App Review: TuneIn Radio

Posted In App Review - By Ben On Saturday, May 28th, 2011 With 2 Comments
Like to listen to the radio? Have the urge to listen to your favorite talk show on the go? TuneIn Radio is the app for you. There are many apps used to listen to the radio – but in my humble opinion, TuneIn is by far the best. 

When you open it up, you’re prompted with a list of ways to sort through your radio stations – you can look through stations based on your location (assuming you allow the app to see your location, of course), stations based on music, stations based on talk, or stations based on sports. There’s a very wide selection, so there’s not much to worry about there – however, if you’re looking for your favorite station specifically, I would do a quick Google search to make sure it’s available on the app before you purchase it – not all of them are on there.

Once you find a station to listen too, you can set it as a preset on a special list to listen too later. There’s a volume slider, a spot for album artwork, a pause button – and that’s about it. Basically it’s like listening to your iPod – except you have to listen to commercials and you can’t skip tracks. But still, it’s a great way to stream on the go. For those of us radio-a-holics, there’s no better app. Personally I use it every day! Personal experiences with this app? Leave them in the comments!

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  1. Stefan Kruis says:

    This website goes from worse to worse! Now it is publishing so-called reviews about apps that the so-called reviewer who talks out of his backside. I am referring to the so-called review of an iPhone app called “Tunein Radio”, after a quick run through of the apps features we are treated to the comment ” And that’s about it”,what happened to the app’s recording function, there is no mention of that function in this so-called review. John, if you can’t publish accurate reviews on your website, and learn to spell and how to construct a sentence properly, then may I suggest you get off the web!

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