If you love music, then you probably subscribe to Apple Music and jump right to it on your Mac when you’re in the mood to groove. But that may also mean that you dabble in more than one music source.
Maybe you also use Spotify to share playlists with pals who enjoy those services. Or perhaps you even pop on an FM radio station from the time to time just for something different or for a favorite radio show.
There’s no reason you can’t have more than one app on your Mac for songs and radio shows. So if you’re thinking of trying something new, check out this list of the best music and radio apps for your Mac.
Apple today announced the Apple Music Radio service featuring two new Internet radio stations, dubbed Apple Music Hits and Apple Music Country, which feature exclusive original shows from the world’s top music hosts and artists.
Apple Music's Beats 1 station hosts like DJs Zane Lowe, Ebro Darden and Julie Adenuga today began broadcasting from their homes, using FaceTime to interview musicians.
We listen to radio in our cars, on our iPhones and iPads, on our Mac, and on our, of course, radios, so why not listen on Apple TV? For some nice background music in your office, waiting room, or living room, here are the best radio apps for Apple TV.
The Siri live radio feature that was announced during the June 3 WWDC 2019 keynote is now being quietly rolled out across HomePod, iPhone and iPad ahead of iOS 13's launch this fall.
Your Bluetooth and Wi-Fi radios are always searching for new devices and networks, even when they aren’t being used. That said, both can have an impact on your device’s battery life, and a new free jailbreak tweak called AutoBlue by iOS developer Karimo299 attempts to help you find that ideal sweet spot in between performance and battery savings.
AutoBlue works by automatically disabling Bluetooth and/or
Wi-Fi after a certain amount of time of being unused. The timers are fully
configurable by the end user, and you can even configure the triggers that will
re-enable Bluetooth and/or Wi-Fi whenever they become disabled by the tweak.
Your iPhone uses an assortment of cellular and Wi-Fi-based networks to keep you connected to the internet throughout the day, but as you might come to expect, your iPhone uses more battery and data when it stays connected to both.
WiCellSwitcher is a new free jailbreak tweak by iOS developer Bruno Andrade that automatically disables your iPhone’s cellular radio whenever you connect to a Wi-Fi network, and as you might come to expect, it automatically turns the cellular radio back on again after your handset drops its Wi-Fi connection.
Plenty of us create playlists in the Music app with songs we love. But sometimes music goes undiscovered if we don’t venture past those playlists. With this in mind, you can create a radio station in the music app based on songs you like.
You can create the station from tunes you see on Apple Music or those in your library. The songs on the station are similar to those you base the station off of. So, you can listen to music similar to your tastes, but may also hear something new. Cool, right?
Here’s how to create a radio station in the Music app on iPhone,
iPad, and Mac.
The United Kingdom's hip-hop DJ Charlie Sloth confirmed yesterday that he recently joined Apple Music and Beats 1 radio after being forced out of BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra in November.
The Financial Times at the beginning of November alleged that Apple was mentioned as one of the potential investors in iHeartMedia, and now the paper has published new details on the iPhone maker's negotiations with the struggling US radio group.
5KPlayer by DearMob is a media player and streamer with over seven million downloads that solves all your audio and video problems. It's a mixture of a free HD video player that supports foreign video formats like MKV, a music player, a DLNA and AirPlay-enabled media streamer and a media downloader that makes multiscreen playback easier than ever.
Unnamed industry executives claim that Beats 1, Apple's free 24/7 Internet radio, has failed to attract “the huge audiences” the Cupertino technology giant had anticipated.