Fm radio apps

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  1. T60

    T60 New Member

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    Are these available for IPOD TOUCH 32 GB 3G. Do they work ?
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    Still looking for explanation in layman terms of the jailbreak App ? what exactly are its benefits
  2. studangerous

    studangerous Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    Short answer, no. There's no FM receiver hardware in the iPt.

    There's tons of info on the iPodtouchFans forums to answer this question if only you'd look. For a couple of good overviews see here and here.
  3. Sketchy

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    But can't there be an Internet Radio?
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    _JKK_ Super Moderator Staff Member

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    @Studangerous: there is the needed hardware...
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    interd0g New Member

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    Internet radio apps include Streamitall, Flycast and Stitcher. Free and work fine with wifi/ routers etc..
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    QuAcKeRz13 New Member

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    Pandora, Slacker, iMeem are some other radioish apps.
  7. Dónde?

    Dónde? New Member

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    FM radio is the kinda thing you get in a car, and all iPhone and iPod touch lack the hardware, although I seem to remember it being in the BCM429 WiFi chip but I might be mistaken. Internet radio goes through the Internet (as it's name suggests) and is basically a constant stream of audio.

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