With spring finally arriving, sports fans are smiling. And TuneIn Radio is here to bring you the latest.
Time for tip-off
Along with the NCAA Final Four this weekend in Houston, Major League Baseball’s Opening Day is on Monday, April 4. And at the end of the week, The Masters Golf Tournament tees off in Augusta, Georgia on Thursday, April 7 and will wrap up on Sunday, April 10.
And the TuneIn Radio app is a great place to stream all of those major events.
Starting on Saturday, April 2, listeners can stream free live audio coverage of the Final Four from Houston via the March Madness Station.
Premium subscribers can listen to live Opening Day coverage on MLB Radio. Everyone can listen to MLB Fantasy 411, MLB Network International Talk and others including the official MLB podcasts.
The Masters Radio station will provide streaming audio from the course for free.
The service can be accessed on both an iPhone or iPad.
Premium subscribers can listen to coverage from a number of different sports leagues.
Along with Major League Baseball, Premium subscribers can listen to live play-by-play coverage of NFL games – both the home and away broadcasts. Soccer fans can also listen to live coverage of the Barclays Premier League and Bundesliga matches.
Starting this fall, with the NBA 2016-2017 season, Premium subscribers will be able to listen to live play-by-play of NBA action. That includes all preseason, regular season, and postseason games.
You’ll also receive access to 600 commercial-free music stations, unlimited access to more than 40,000 audiobooks, and 16 different language learning stations.
Visit TuneIn’s site to get out more information or to sign up for a free, seven-day trial to the Premium tier. You can also sign up for a subscription through the app. It costs $7.99 per month.
There are two different TuneIn Radio apps available to download on the App Store now. TuneIn Radio Pro costs $9.99 while TuneIn Radio is free. Both are designed for the iPhone/iPod touch and all iPad models.
The major draw of the Pro version, along with no display advertisements, is the ability to record what you’re listening to for later playback – even while offline.
Both apps also offer support for the Apple Watch. With the watch, users can change stations, jump to recent or related stations, follow stations or shows, play content, and see what’s playing.
Download the apps now