Your mind may not yet have caught up, but it’s 2018! This year will surely bring a wealth of new technology, with innovations that will save time, money, and improve your life. But one old piece of technology doesn’t seem to be going away. The radio is still being used almost a century since the first ever broadcast in 1920. We now have access to all the music we want when we want it. Information is readily available for consumption at our convenience.
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Bringing it to 2018
One of the most effective ways to bring radio and podcasts to your Android phone or tablet is through the Audials Radio App.
Audials Radio for Android smartphones and tablets is an innovative app that plays and records music from online radios and podcasts from around the world. This is entirely legal, as it is recording it specifically for you and you are not distributing it to others. It’s just like recording the radio back in the day with a TDK cassette tape (except far more high-tech!).
The Audials Radio app’s highlights include the enormous variety of entertainment with international, national and local online radio stations, the extensive range of podcasts with over 100,000 audio and video episodes from different genres, a radio recorder which can save web radio streams and store them as MP3, car mode and wireless streaming to Chromecast, simplified storage and sharing with SD card support and Cloud sync feature.
All of your favorite songs, artists, stations, and genres can be typed in to listen to them or directly save music on your phone as well as in the cloud. You will be entertained wherever you are.
Download in advance
One of the problems with streaming radio is that you end up chewing up your data when you're driving or away from your home or office wifi. It’s therefore important that you're able to download in advance. Audials Radio allows you to do that with radio stations, as with podcasts.
There’s no doubt that the world is changing, which is why it’s all the more strange that radio is still considered an important part of the cultural discourse. Whether you listen for the back-and-forth between presenters, perspectives on recent political or current events, or for the newest music gaining popularity, it’s necessary to bring the medium into the present day.