TuneIn Radio is an incredible little radio and streaming application that allows users to access many different types of audio content from one convenient place. TuneIn radio acts a lot like a hybrid of ITunes Radio, satellite radio, and your AM or FM dial.
Using TuneIn Radio is quite simple. You can search through a variety of genres through the search bar. Once you’ve selected a station of your liking, you’ll connect and hear content almost automatically.
Installing TuneIn Radio for Android starts at the Play Store. Simply search “TuneIn” on their search bar, click on the teal-coloured TuneIn icon and begin following the prompts to download/install. The newly downloaded app should show up in wherever you store your applications within seconds of downloading.
Yes! TuneIn is safe and secure. Like all Android certified applications, users need not worry about contracting viruses or haphazardly sharing unwanted information through TuneIn. However, it is important to note that the regular version of TuneIn has ads. Although TuneIn itself is safe and secure, clicking on some of these linked ads could lead users down a path into virus territory or otherwise.
Yes. TuneIn is a free application that works best on Android. Users can opt to download TuneIn through the Play Store or any other Android-recognizable application buying software. However, they can also use an application-downloading database, like Softonic, to download the app at no cost.
TuneIn Premium is the ad-free version of the app that offers users more perks beyond the regular TuneIn Radio. What’s good about the premium version is that it is usually offered as being “Risk Free For 7 Days” for regular members. This offer should pop up when browsing around the application.
While TuneIn is a pretty reliable Internet type of broadcasting service, it does have a few bugs that could be worked out. One such bug is dropped content. It’s recommended that users try uninstalling and then reinstalling the application should inconsistencies like unclear signals or dropped content occur.
Yes. Most of the stations offered on TuneIn are National News stations that may vary depending on region. Some of the North American frequencies include, but are not limited to: KMUW, WBUR-FM, KCSM Jazz 91.1, and KPBX.
Yes. While some users just use TuneIn without signing up and creating a profile, users can also choose to “favourite” certain channels and manage content through their favourites list. Don’t like the channel any more? Easy, just un-favourite the channel and move on to something else.
TuneIn offers a number of great content ranging from news, talk, and sports to gospel, country, Hispanic, and oldies!