Radio fans, TuneIn’s universal Windows 10 app has landed with new features

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TuneIn has just relaunched its popular radio streaming software as a free universal app for Windows 10, taking advantage of the computer giant’s now-unified operating system.

While its general functionality will be familiar to long-time TuneIn Radio fans, the software has been reworked to look great on anything from your small smartphone display to your massive monitor.

In case TuneIn Radio has somehow passed you by, the popular app offers access to more than 100,000 stations of any genre you can think off, with a ton of podcasts available, too.

“There’s enough entertainment for everyone, and now it’s been readied for Windows 10, with an adaptive, responsive layout that’s familiar and easy to use,” the Windows team said in a recent blog post announcing the launch.

As you’d expect, the app brings with it Live Tile support so you can easily pin it to your Start menu. Even better, you can also pin your favorite radio station, allowing for quick access whenever you turn your machine on.

Saving other favorite stations is a simple one-tap process that sends them to your My Profile tab, putting them within easy reach each time you fire up the app. In addition, hit the Feed tab to find out what’s currently playing on your favorite stations at any given time.

TuneIn’s new universal app also comes with Cortana integration, allowing you to launch the app the simple command, “Cortana, launch TuneIn.”

TuneIn launched its first radio streaming service in 2002, though it really took off when the iPhone app landed in 2009. Created by a team based in San Francisco, the cross-platform offering now has some 60 million monthly active users across 230 markets.

Fancy taking TuneIn’s new Windows 10 app for a spin? You can grab it from the Windows Store now.

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