Internet radio: for example, one might enjoy the "radiodroid2" app on an Android phone, or similar. There seem to be thousands of stations.
- (Or other internet radio; there might be other good apps. It uses network data.)
- There seem to be free radio stations for everything (thousands: styles, countries, languages, etc), and a nice UI, even to record, if desired.
- I have no direct affiliation with it though.
- It comes from the free app store whose .apk file one can download at f-droid.org , then "side-load" (install).
- (One might have to change phone settings first, to allow installing apps from downloaded files. Could change it back after installing f-droid, if desired.)
- Everything at that app store (they say) is built from Freely-available source code, and so can be inspected, learned from, redistributed...
- And the apps are much less likely to have malware, it would seem, than other app stores.
- There is much there and it is fun to browse.
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