If you’re a fan of streaming radio stations online, then Microsoft has got a solution for you to help you find the right station to listen to. Microsoft has announced that its Bing team has partnered with TuneIn to improve radio related search results on the Bing search engine.
The partnership is an extension of Bing’s music search experience, and will ultimately mean that users and radio fans can easily find local radio station information and also find stations which are available for streaming. All it takes to use the new experience is to search Bing for “online radio stations,” and you will be led to a sample collection of the most searched for radio stations.
After that initial search, you will be able to click a play button and listen to the station from the web, or click on a smaller tab to redirect you to TunIn’s website.
On mobile devices, however, a search will open up the TuneIn app (you can get it below), where you can then listen to the station you searched for. The Bing team notes that this is just the start of what you can expect from the experience, as over 10,000 stations and formats have been tagged for the experience. More stations are also coming soon, so be sure to stay tuned and keep searching!