One of the popular iPhone web apps FlyTunes which brought internet radio to the iPhone and iPod Touch has just got better. Video and audio podcasts, a new user interface, and a customizable channel guide to their iPhone app was recently added.
During CES pitching, a startup company called FlyTunes Inc. had unveiled a new digital radio service for the iPhone and iPod Touch. It is an alternative to Sirius Satellite Radio. The latest enhancements have now taken iPhone app a step further. There are over 200 new channels in addition to the 150 odd channels of internet radio. These 200 new channels cover a wide range of topics such as news, entertainment, politics, kids & family, health, comedy, business and technology.
They have streamlined FlyTunes user interface so that it is made easier for you to surf through these 350 odd channels, so as to enable one to quickly find and select desired channels from two simple dialog boxes with each channel now displaying more detailed information. Flexibility is provided to enable or disable individual channels and even entire genres from the selection menu thanks to the new MyGuide feature.
You need to register at FlyTunes to use their application.