TuneIn Radio is back on Windows 10 Mobile after streaming issues are fixed

TuneIn Radio is back on Windows 10 Mobile after streaming issues are fixed
Due to streaming issues with the Windows 10 Mobile version of TuneIn Radio, the app was temporarily pulled from the platform in December so that the developer could fix the problem. This has been accomplished and the app returned to active service on Friday, to a limited number of Windows 10 Mobile users. The new version of the app is 3.0.1715, and it speeds up the response time of TuneIn on phones like the Microsoft Lumia 950.

More importantly, the new version of the app has no more issues related to streaming content. If you have a phone running Windows 10 Mobile and like to listen to radio stations from around the world, including some streaming key NHL and NBA contests, you can click on the sourcelink to re-install TuneIn Radio. There are over 100,000 stations to choose from. And the streams are live.

This app is also a pleasure for your wallet as well. Yes, that's right, TuneIn Radio is a free download. The app didn't have the same issues on Android and iOS that it experienced on Microsoft's mobile OS. If you are an Android or iOS user who wants to give the app a shot, we've included links to those versions of TuneIn so that you can try it on other platforms as well as Windows 10 Mobile.

source: TuneInRadio (Windows|iOS|Android) via WindowsCentral


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