5 Best Radio Apps For iPhone 11

A new iPhone means that it’s also time for new tunes. Some of the old songs that we listen to can get stale, which means that it’s time to freshen things up. But how? How do you find new music? Or what if you want to listen to commentary or a talk show? It’s easy. With a radio apps for iPhone 11, you’ll be able to discover hundreds of new songs and talk shows to listen to on your commute to and from work, or for entertaining during the day, or at home when you’re relaxing.

With so many different radio apps on the App Store, it can be challenging to find one that works well. Luckily, we’ve compiled five of the best choices that you can download or start using on your iPhone 11. So without further ado, here they are:

Best Radio Apps For iPhone 11

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1. TuneIn Radio

TuneIn Radio brings you over 100,000 radio stations that you can access on the go. On top of that, TuneIn has millions of on-demand programs and podcasts that you can listen to, whether you’re on the road, in the office, or relaxing at home. Listen to it from your phone, or hook it up to your car and listen just like a regular radio!

Content discovery overall is excellent — whether you’re looking for music or podcasts. They make it easy to find new and unique stations, shows, and podcasts. You can even bookmark them so that you don’t forget about them. TuneIn Radio connects up to your virtual assistant Siri so that you can make voice commands for opening up stations, too.

Download it now: here

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2. iHeartRadio

Up next, we’re looking at iHeartRadio. It may not necessarily have as many stations as TuneIn Radio, but you still get access to over 800 local stations across the United States. But on top of radio listening, there are two subscription-based services to go with it — iHeartRadio Plus and iHeartRadio All Access. You don’t have to sign-up for either of these, but it does bring more features to iHeartRadio.

It’ll open up additional content to listen to, and there are features such as offline use, replay, playlists, and others.

iHeartRadio lets you listen to personalized music station based on previously liked songs, sort of like Pandora.

Download it now: here

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3. Apple Music

Next up, we’re looking at Apple’s offering — Apple Music. Believe it or not, on top of on-demand songs, Apple Music has an essential radio function available here. Apple Music’s stations don’t just play music, though — there are stations that you can access to listen to talk radio and your morning talk shows.

There isn’t much music curation here like you’d see in Pandora, but there are some lovely, small details that make the overall experience pleasant. Features like showing you the artwork and song information while you listen, the ability to rate which songs you like and which you would rather not listen to again, and share what you’re listening to on social media sites.

Download it now: here

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4. Radio.com

Enter, Radio.com, the perfect solution for folks looking for music, talk radio, or podcasts. Radio.com can provide you those things live, anytime, and anywhere in the world. You need to have a wireless connection or some cellular connection.

Radio.com is ultimately very similar to TuneIn Radio, allowing you to stream over 300 radio stations and 1,100 podcasts. And worry not — new content is being added to Radio.com almost daily. Content stays fresh all the time.

Radio.com is especially lovely if you want to listen to sports-style commentary —  you’ll be able to easily access radio stations and channels for MLB, NFL, NHL, NBA, and even college teams!

Download it now: here

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5. Pandora

Last up on our countdown, we’re looking at Pandora. Pandora streams over WiFi or through your data connection but gives you a radio-style experience.

The best thing about Pandora is that you create your radio stations. You create them all based on a song, genre, or favorite artist. Pandora will then personally curate that station’s songs to what you initially chose.

You can customize your created stations by pressing the thumbs up or thumbs down button to indicate liking or your dislike of a song. Dislike a song, and the station will never play that again. Like a song, and you’ll hear that song back, but it will also try to pull in similar songs.

Download it now: here

Best Radio Apps For iPhone 11 Verdict

There are a lot of different radio apps that you can choose from out on the App Store; however, it can often be difficult wading through what’s a quality application, and another that isn’t so good. That’s why we took the liberty and sorted together above what we think are the five best radio apps for music and talk show discovery on the iPhone 11.

The best of the best easily comes down to Apple Music. There are tons of curated stations with amazing music inside, but there are also plenty of stations for commentary and talk shows, as well.

What’s your favorite radio app for the iPhone 11? Let us know in the comments section below — we love to hear from our readers!