TuneIn: NFL, Radio & Podcasts

TuneIn: NFL, Radio & Podcasts for Pc

  • Category: Music
  • Last Updated: 2018-11-07
  • Current version: 15.0
  • File size: 125.83 MB
  • Developer: TuneIn
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing TuneIn: NFL, Radio & Podcasts on your Windows PC

Download TuneIn: NFL, Radio & Podcasts for Windows: TuneIn: NFL, Radio & Podcasts is an Music App, developed by TuneIn. The Music App was officially released 2011-04-19. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - TuneIn, with the latest current version being 15.0 which was officially released on 2018-11-07. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 375,828 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5.

Using TuneIn: NFL, Radio & Podcasts on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install TuneIn: NFL, Radio & Podcasts on your computer in 4 simple steps below:

1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 

2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.

3: How to Use TuneIn: NFL, Radio & Podcasts for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type TuneIn: NFL, Radio & Podcasts in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on TuneIn: NFL, Radio & Podcasts application icon. A window of TuneIn: NFL, Radio & Podcasts will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the TuneIn: NFL, Radio & Podcasts icon. Click on it and start using the application.

Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About TuneIn: NFL, Radio & Podcasts

Developer Description

TuneIn brings you live sports, music, news, podcasts, and radio from around the world. Listen to the audio you love and let the moments move you. Hear every NFL, College Football, and MLB Playoff and World Series game with TuneIn. Stream your favorite radio stations, music, news, talk, podcasts and more. Top 5 Reasons to Download TuneIn: 1. Live play-by-play of every NFL, MLB, NBA and NHL game. Plus College Football, Baseball, Basketball, sports talk, ESPN and more. 2. Commercial free music curated by leading-edge DJs, live mixes and special guests. 3. Up to the minute coverage from the news sources you trust like CNN, BBC, NPR, Fox, MSNBC & more. 4. From chart toppers to newly discovered gems, immerse yourself in the world of talk with top podcasts. 5. Stream 100,000+ AM & FM radio stations from around the world Stream music from your Apple Watch while you workout or tap into TuneIn for CarPlay and listen to the latest sporting event or hit podcast on the go. Access TuneIn at home with Google Home and Amazon Echo and Alexa. Subscribe to TuneIn Premium to enjoy: Live play-by-play of every NFL, MLB, NBA and NHL game, all season long Exclusive access to expertly-curated commercial-free music stations -Commercial-free news from trusted sources like MSNBC Download TuneIn now and start listening to the best music, news, podcasts and sports radio. Subscribe to TuneIn Radio Premium through the app. If you choose to subscribe, you will be charged a monthly subscription fee according to your country. The subscription fee will be shown in the app before you complete the payment. Your subscription will automatically renew every month at the then-current subscription fee unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the then-current subscription period. Your iTunes account will automatically be charged within 24 hours prior to the end of the then-current period. The subscription fee will be charged monthly. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings. Privacy policy: http://tunein.com/policies/privacy/ Terms of use: http://tunein.com/policies/ TuneIn uses Nielsen measurement software which allows you to contribute to market research, like Nielsen’s TV Ratings. To learn more about Neilsen's products and your privacy, please visit http://www.nielsen.com/digitalprivacy for more information.

App Reviews

  • TuneIn, An Excellent and fabulous app

    By Treype
    I have been using the TuneIn app since I first purchased my iPhone 6 through AT&T. When I first installed the TuneIn app, I was using the standard version of the app. As you would expect, the standard version of TuneIn, being free, did have commercials, which was a bit annoying. But, the most annoying issue was a technical glitch, which caused the app to constantly skip back and repeat the last few seconds of the song or talk show I would be listening too on any given radio station. This was extremely annoying. So, I upgraded to TuneIn premium. However, this annoying issue continued even after every update was released and installed. I refrained from using TuneIn, all together and switched to a different app. I have recently started back using the TuneIn premium app, which is now working smoothly without any technical glitches. TuneIn no longer has the annoying technical glitch mentioned above, TuneIn enables me to tune into so many great radio stations from all around the world! Even the Christian radio station I am employed by is available on TuneIn! A Big Thank You to the TuneIn Tech Team!
  • Is network error handling so hard?

    By HazMatt
    I want to stream internet radio in my car. So I try to use this app (connected via Bluetooth to my car stereo). The first time I launch it in my car, it works great. It streams my station the whole way. So then I get to where ever I’m driving to and leave my car, taking my phone with me. When I get back to my car (5 minuets or 5 hours later - it doesn’t matter), I expect it to continue streaming (the same station as before - like when I use the Apple Music app, for example). The app doesn’t stream any more. So I launch the app and I can navigate the interface, but it won’t stream the station I was playing before, it won’t stream anything. I have to force quit the app and relaunch it to get it to work again. This happens every time I turn off my car and then comeback later. I totally understand that network errors happen with internet streams and cell networks, but given that this is a mobile app that is based on network connectivity-I would expect it to handle errors more gracefully and recover (without a force quit). This has been an issue with the app for more than a year-every couple updates they release, I try the latest version again and every time I get this same problem. Does anyone know a better app for this?
  • Do not use this app

    By MikoMikoBeast
    So I heard good things about this app so I downloaded it. You have the option of a 7day free trial or a 30day free trial. I selected the 30 day and started my membership. So I searched through the stations for the radio stations I listen to so I can listen to them while I travel and the 3 stations I listen to in my hometown are not even available on the app. So the whole purpose of getting this app was to be able to listen to those stations. Since I couldn’t I decided to cancel my free trial and call it a day but you can’t cancel from the app. It tells you to cancel from the iTunes Store. So when you go to the iTunes Store on your phone you can’t cancel it from your phone you have to get on the computer. They make it very difficult for people to cancel their membership especially if the app doesn’t even offer the stations I was looking for. It would have been great if it offered those stations and I would have kept the membership but it doesn’t and the process to cancel is too much you should be able to cancel from the app. I don’t back my phone up to a computer I use the iCloud so this just created unnecessary work for someone who doesn’t have a personal computer. If I could give this app 0 stars I would.
  • My love for Baltimore Sports !!

    By Jack Henry Widerman
    Lived in Baltimore Maryland all of my life ! Just recently moved about an hour and fifteen minutes away to Charles Town West Virginia and I’m having a very hard time getting 105.7 The Fan ! I’ve been a Baltimore Colts fan ,a Baltimore Orioles fan and a Baltimore Ravens fan !! I’m 60 years old and have been a fan of the Colts and Orioles since I was about 7 or 8 !! Also a Ravens fan since their inception !! Im on disability so I listen to you off and on for most of the day !! I’ve called in a hand full of times but i mostly love to listen to the callers !! I especially love listening to little Mo who i keep in my prayers !! Both Bob and Ed !! Would like to continue listening to all you guys with out having too pay for it !! If i had it i wouldn’t mind paying but like i said I’m on disability and live on a rather small income !! Love the station and all the guys !! Bottom line is that i can’t afford to pay for it !! Bad enough I’ll have trouble watching the Orioles and Ravens games !!
  • Tunein radio vs Premium Read the description!

    By thechizwoman
    I just downloaded Tunein radio. You have to be careful and read everything before you tap GET. I noticed that I was taken fo a screen that gave you a choice between 7 days or 30 days for free trial for Tunein Premium but does not disclose amount which is not good business honesty to display in my opinion. I was confused and just clicked on the X to the left and got out. However I went back and read all of Tunein radio description and it DOES tell you the difference between the plain Tunein vs the premium But you need to read carefully. When I don’t understand where I am I look for that X. Anyway I checked to see if I was charged and I wasn’t so I did the right thing. Tunein Radio is free. The radio station I was looking for endorsed Tuneinradio to find their station. I will give it sometime and then probably will change it to a 4 Star because I just got it today. So far I am pleased because I have the radio station I wanted.😊
  • Used to be great app - now just OK

    By inclover22
    a. I have used TuneIn radio for at least five years (if it’s been around that long) and it’s my absolute go to. I love it and I have referred uncountable people to get it. I use it at least two hours every day, often much more on Saturdays particularly, but lately there have been problems. One problem is that it looks like the interface is new - it’s not at all as informative: I can’t any more see how to move my preferences around (prioritize, alphabetize, etc) and the shows and stations that do display in Browse display far less detail on them. I’m very frustrated b. The most annoying problem - and I’m not sure if it’s because of stream or the program itself - but on several NPR programs that I regularly stream, phrases keep repeating themselves: Two or three words will replay and then the stream will pick up and continue for a few minutes, and then two or three words at that spot will replay and then it will move on (repeat and repeat and repeating) Today on Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me! it happened 10 times easily: The timer on the page even registered that the 1 hour program (really 55 minutes because of News) took 30 + 33 minutes to complete. (I can send you a photo if you like.) c. In the Apple App Store I only see the free version. I believe what I have I paid for like 2.99, but for some reason it’s not.
  • Thinks censorship is an American value before elections

    By Indy2017
    I used to love this app, but this week in an Orwellian and quite creepy collusion with other platforms, they “unpersoned”, completely erased, Alex Jones without notice of any violations of this platform whatsoever, and curiously, right before American elections. Is this USA, or Venezuela, or Stalinist Russia? No matter what you think of “the person” specifically, it is repugnant to everything it means to be an American, and the other platforms are already subverting the message of many others, banning touching campaign videos for example, from Cambodia-American Elizabeth Heng. This is pretty disgusting and not about a single person, so don’t be diverted with that spoon-fed distraction from the principle. Yeah, they’re “private”, people will argue, while they sell your info to others and argue themselves as “the” platforms for American public discourse, to win that market share deceptively. When opposing viewpoints scare you, your motives are questionable, if not criminal. Let ostensibly “free” people decide what they want to hear. We don’t need “big brother’. Not in this exceptional country. This is Shameful on an Epic scale.
  • Audiobooks gone!! 😞

    By DomE080808008080808
    Many users might not be big Audiobook listeners but I am, and considering the high monthly prices for every other audiobook app out there (like Audible or Audiobooks), TuneIn was the best option! I remember when I started using this app, there were a few users and it clearly needed some app work, but I was positively surprised to find the vast collection of audiobooks in the app (with the premium subscription). TuneIn didn’t require you to pay for every new audiobook you listen to but had free amount of audiobooks for the monthly subscription price, apart from all the other radio, news stations and podcasts available. Since I only listen to Audiobooks and Podcasts, there is really no reason for me to keep paying for this app. This is a hue disappointment! I think that if TuneIn would have advertised their audiobook potential they would’ve received a vast amount of new users and a lot would have preferred it over the established Audible/Audiobooks app. If you decide to bring the audiobook section back let me know! I’ll be happy to pay for the subscription!
  • CBS yanked all their stations away from Tunein

    By 4th Doctor fan
    *To those reviews about subscription or trial period.. you DON'T need to sign up for the Premium service, nor do you need to sign up for Trial period (which does roll into a Premium paid service if you don't cancel, so just DON'T sign up for Trial period, you can just skip past anything regarding signing up). You can listen for FREE, without having to signup for anything. Too bad that CBS pulled all their CBS Sports and CBS Local News stations off from Tunein (but that is not Tunein's fault). And other censorship concerns would only apply if this were a government run service, which it is not. Those commentators have the right to free speech (with their own broadcast antenna, their own newspaper, their own website, etc) for their views, but other companies such as this can not be compelled to distribute such speech if they choose not to carry it. ---orig--- **Everyone needs to complain directly to CBS Radio (and their Entercom owner)... So evidently CBS Radio (and Entercom, who merged with them) is who forced all of their stations off of Tunein as of July/August, requiring you to use their own radio app instead (which is highly inferior to Tunein). Also, that CBS/Entercom app is not supported by Roku and other services (the way Tunein app was used by Roku). First CBS forces you onto their own subscription service for streaming TV, now they do the same thing for radio. Sad !!
  • A very fine internet tuner - though buffering is question

    By Illuminer
    So far, this is my favorite radio internet tuner. It covers so many fine stations, and allows you to buffer or store a station's past minutes if you put it on hold. It has tendency to go into a buffer mode erratically and repeats several previous seconds every so often. Actually, a bit too often for comfort. Otherwise, it works flawlessly. As it does store buffered sections, I wish there was a way to know when I'm listening to buffered sections and how many minutes it has buffered, or is in its "live" radio mode , as well being able to optionally go back and rehear previous sections of the broadcast. An update button to shift to live or shift to the buffered sections would be nice. One other needed fix is that quite often, the banner naming the program doesn't match. "Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me" is listed as "Car Talk"