A little under three months ago the developers of TuneIn Radio announced they were working on re-releasing their popular online radio service as a Universal Windows 10 application. As of yesterday, the TuneIn Radio developers delivered on that pledge. With the latest update to TuneIn Radio, Windows users now have a single application accessible from a desktop PC, tablet, and/or Windows 10 Mobile device. As with all universal applications, the interface between devices is strikingly similar, allowing nearly seamless transitions between platforms. According to some early Reddit adopters, the interface itself has received a major update in addition to the application finally working as expected on Windows 10 PCs.
Granted, over 120 million devices are now running Windows 10, Windows 10 mobile is still very new, with only about 7% of Windows mobile users on the new mobile OS. With that said, other than those with one of the new Lumia flagships, only Windows 10 mobile insiders will have access to the new mobile application. If you are among those with a Windows 10 mobile device or the 120 plus million running Windows 10, let us know your thoughts on the updated TuneIn radio application.