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TuneIn Radio Pro gets a new update, can now record to SD card

One of the best internet radio streaming apps on Android today, TuneIn Radio, has launched an update to their Pro offering that should make a lot of people happy. Version 11.2 came out February 18th with a few updated features, but the one that most will be pleased about is the ability to record audio directly to the SD card.
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February 19, 2014
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One of the best internet radio streaming apps on Android today, TuneIn Radio, has launched an update to their Pro offering that should make a lot of people happy. Version 11.2 came out February 18th with a few updated features. The one feature that most will be pleased about is the ability to record audio directly to the SD card.

If you are new to TuneIn Radio, it is an audio player app and website system for listening to internet radio stations. Not just internet only radio stations, but almost any radio station that has a public internet stream. Both the free and pro versions of the app offer a thorough database of radio stations from around the globe. Multiple search methods allow you to find stations by name, location, music genre and by songs/artist that they play. The apps are integrated with the web system, so if you happen to already have an online account with them, just log in to access your saved favorites and more.

The pro version of TuneIn Radio has long had support to pre-cache lengthy amounts of playback, plus the ability to make full recordings of your favorite music. This, however, has been limited to the available internal storage space on your device. The new pro version, with the ability to record directly to your SD card, will significantly increase the available recording time on many devices. Now you can record that entire 3 hour Tall Paul at Ibiza show.

Other changes include some corrections to alarm volumes, better link handling and some visual changes to the Purchase on Google Play buttons and the car mode UI.

TuneIn Radio Pro will run you $3.99 in the Google Play Store, but you may want to grab the free version first to see how you like it. With the selection of streaming music services out there today, do you think it is worth it to listen to radio stations that are still supported by ads? For those that have made a significant move at some point in their lives, do you use TuneIn Radio to access stations from back home?