NPR One app brings public access radio right to your phone


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Public Access Radio fans have a new app to sink their teeth into: NPR has brought their NPR One app to Android. The app feeds you daily news stories from around the world and within your community. You can specify what your interests are and the app will deliver up audio broadcasts of all the stories you can handle. Here’s a quick look at its feature set:

  • A personalized stream of NPR and local station news and stories
  • Skip, rewind, pause and share
  • Search for your favorite shows, stations and podcasts
  • International, national, regional and local content
  • A simple, intuitive interface

And it’s all free, naturally, so there’s no reason you shouldn’t take this opportunity to feel more connected and aware of the world around you. The app requires Android 4.0 and higher, but as long as you have that then you’re good to go. Grab those headphones and dig in!

Quentyn Kennemer
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