Juicy Development Bring ‘Talk Radio’ to Android

juicyJuicy Development LLC has released an Android version of their Talk Radio application. Using GPS and a proprietary algorithm, the app identifies where and when a user’s favorite shows are available. Once the show are located, users can listen stream them using their Android phone. There is also a manual search option for users to look up specific shows. Talk Radio collects data from from users who can report on coverage, show corrections, or other changes.

Talk Radio is immediately available in the Android Market with an introductory price of $1.99.

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  1. Ron
    November 09, 20:04 Reply

    Just downloaded Juicy Development's "Talk Radio". So far so good. Listening to KSFO in San Fran although we live in Tucson. No Tucson station available (am 790).

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