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Power Radio – FM Player with RDS Decoding
6Fg8 has created Power Radio. Her introduction says everything you’ll need to know:
The built-im FM player – at least on HTC HD – misses many features i’d like to have in a FM radio. PowerRadio delivers many data available via RDS which would otherwise be invisible to the listener. Here are just a few examples:
- Radiotext: contains information broadcast by the respective station. What you get here totally depens on the broadcaster. You might see title and interpret, call-in numbers, SMS trafficservice numbers, URL’s etc.
- Traffic announcements, program type, coverage area, date, time, timezone, various status flags
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