Radio.com for Android lets you:
•See what songs are playing right now on your favorite live, music stations with real-time album art displaying on your home screen
•Dive deeper into Now Playing info with artist bios, photos and more
•Wake up to your favorite station with the alarm clock feature
•Register to save your station favorites
•View station info, show schedules and news feeds
•Browse the latest Music news headlines
•Search the entire station catalog with ease
•Adjust your audio quality and format to suit your playback needs
•Set a sleep timer
•Easily contact us to report issues or suggest features
Radio.com is the official mobile app for the network of CBS Radio stations including:
WAOK, V-103, 92.9 The Game, 105.7 The Fan, 101.9 Lite FM, Mix 106.5, Mix 104.1, WBZ, 98.5 The Sports Hub, 103.3 Amp Radio, WZLX, V 101.9, The Fan 610 AM, CBS Sports Radio, K104.7, Kiss 95.1, Power 98 FM, WSOC FM, WBBM Newsradio, B96, K-hits Chicago, 670 The Score, US 99, WXRT, New 102, 92.3 The Fan, WNCX, Q104, 100.3 Jack FM, KLUV, La Grande 107.5 FM, KRLD, 105.3 The Fan, 103.7 KVIL, 98.7 Lite FM, 98.7 Amp Radio, WOMC, WWJ, 97.1 The Ticket, WYCD, WRCH, WTIC, 96.5 Tic, Hot 93.7, Mix 96.5 Houston, Sports Radio 94WIP, KILT, Hot Hits 95.7, Mega 101 FM, KLUC, Mix 94.1, KXNT, X107.5 Las Vegas, 97.1 Amp Radio, 93.1 Jack FM, KNX 1070, KROQ, K-Earth 101, 94.7 The Wave, Buz'n 102.9, 104.1 Jack FM, WCCO Radio, WCBS 880, WCBS FM, WFAN, 1010 WINS, 92.3 NOW, Fresh 102.7, 102 Jamz Orlando, 105.9 Sunny FM, Mix 105.1, EZ 103, WOGL, WPHT, KMLE 107.9, KOOL FM, LIVE 101.5, KDKA Radio, 93.7 The Fan, 100.7 Star, Y108, KFROG, 1140 The Fan, KNCI FM, KSFM 102.5, Mix 96, Now 100 FM, Energy 103.7, KYXY, KCBS, Live 105, Radio Alice, 99.7 NOW, Jack Seattle, KMPS, KZOK, Fresh 102.5, KMOX, Y98, 98.7 The Fan, Wild 94.1, WQYK, My Q105, 92.5 Maxima, 94.7 Fresh FM, 106.7 The Fan DC, el Zol 107.9, WNEW NewsRadio, and WPGC.
This series of radio play smooth, there is comparable to CD quality sound,We hope to bring you comfort.
- 102.5 KZOK: Classic Rock
- Hot 103.7
- 92.9 Classic Rock
- 92.9 ZZU
- 93.7 The Mountain
- 94.1 KMPS
- 94.9 The Wolf
- 96.5 JACK FM
- Air 1 Radio 101.9 FM
- All Time Oldies Radio Theater
- American Museum of Radio and Electricity 102.3 FM
- Big 99.9 Coyote Country
- Big R Radio - 100.9 Star Country
- Big R Radio - 80s Lite
- Big R Radio - 80s Metal FM
- Big R Radio - 90s Alternative
- Big R Radio - Erin's Chill
- Big R Radio - Golden Oldies
- Big R Radio - Grunge FM
- Big R Radio - The Rock Mix
- Big R Radio - Warm 101.6
- Bob FM 105.7 FM
- Bob's Ska Radio
- Boom FM
- Business Radio 1300 AM - KKOL
- City Sounds Radio Blues
- Classic KMPS HD2
- Click 98.9 FM
- Contact Talk Radio Network
- Dead To Self Radio
- Deep End Radio
- Desert Underground
- ESPN 710 AM
- ESPN Deportes Seattle
- Fuel Radio
- Fun 45s
- Funk Republic Radio
- Groovera Ambient Popsicle
- Groovera Jet City Lounge
- Groovera Low Mercury
- Hawaiian Internet Music
- Head Case Radio
- Hollow Earth Radio
- Hot 96.9
- Hot 99.7 FM
- Hot Jamz Radio 88.9
- HOUSE MUSIC 101 RADIO
- KAFE 104.1 FM
- KAOS 89.3 FM
- KAPS 660 AM
- KARI 550AM
- KBBD Bob 103.9 FM
- KBCS 91.3 FM
- KBRD 680 AM
- KCED 91.3 Centralia College
- KCIS 630 AM
- KELA AM 1470
- KEXP 90.3 FM Seattle
- KEYF 101.1 FM
- KGA 1510 AM
- KGMI 790 AM
- KGRG 89.9
- KING FM 98.1
- King FM Evergreen
- KING FM Opera
- King FM Symphonic Favorites
- KIRO FM 97.3
- KISW Rock 99.9
- KITZ MegaTalk 1400 AM
- KIXI 880 AM
- KKNW 1150 AM
- KLOG 1490 AM
- KLOI-LPFM 102.9
- KMCQ 104.5 FM
- KOHO 101.1 FM
- KOLU Christian Family Radio 90.1 FM
- KOMO 1000 AM
- KONP 1450 AM
- KOZI 93.5
- KPLU News NPR
- NPR Jazz24 88.5
- KPTZ 91.9 FM
- KPUG 1170
- KRIZ 1420 AM
- KRPI Sher E Punjab Radio 1550 AM
- KSBN 1230 AM
- KSER 90.7
- KSQM 91.5 FM
- KSVR 91.7 FM
- KTTH The Truth 770 AM
- Western Washington Univ. 89.3
- KUOW 94.9 FM
- KVI 570 AM
- Clover Park Technical 90.9
- KXLY 4 Sports
- KXLY Newsradio 920 AM
- KYIZ 1620 AM
- KZIZ 1560 AM
- KZUU 90.7 FM
- Led Zep Radio
- Live 95
- Moody Radio Northwest 107.9 FM
- Movin 92.5 FM
- Nashville Classics
- North Pole Radio
- Northwest Public Radio
- Northwest Public Radio 91.7 FM
- Now 105.7 FM
- Pearl Jam Radio
- Positive Life Radio
- Praise 106.5
- Radio Al Mahabba
- Radio Ali Arabic
- Radio Ali Persian
- Radio Disney Seattle KKDZ 1250 AM
- Radio India 1600 AM
- Railroad Radio Everett
- Railroad Radio Spokane
- Railroad Radio Stampede Pass
- Railroad Radio Vancouver/WA
- ROCK 94 1/2 FM
- Sacred Heart Radio 1050 AM
- Saigon Radio 92.5 HD3
- Schizophonic Radio
- Sleepbot Environmental Broadcast
- Smooth in Seattle
- SoundStorm Relax Radio
- South Sound Country 96.9
- Spirit 105.3
- Spokane Public Radio KPBX 91.1 FM
- Spokane Public Radio KSFC 91.9 FM
- Sunny 97.7 FM
- The End 107.7
- The Fan 1090 AM
- The Wolf 100.7 FM
- Thin Air Community Radio 95.3 FM
- ThreeTen Radio
- THREETEN RADIO 70s
- THREETEN RADIO 80s
- Transformation Center Radio
- Transformation Talk Radio
- Univeristy of Puget Sound 90.1 FM
- Vinyl Radio
- Voice of Vashon
- Warm 106.9 FM
- Whitman College 90.5
- Wild Boar Radio
- 1Faith FM - The Hits Channel
- Cities 95.7
- KITI 1420 AM
The primary goal of Seattle WAVE Radio's “multi-channel” Internet radio station is being a community based online radio station specifically designed to showcase, and support, the "home" talents of Seattle's great music scene ~ not just locally, but at a national and global level.
*Permission Purposes for your Peace of Mind*
(INTERNET) is for the radio stream and other supplied network powered features.
(ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE) to attempt to reconnect the radio stream if signal drops and returns during play.
(READ_PHONE_STATE) to pause your playing radio stream or your playing on demand media when a phone call is made and resumes once your finished.
*Fixed double listings on recent tracks.
*Fixed the app to properly retry several times automatically when the media player fails to start.
*I have updates to the wait and retry for media errors. You will see a counter for retries. If it still fails after 20 tries, it will default to the dialog box to choose another player.
*I fixed the On Demand force close when switching media.
*I also made attempts to fix the recent tracks. When booting up in a low signal area. If it takes too much time, just press the Recent Tracks button to force a check.
*Update to fix album art loading issue for some devices. Like Samsung Galaxy S3.
*Compatibility Fixes for Google Android TV devices and additional tablet/other Android devices.
*Removed Christian channel and will no longer work on previous versions.
*Added new Lifestyle Channel
*Fixed Google Plus Page to be viewable again.
*Enabled Videos to play that are uploaded to OnDemand.
*Minor UI updates.
*Fixed App to have the ability to play 3gp files.
*Fixes to make sure radio stream or audio files will stop or pause for browser link activated Media.
*Back Button will now close menu if open or closes app if it is closed.
*Internal App Browser Edits to support YouTube.
*Added YouTube link for Seattle Wave Radio.
*More small UI edits.
*New broadcasting server to increase the number of listeners and storage for our growing artist library of music
(Old Server is shutting down on May 10th so you will need this update)
*Moderately improved connection reliability.
*Now displays album name with artist name.
*New Ondemand loading artist/album images in the list and loads in the large band art placeholder where usually only the SWR logo would display.
*Lifestyle Station is now renamed and dedicated to North West Prime.
*Fixed some graphical bugs that came from the last update.
*Added Lifestyle Station back with new podcast called Real Sisters Talk with Linda Rez and her sister Lori Ness from NorthWest Prime.
*Improved stream connection recovery to run in the background better.
*Fixed for sponsor ads.
*Fixed bug causing crash when switching to OnDemand while radio stream is playing.
*Updated App Share Links.
*Fix for OnDemand. SR Rocks podcasts were not able to be played. They are all able to be played again.
*Fix for Twitter Share feature. Should now load authentication page correctly.
*UI updates for cleaner looking icons and buttons.
*Updates to support new Streaming server updates.
*Updates to Channel Guide System.
*User Interface Updates.
*New Local Gigs & Events Calendar Link.
*Banner ads will hide when scrolling to the bottom of lists.
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- Die aktuellen Angebote der RadioSparBox können Sie nun auch direkt in der App kaufen
- Lassen Sie sich mit unserem neuen Wecker mit Radio Essen wecken
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Wir empfehlen Ihnen die Nutzung einer Datenflatrate Ihres Anbieters, damit Sie unser Radio-Programm ohne Mehrkosten auch unterwegs empfangen können. Wir nutzen dabei den MP3-Codec – für einen guten Klang bei möglichst wenig Datenverkehr.
Simply type in the song's code from the list and play, just like a JukeBox !
Also, You can choose any video of your choice, register it with any available code to personalize your own JukeBox!
Internet connection is required to use the Jukebox.
Thomas Earl "Tom" Petty (born October 20, 1950) is an American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. He is the frontman of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and was a founding member of the late 1980s supergroup Traveling Wilburys and Mudcrutch. He has also performed under the pseudonyms of Charlie T. Wilbury, Jr. and Muddy Wilbury.
He has recorded a number of hit singles with the Heartbreakers and as a solo artist, many of which remain heavily played on adult contemporary and classic rock radio. His music, and notably his hits, have become popular among younger generations as he continues to host sold-out shows. Throughout his career, Petty and his collaborators have sold 60 million albums. In 2002, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Tom Petty was born and raised in Gainesville, Florida, and attended Gainesville High School. His interest in rock and roll music began at age 10 when he met Elvis Presley. In the summer of 1961, his uncle was working on the set of Presley's film Follow That Dream in nearby Ocala, Florida, and invited Petty to come down and watch the shoot. He instantly became an Elvis Presley fan and soon traded his Wham-O slingshot for a box of Elvis 45s. In a 2006 interview on the National Public Radio program Fresh Air, Petty said that he knew he wanted to be in a band the moment he saw The Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show. One of his first guitar teachers was Don Felder, a fellow Gainesville resident, who would later join the Eagles. As a young man, Petty worked briefly on the grounds crew for the University of Florida, but never attended as a student. An Ogeechee lime tree that he planted while employed at the University is now called the Tom Petty tree.
Petty also overcame a difficult relationship with his father, who found it hard to accept that his son was "a mild-mannered kid who was interested in the arts" and subjected him to verbal and physical abuse on a regular basis. Petty was extremely close to his mother, and remains close to his brother Bruce.
Shortly after forming his musical aspirations, Petty started a band known as the Epics, later to evolve into Mudcrutch. Although the band, which featured future Heartbreakers Mike Campbell and Benmont Tench, were popular in Gainesville, their recordings went unnoticed by a mainstream audience. However, their only single, "Depot Street", remains popular amongst fans. The original Mudcrutch included guitarist Danny Roberts who was later replaced by bass guitarist Charlie Souza.
After Mudcrutch split up, Petty reluctantly agreed to pursue a solo career. Tench decided to form his own group, whose sound Petty appreciated. Eventually, Petty and Campbell collaborated with Tench and fellow members Ron Blair and Stan Lynch, resulting in the first line-up of the Heartbreakers. Their eponymous debut album gained minute popularity amongst American audiences, achieving greater success in Britain. The single "Breakdown" was re-released in 1977 and peaked at #40 in early 1978 after the band toured in the United Kingdom in support of Nils Lofgren. The debut album was released by Shelter Records, which at that time was distributed by ABC Records.
Their second album, You're Gonna Get It!, marked the band's first Top 40 album and featured the singles "I Need to Know" and "Listen To Her Heart". Their third album, Damn the Torpedoes, quickly went platinum, selling nearly two million copies; it includes their breakthrough singles "Don't Do Me Like That", "Here Comes My Girl" and "Refugee".
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