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Information from Radio magazine about various apps for handheld devices that are useful to radio engineers and radio stations.
The update includes several new features.
The app includes an interactive station guide and info on available HD Radio receivers.
Data for the NextRadio app is supplied by TagStation.
Report-IT Enterprise v2.0.5 is a free download from Google Play.
The app provides access to iMap's current weather conditions, extended forecast, weather notifications, and live weather radar for the Alert FM home Zip Code plus additional locations.
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T-Mobile customers who have Android devices will be prompted to update their phone to download an update to the T-Mobile Mall, which now includes Music Hub.
The new device will be available in April 2012.
This version executes on Linux-based operating systems, such as those used for automotive In-Vehicle Infotainment, mobile devices and tablet computers.
Developed by Quu Interactive, the app can currently access 36 Beasley radio stations.
The free download gives Android users access to the provider's streams.
New apps and the new TuneIn.com website transform company from RadioTime to TuneIn.
LC PRO-M allows broadcasters on the Liquid Compass Streaming Delivery Network to offer streams for Android or iPhone users.
Audience connection app
Handheld devices are everytwhere, and radio is embracing them for equipment control and access.
The free app can be downloaded from the Android Market.
Features include the ability to listen to Sirus XM content while surfing or checking e-mail, bookmark channels, and access a lookaround function.
The market's response to an increased flurry of audio gathering and production in the field has brought us new products and gadgetry.