Juicy Development Releases ‘Police Scanner’ for Android
Juicy Development released Police Scanner for Android handset market. This is based on the iPhone version (one of the Top 100) and will allow you to listen to live audio feeds from RadioReference.com. With over 2,300 national and international EMS streams, Police Scanner offers a large selection of police, fire, and emergency services streams.
“We partner with RadioReference.com, who provides a large number of our streams,” said David Kyle, project manager. “But we take it a step further, and have a research team constantly adding new streams that no one else has.”
Police Scanner runs on wireless LANs, 3G, or EDGE and is compatible with all Android devices. The application can be bought from the market for $2.99 USD, you can scan the QR code below to find it.
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