Posts Tagged ‘radio app’

Audials Radio Is a Must-Have Music App for iOS

Tweet Audials Radio Price: Free Rating: iPhone App Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com Music is an integral part of many people’s daily routine. From driving to work to walking between classes, we always seem to be listening to music. There are tons of streaming services available and the option to purchase songs and albums, but what about […]

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Listen Up with homesickFM

Tweet  Price: Free Rating: homesickFM iPhone App Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com homesickFM, a music app by Nico Schmidt, brings iOS users the radio stations of their home cities at the touch of their fingertips. homesickFM can be used for free for one city, but adding additional cities can only be done for a minor fee ($0.99). […]

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Raditaz: Like Rock N’ Roll on the Radio

Tweet  Price: Free Rating: Raditaz: Video iPhone App Review Raditaz, from Raditaz, LLC, offers a new, inventive and pretty way to stream music from your iPhone or iPad. The gesture controlled interface is slick, as is the music that sits just behind the service. With a monumentally large library of songs, as well as enough […]

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Radio Velvet: All Good Music, All the Time

TweetPrice: Free Rating: Radio Velvet: Written iPhone App Review Do you like music? Do you like really good music? If so, then we might just have the next greatest app suggestion for you. No, this isn’t another Pandora or Spotify clone. Rather, Radio Velvet by developer NGSE presents us with a new way to listen […]

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Saavn Music: Bollywood at your Doorstep

TweetPrice: Free Saavn Music: iPhone App Written Review A few years back we remember something really cool happening in the United States and United Kingdom: Bollywood, the style of music and film popular in India, became hugely popular. During that period, a lot of people heard their first film scores, or even saw their first […]

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Drool Radio Not Much to Salivate Over

TweetPrice: $4.99    Rating: 5/10    By Anna Papachristos With your iPhone or iPod Touch comes much room for your ever-increasing iTunes music library.  But no matter how far your music collection spans, there are always those times when shuffle just doesn’t cut it and the only solution is radio. One option, though slightly pricey, is Drool […]

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