5 best radio apps for Android

17 Jan

There are a virtually endless number of ways to listen to music these days. You can stream them, listen to the radio, watch music videos, and the old methods (like vinyl) are still humming along as they ever were. Sometimes, though, people like to just hit play and let it go without having to manage every little thing like playlists, play order, or anything like that. Radio isn’t as popular as it used to be. However, it’s still a great way to discover new music and just chill out. For those people, we’d like to present the best radio apps for Android!

1. One Stop Radio Silvia – Free

One Stop Radio Silvia – It’s an application that lets you listen to radio stations around the world.
You do not have to install an application for each radio station, now you have it all in the same place.
Plus if your favorite post is not in our radio list, you can contact us and we will add it as soon as possible.
We update the list of radio stations daily.

The application works even when the screen is closed or accesses other applications, so you can continue your work quietly and listen to your favorite radio station.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.roforumnet.onestopradiosilvia

2. Google Play Music – Pay

Google Play Music is a music streaming service. On top of the streaming, Google maintains a metric ton of playlists covering every genre, almost every decade, and even most moods. So if you’re looking for 90s hits, music to play at BBQs, or just a good rock and roll station, Google Play has you covered. Likely even more so than actual radio apps. People using the free version can get the radio stuff, while the music streaming and additional features come with the $9.99/month price. It’s not actual radio, but it’s close enough.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.music

3. iHeartRadio – Pay

iHeartRadio is one of the most popular solutions for radio apps. It has a large selection of stations to listen to, including FM stations and iHeartRadio’s own stations mixed in. You can find playlists for almost any mood, in almost any genre, and seasonal playlists for things like Christmas or Halloween. It’s completely free to use (supported by in-streaming ads) which is another good bonus. For those who want it, iHeartRadio also comes with Chromecast and Android Wear support. You can get a slightly better experience for $5.99 per month. You can go All Access for $12.99 per month for even more additional features, including on-demand song playing.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.clearchannel.iheartradio.controller

4. Pandora Radio – Pay

The venerable Pandora Radio is probably the most popular of all radio apps. The app made streaming random music mainstream and has enjoyed quite a bit of success over the years. Instead of focusing on specific stations, Pandora lets users create their own stations. You can make them around your favorite artist, music genre, or even song. Pandora does offer playlists to stream, but most people just create their own. You can also get a premium subscription to remove ads for $4.99 per month. You can also go for the full $9.99 per month for Pandora Premium and get on-demand song plays along with other features.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pandora.android

5. Spotify – Pay

Spotify is another music streaming app that has put a larger focus on radio-style streaming over the last couple of years. On top of having genre, mood, and artist-specific stations, Spotify also curates unique lists like “Worldwide top 50” and playlists with new music you specifically haven’t heard yet. The free version gets you pretty much all of the radio features with the $9.99 subscription cost removing advertising and giving you additional features. It’s one of the best out there. It’s also noting at this point that other streaming apps work well. That includes Apple Music, Deezer, and others.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.spotify.music

Top Five Youtube Users

1 Aug

Youtube has certainly made some celebrities over the years and just because of Youtube the following five top Youtube partners are now making a living from their Youtube video channels because of the viral nature of their video content and they all share a common trait, they are entertaining!

The videos all have a quality entertainment factor to them and they do create some funny and also at times contraversial, they are certainly some Youtube users to take note of and see how they actualy get people to subscribe and share their videos around the internet.

Shane Dawson is one of the top Youtube partners who gathers many views from his comedy videos which includes views on celebrities and a mix of his own life story thrown in for good measure, he has had a staggering 245 million upload views and 43 million channel views since March 2008, although he has other networks which help promotes his videos he has over 1 million subscribers which is any one persons dream to be that popular and his videos seem to do that.

When you become a Youtube partner you get a share in the ad revenue that appears on your videos and on your video channel page, but also you get certain brandable perks, such as a top banner and other spots to put your offers and Shane seems to have created some t-shirts at Spreadshirt.com with his branded illustration of ShaneDawsonTV.

Shane does his videos where he’s talking and then he goes off and dresses up in various wigs and takes the piss out of everything, even himself and that’s why he’s popular.

Fred is another popular Youtube user who is just so annoying he’s occasionally funny and that’s saying something, Fred Figglehorn a fictional character, originally started out as a six year old kid who took his mums camera and started to make Youtube videos and he has a trademark high pitched voice and he’d always say Hello it’s FREEEEEEEED right at the start of the videos and it would just follow freds mad cap world in and around his house.

With over 464 million video views and 80 million channel views, he currently has over 1 and a half million subscribers and he also brands himself with Fred merchandise and T-shirts making himself a millionaire by the age of 15 (lucky git!!)

But Fred is an acquired taste as I found the first few videos funny, but then he irritated slightly, but a lot of people love his crazy squeaky voice.

Shaytard has a Youtube channel that just documents a day in the life, sort of like a video diary of him and his family, which people sort of seem interested in, because he’s so popular, although I wouldn’t put my kids on video for the whole world to see, but he does it and if he’s happy doing it then why not, and since he is earning money from his Youtube channel who cares anyway.

With nearly 100 million upload views and 15 million channel views with 365 thousand subscribers his channel and videos just seem to strike a chord with viewers and I find his videos entertaining, much like watching one of those reality TV shows like The Osbournes.

Sxephil is a Youtube channel of The Phillip De Franco Show which is an online TV network of other sites and video channels which broadcasts short videos based on Phils thoughts of world news and it’s funny when he speaks his mind about current news events and even famous celebrity news.

With nearly 333 million upload views and under 37 miilion channel views, with just over a million subscribers, he’s certainly one Youtube user I subscribe to, because of his wry wit and excellent grasp of video editing and news broadcasting in a fun way.

Failblog is one Youtube channel that I found and liked because of it’s really short fail videos, not sure if it’s a proper Youtube partner as I don’t think they have Google ads, but the channel itself is based on a variation of the Cheezburger network which has loads of even funnier content such as photos and even more videos.

Basically the idea behind the Failblog is a series of videos that show someone attempting to do something, but it fails, simple as that, some or even most of the videos are funny and have been aired elsewhere on news channels and TV around the world.

With 914 million upload views and 29 million channel views, with also nearly 755 thousand subscribers, this video channel is one top Youtube channel that distributes it’s network of videos to othernetworks, so there will be money being made if it isn’t with Google ads.

The thing with Youtube is that there are way more than five top youtube users and partners now,as there are some smart business persons who use Youtube as a marketing tool and build their own businesses from this popular video sharing site directly and that to me is totally inspiring and something to aim for.

 

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Put my Life on Hold, will I?

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Random Thought From A Random Girl

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How I wish I can put my life on hold, but can I do that? Or maybe the real question is not “can I?” BUT “will I?” I wonder do I have that much courage to leave everything behind, even just for a moment. God knows how I really want to go out there, exploring the world, exploring me, exploring you, exploring us even deeper. I sometimes think that maybe we have this fate is because god still want us to travel, to explore, to really go out there and try to scrape the iceberg few more layer.

I had a dream.

A dream where there is only you and me; everyone else is just a stranger

A dream where I found us surround in happiness

A dream where I can actually see me smiling

From dusk till dawn all I hear was just me and you laughing so hard

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