Apr 10, 2020

SwipeRadio Is A Faster Way To Listen To Terrestrial Radio On Your iPhone – TechCrunch

On-demand music streaming services like Beats and Spotify continue to grow, but terrestrial radio also remains a popular way to listen to music on mobile via top-ranked apps like iHeartRadio (#8 in free Music apps on iTunes) and TuneIn Radio (#13). Now, newcomer SwipeRadio has launched its own mini…

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