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Radio Garden Phone App

Post by craig11152 » Fri Jan 18, 2019 7:18 am

My brother told me about a phone app called radio garden. I downloaded it this morning and have been toying with it. Essentially it gives you a map of the world with radio stations all over the world and a little crosshair in the middle and you swing the map until the crosshair lines up for the radio station and it plays. It certainly is just a sampling of radio stations. But for radio honks like this place has it might be a nice little toy to try out. When you have a radio station in your crosshairs and playing it gives you limited information about the station and a link to its website if it has one. I've only been playing with it for 10 minutes so I can't say I have a lot of input yet.


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Re: Radio Garden Phone App

Post by Oldies 84 » Fri Jan 18, 2019 5:24 pm

It seems pretty cool but I’m experiencing issues with the accuracy of the map vs. the station location, are you experiencing the same issues?


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Re: Radio Garden Phone App

Post by craig11152 » Sat Jan 19, 2019 7:09 am

I haven't paid attention. More curious about far away lands that speak English. So I don't really know the exact location anyway.


Finally, he switched to a bone saw to finish the job, and at 9:17 p.m., Mountain time, the head of the greatest hitter who ever lived had been sliced off.

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