The Internet and the improvement of its connections have led to the development and popularization of broadcast systems for the streaming of online contents such as Spotify or Netflix. The radio has also made the most of this situation, offering its programs to any user regardless of his location and the time of the day.
The app to listen to the radio and download podcasts
If you're into listening to the radio and you want the best sound quality for your connection or you simply can't tune into your favorite station where you are at present, it's time to download TuneIn Radio for iPhone. With this application, you'll have access to over 100,000 stations from all over the world that you can explore according to different criteria.
BBC Radio, Soma FM, Jango, Star 94... they're all here.
Apart from being able to listen to live radio with digital sound quality (wave goodbye to the typical analog interferences), you've also got the possibility to download podcasts. That means that if your favorite program is shared on this app, you can download it to listen to it offline.
- Over 100,000 radio stations from all over the world.
- User-friendly interface with a simple to design to easily browse through all the contents.
- Stations sorted according to different criteria: location, topic, language...
- Find your favorite station or discover new ones searching by keywords.
- Download podcasts to be listened to offline.
- Car mode.
- Alarm function.
This application, which is also available for Android, PC and online in webapp version, also comes along with a PRO or Premium version. Thanks to the latter, you won't have to put up with the app's adverts and you'll be able to record whatever contents you want.
How much data does it consume?
That's one of the greatest worries of users when it comes to using TuneIn or any other streaming app from their mobile device. They want to know how much data of their monthly plan will this radio application use up if they use it without being connected to a WiFi network. Well, the truth is that if you don't have a flat rate it might not be the best solution since the high-quality streaming will make you consume plenty of megabytes without even realizing. However, if there's a free wireless network available, it's an extremely valid alternative to be able to listen to the radio from your iPhone.