Live radio stations now available from the Rdio app

Live radio stations now available from the Rdio app
In the U.S., streaming music app Rdio has added live radio stations to the 35 million songs and curated stations that users now have access to. Approximately 500 live radio stations will be offered, including New York's NASH FM 94.7, KFOG in San Francisco (where else?) and 95.5 KLOS in Los Angeles. In addition, the Westwood One sports network is available.

One of the best new features of the app allow you to build a station around a song that grabs your attention over live radio. Let's say you hear Maroon 5's Sugar. You can save it, share it and even build a station around it. If you're a paying customer to Rdio's service, you can save the song and listen to it as many times as you want.

Rdio says that it will be adding additional live stations in the U.S. before the year is through. And those who use the app overseas will soon find local radio stations from their country available on Rdio.

You can check out the app, which is available for iOS, Android and Windows Phone, by clicking on the appropriate link below.



source: Rdio (iOS|Android|WindowsPhone) via Engadget

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