TuneIn Radio releases for Windows 10 as a Universal app

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Popular radio service, TuneIn Radio is finally available for Windows 10 as a standalone application, Microsoft announced on Monday. The release on the Windows Store comes three months after the radio service’s developers said they were working on releasing their service as a Universal Windows 10 application.

For those unfamiliar, TuneIn Radio allows users to listen to more than 100,000 stations worldwide. These stations feature content of all kind including music, news, podcasts, and sports. The application also lets you personalise your experience by following the stations you like.

“There’s enough entertainment for everyone, and now it’s been readied for Windows 10, with an adaptive, responsive layout that is familiar and easy-to-use,” the company wrote in a blog post. Being a universal app, those who’ve used the service on their Windows Phone client will find the user interface striking similar. Though there are noticeable improvements as well.

The application now offers support Live Tile, and you can pin its icon — or your favourite station — to Start menu. The app comes with Cortana integration, which means that you will be able to control it using the digital voice assistant. The app is available for free from the Windows Store.

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