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On My iPhone/Android…TuneIn Radio - Listen to the world’s largest collection of sports, news, music and talk radio.

TuneIn Radio - - Listen to the world’s largest collection of sports, news, music and talk radio.
 
 On My iPhone/Android…TuneIn Radio - Listen to the world’s largest collection of sports, news, music and talk radio.
 
 
Sometimes we may want, or need, to listen to local terrestrial radio, even with all the Internet streaming options for music and such. TuneIn turns in your device into a world wide radio receiver, allowing you to bring your favorite stations -- even those from your old hometown -- right to you no matter where you are. My wife still listens to a lot of radio and this app, along with her iPad lets her have her music in her offices (she teaches at several universities) and on the go. If you still have a love to traditional radio, this is one of the easiest ways to get your fix.
 
On My iPhone/Android…TuneIn Radio - Listen to the world’s largest collection of sports, news, music and talk radio.
 
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Listen to the world’s largest collection of sports, news, music and talk radio.

TuneIn has over 100,000 real radio stations and more than four million podcasts from all over the world. Discover, follow and listen to what’s most important to you on your iPhone, iPad or iPod, all for free. This is real radio.

With TuneIn:
-Listen to over 100,000 real radio stations from around the world, including sports, news, talk and music.
-See what’s playing live on your personalized home feed.
-Find and follow your favorite stations, shows and podcasts to see their updates in your feed.

Follow college sports on TuneIn with live play-by-play coverage from 85 Division 1 teams. Listen to the remainder of the football season leading up to the playoffs with coverage of top-ranked Alabama, Oregon, Auburn, Florida State and more. College basketball is also underway, and you can listen to teams like Kentucky, Arizona, Wisconsin and Duke right on your smartphone or tablet. Listen on TuneIn and turn the game up!

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"On my iPhone…" is a new series from TechnologyIQ, sharing real world examples of how I use my iPhone, interesting apps and more

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