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Many smartphones (particularly Apple devices) no longer ship with FM radio receivers. Surprisingly, some high-end Android phones with FM radio receivers lack a dedicated radio app to access content from local stations.
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Apple will comb through the internet and display radio stations with the corresponding frequency across several countries and regions. Tap a station in the search results and the Music app will play live broadcast from the station immediately.
Although iHeartRadio is free, you can pay monthly subscription fees (at least $4.99/month) to save songs from radio stations to your playlist, replay songs from live broadcasts, listen offline, and access other advanced features.
Radio FM, TuneIn Radio, and SimpleRadio are other interesting radio apps we found in the App Store. They all have a huge library of radio stations spread across many countries, regions, and languages.
We recommend NextRadio for older Android devices with an FM radio chip. Connect a wired headphone to your phone, launch NextRadio, and play live broadcasts from local radio stations without an internet connection.
The Premium plan streams music in the MP3 format at 320 Kbps. The Platinum plan streams lossless FLAC music up to 24-bit songs with sample rates ranging from 44.1 kHz to 192 kHz. Primephonic does not offer a free option.
There are times when some simple FM radio is what you want to listen to on your iPhone. You might be tired of the same old playlists and songs or just enjoy the stations you listen to in your car and want them on your device.
This speaker is not only for listening to music. With built-in microphone you can also answer incoming calls by pressing top ring and talk hands free. Click one more time to hang up after conversation. You can also decline the incoming call by holding the top ring for a moment. Don't miss important calls from your friends or family.
If you are in a park or basement where your phone does not have internet access, you can still play your favorite music from the mobile device anywhere. Make sure AudClick 2 is connected to your phone via Bluetooth. Open a music player on your phone and play music. Don't let WiFi availability limit your freedom.
Once you install the latest version of TuneIn Radio on your iPhone, the app will appear on any CarPlay-compatible in-dash receiver when connected. The CarPlay version of TuneIn Radio is designed to make finding something to play quick and easy. Similar to iHeartRadio, TuneIn Radio brings real radio stations with online streaming to CarPlay (if only the iPhone could play FM stations).
The main view presents sections for local radio stations near you, recently played stations from the app, trending stations among all TuneIn Radio listeners, and genre sections including music and sports. Each station is within a few taps from the main screen and can be controlled from the Now Playing section within the app or the main CarPlay home screen.
Simple Radio is a free app for Android and iOS that works as an FM/AM/online radio station streamer. It's an app for those whose high priority is keeping it simple and enjoy a clean listening without suffering drops.
Like the HomePod, HomePod mini is meant to work with Apple Music, but it also supports podcasts, radio stations from iHeartRadio, radio.com, and TuneIn, with support for some third-party services such as Pandora and Amazon Music.
HomePod mini supports a range of other features including Siri Shortcut tasks, ambient sounds for playing soothing noises like rain, web search results that can be sent to iPhone, and music alarms for waking up to a song, playlist, or radio station.
Following the release of "Gangnam Style," Psy made several performances on television and at concerts in Korea. Early performances included his appearance on the weekly South Korean music program, The Music Trend. Psy also performed at several concerts prior to his departure to the United States, including during "The Heumbbeok Show" and the Summer Stand Concert in Seoul. After returning to South Korea, Psy performed "Gangnam Style" during a free concert that he held outside the Seoul City Hall. More than 80,000 fans attended the event, leading to the closure of part of the city center and an increase in subway operations. While Psy was in the US, it was announced that he, as ambassador of the Formula One Korean Grand Prix, would perform "Gangnam Style" at the event during the 2012 edition. At the event Psy taught Formula One drivers Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel how to perform the dance.
Record executives in the music industry believe that music charts will increasingly be filled with YouTube-driven globalised acts from foreign countries. Sean Carey, a research fellow in the School of Social Sciences at the University of Roehampton, wrote that the flow of popular music will no longer be a single traffic route from North America and Europe to other parts of the globe, but will also move the other way as well. According to Adam Sherwin from The Independent, the global web demand for Gangnam Style had short-circuited the "traditional reluctance" of radio stations to play foreign-language songs. The song is also underlining a shift in how money is being made in the music business. Although Psy earned more than US$60,000 from music sales of "Gangnam Style" in South Korea alone, he and his music label YG Entertainment have raked in almost US$1 million from advertisements which appear on YouTube videos identified for using "Gangnam Style" in its content. The Harvard Business Review published an article written by Kevin Evers, who explained how "Gangnam Style" had changed Billboard's ranking methodology of its music charts. Instead of relying solely on radio plays and paid purchases, Billboard started to place a heavier emphasis on digital sales and YouTube views. As a result of the change, Gangnam Style moved up to the top position of Billboard's Hot Rap Songs music chart. According to the British Phonographic Industry's report based on Official Charts Company sales data, thanks to Psy's song and Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe", pop had become the UK's favourite musical genre of the year, taking the lion's share of the singles market (38.5%) in 2012.
What's worse, is that you cannot simply hit pause or stop - in fact it doesn't respond at all. I have to close the open app, and slide up from the bottom to see the option for the iTunes auto-play. But I cannot stop it from here either! I have to tap the song from this screen and open the actual itunes app. From there, I can pause the music and close the app. ...all this while driving down the road and make a hands-free telephone call.
Question 3: When your car is on a different band other than bluetooth, does the phone still autoplay? If in Q2 or Q3 your phone autoplays, then this is in fact a phone problem. The phone detects bluetooth (probably to connect to phone features even if the radio isn't on or needed) and autoplays itself. But I find this unlikely. I always have my bluetooth on, and I've never witnessed my phone suddenly play music because it connected to a bluetooth source! I wish it would, actually, because there is this sweet 2009 infinity I would buy.
Question 4: Does your phone autoplay music when connecting to a non-car bluetooth? If not, that is more evidence that it is the car sending an autoplay signal, not the phone. I have a bluetooth headset. If I turn it on, my phone does not suddenly start to play. Nor does it start to play when I connect to my Jabra handsfree speakerphone. 041b061a72