The new TuneIn Explorer map-based interface is bringing lots of radio channels to users. This update will be beneficial to users in various parts of the world. TuneIn now brings together thousands of radio stations from around the world on its website for easy access.
Users can also listen to music, news, sports, and podcasts via the new Explorer page. These features have been available for some time. But the radio station feature is new and will catch the attention of certain users.
If you love to get your news over the radio while commuting to and from work, then this feature is perfect for you. With just a stable internet connection and your smartphone, TuneIn will provide you with different stations over the web. Here is how you can make effective use of this new feature.
Get access to thousands of radio stations with the new TuneIn Explorer feature
The new map-based interface on TuneIn Explorer reinvents how you can listen to your favorite radio channel. To make use of the new radio feature on TuneIn you’d need to head over to their website. The next step is to sign in if you already have an account or sign up to create an account.
Now head over to the radio feature on the left-hand side of the interface, or hit the “start exploring button.” The new radio feature comes with a map interface that shows the location of various radio channels. You can search for your channel of choice or explore other channels available on the map.
Using the zoom button at button on the left-hand side of the screen will show more channels in various locations. To tune into these channels, simply tap on their icon and the media player will pop up at the bottom of the interface. With this player, you can pause the channel, mute it, share it with friends, and even add it to your favorite channels.
But, users can only tune into radio stations that operate in their country. With the map, you can discover more channels in and out of your locality. The new TuneIn Explorer radio feature is a great tool for commuters and those that enjoy listening to various radio channels.