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  1. finnaginagain

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    is there an app that will let me listen to the radio?

    coast to coast am to be exact only station i really care about
     

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    I use RadioTime and it works really well. It has all the local radio stations where I live and also allows you to listen to podcast of radio show.
     
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    Try this: Welcome | Yourmuze.FM

    You don't need an app, but you need an account. There are tons of stations, and some of them have Coast to Coast I'm sure. It doesn't have to be a local station, but your local stations may be on there.

    Stations are added by users. If you know the stream URL of your station you can add it yourself.
     
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    There is an iheartradio app too isnt there?
     
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    Yeah, that app is made by clearchannel so it only has clearchannel stations. (which happens to be a large percentage of them in the US)
     
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    Which works for me, But I guess maybe not everyone. Most the local stations I want to hear are CC.
     
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    If it is just coast to coast you are looking for RadioTime will work perfectly for you, there are about 10 different stations (at least) that are carried by RadioTime that carry coast to coast am.
     
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    slacker radio is one option although, I'm not familar with it. I always use pandora, but I don't think that sets to specific AM of FM stations
     
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    Just about any streaming player. The key is finding the streams. The above players can play Shoutcast streams, where you'll find a few C2C entries (I listen too).

    Some stations stream their own feeds but it's generally a real PITA to play them... it's usually proprietary.

    Happy listening.
     
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    Slacker isn't going to do what the original poster wants.
     

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