One of the most used Symbian S60 apps would be the Nokia Internet Radio, and we’re pleased to note that it has finally made its way to the Series 40 feature phone platform. While it isn’t exactly the polished apple just yet as it remains in beta, the application will enable one to browse through tens of thousands of stations which are perfect for the organized person as you can classify stations according to genre, language and region. Not only that, you are also able to look for the specific station if you already have an idea of what you want, adding it to your bunch of favorites shortly thereafter. If you like a particular piece of music, just buy it from the Ovi Music store after that – depending on station availability, of course.
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