TuneIn Radio is a popular app internet radio streaming. It features over 70,000 different stations that stream anything from pop music to talk shows, as well as tons of podcasts. Well, Android users have gotten an update to the TuneIn app that will now allow you to quickly purchase a song you’re listening to on the Play Music Store.
I'm listening to streaming radio on my N4 and about every 30 secs the radio or phone shuts down.... I momentarily hit the power button and the radio comes back for another 30 secs of streaming ....Is there a setting I can change to keep it going.... Now when I play Pandora it stays on... no problems... :confused:
I listen to radio using the apps like Tunein Radio and similar. In past, it used to work without any issues, but lately I restored my phone to factory settings and must have lost some tweak. Nowadays, streaming radio keeps disconnected after a song or two. This is not a problem with certain app or the radio station.
I use the car app quite a bit with my htc one and was happy enough with the tune in radio app, however. although it is still usable via the car mode menu, I cannot get the radio to actually display in car mode form (in the top right corner, where the album cover would normally be when you play a song.
TuneIn Radio, a popular radio and music streaming app, has been updated to make discovering new music easier. Called “TuneIn Live”, the update presents consumers with a new tab on the homepage of the app. Upon tapping the live tab, album art in the form of tiles appears that represents the music playing on each respective station.
I've got a 2 year old S2 that I was hoping to use to stream radio in the combine while harvesting next month but even plugged in my battery life is falling! With just my data connection running and using TuneIn Radio (screen is off and no other major apps are running) I am losing 1% of my battery life every 1-2 min with it plugged into a car charger.
TuneIn, the popular online radio service, today announced that it has raised a $25 million funding round led by Institutional Venture Partners (IVP) with participation from many of its previous investors, including Sequoia Capital, Google Ventures, and General Catalyst Partners.