Tagged: radio

Anchor FM

Anchor – Who wants to be an RJ?

When Preshit first asked me to check Anchor out, I was rather surprised. I had no idea what I would use it for. I’m completely at ease listening to online radio (in fact, I do it a wee bit too often. Groove Salad, FTW), but actually RJ’ing, even if it is for short, two minute bursts? No way! Strangely enough, though, I found myself intrigued. What would I be able to do with this service, I wondered. Would I try...

Radium 3.1 for Mac

Radium is a Mac and iOS app that lets you listen to internet radio stations. It’s a lovingly crafted app on both platforms that gets out of the way, letting you enjoy your favorite stations at ease. We’d written about the redesigned iOS app back in August 2013 and recently, CatPig Studios released v3.1 of the Mac app — that brings a redesigned UI and improved UX to OS X Yosemite. Radium 3.1 is quite a departure from its previous...

NPR One for iPhone and Android

NPR, the public radio network, has a few apps available on iOS and Android. NPR News and NPR Music are the most popular. NPR One launched on iOS and Android on Monday. NPR One, just like Pandora and the Breaking News apps, is going for a curated approach to radio from NPR. The app has one of the best on-boarding experiences I have ever seen. It starts off asking you to hit play and proceeds to play a prerecorded clip...