside of the app. It's a risky gamble. Play will play another song. Pausing will pause the show and start it over.

It's a great thing to have, though it can be frustrating. It's still terrible. The buffer is still terrible. I can't even access other bands than the Dead. The player will almost always return to the beginning of the song if I stop it. The app was actually updated today after I couldn't clear my drop menu for days.

How to install The Deadhead Archives app for Windows 10 / 11

Follow below steps to download and install The Deadhead Archives app for Desktop

First, download and install an Android emulator software to your Laptop.

Run the emulator software and open Google play store to install The Deadhead Archives

Now, you will be able to setup and run The Deadhead Archives on your Computer via the emulator.

To troubleshoot any errors that you come across while installing the Android emulator software, you can go through the software’s official website.