TuneIn Radio Universal App for Windows 10 now Available on the Store

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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A new TuneIn Radio beta app has appeared on the Windows Store, thus signaling the fact that the radio company is planning to make it an universal app available for both desktop and mobile users of Windows 10.

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The official TuneIn Radio app for Windows users has been available for quite a while now on the Windows Store, but not it seems that the company is working on a new, universal application for Windows 10 desktop and Windows 10 Mobile users.

A brand new app has appeared on the Windows Store with the name ‘TuneIn Radio BETA’, but when you try to download it, it already points to the existing TuneIn Radio app if you have installed it already.

The app is said to work on mobile devices and PC, which is clear indication of the fact that this is going to be a new universal app. It comes with an approximate size of 25 megabytes and is said to be available only in English at the moment.

For the time being, the app isn’t yet available for download, but we will be keeping an eye out and will let you know once it becomes available for a public release.

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