How to listen to radio stations from anywhere in the world with Android Auto
With the trick that we are going to give you below, you will be able to listen to any radio station in the world from your car using Android Auto, or also from the comfort of your living room with Android TV and even on your mobile.
Spotify, Amazon Music, Tidal, and all those music streaming applications are fine, but when what you want is to listen to the radio, then we are going to tell you how to do it with just one click and a simple application that you have to download.
Being able to listen to any station from anywhere in the world is very easy. In fact, a few days ago we told you about another method to know in real time the music that was playing in other parts of the world. At that time we offered you a very special version of Google Earth and from the comfort of your browser.
Now we go a step further and show you something similar, but to use in Android Auto, Android TV and on your mobile.
The app with which you will be able to hear all the radios in the world is Open Radio Y you can download it from Google Play Store on all platforms where the operating system is Android.
It consists of a very simple open source application that accumulates more than 100,000 downloads and is close to 5 stars. Apart of this, it is an app without advertising, but warn that many stations have advertisements, as it is the usual method of financing.
- Once inside the app, you can choose the country from which you want to listen to radio stations, and you can even use the search engine.
- Being within the country, you will see all available stations.
- Choose the one that most catches your attention and click on it.
- It starts to reproduce and on mobile you can leave it in the background.
You can do these same steps in your car or on your television.You simply have to download the app and start enjoying the radio stations around you, or explore those in other countries.
It is becoming more and more unusual for a mobile phone to come standard with the radio, but luckily, there are still proposals as interesting as the two that we have offered you in this article.