AIR News App: An Initiative by All India Radio To Provide Latest News,Current Affair Podcast and Live Radio
When we compared to this age and old age we can find lots of changes. Mainly the communication medium, or the media. A few years back, people using radio to get the news updates, listening music etc. At that time radio is the only medium to know the news or any entertainment event. Now, we all have smartphones and we are spending a huge amount of time on it. Lots of people using FM radio on their Smartphones. It delivers music, news updates, other entertainment programs etc. When you search on Google Play Store, you can get lots of Radio apps. Today here I’m sharing an app named AIR News. Air News app is the official application of India’s national public radio broadcaster All India Radio. Let’s know more about this application.
AIR News App
AIR News is the official Android application of All India Radio. It is a free Android application available on Google Play Store under the News & Magazines category of apps. It delivers the latest news, current affairs, Podcast, Live Radio and more. You can get access to the latest news and current affairs of national, international, state and also regional wise from Prasar Bharati, the Public Service Broadcaster of the country India. Through Air News application, you can read the latest national, International, States, Business, sports news and also listen to daily and weekly news based programmes as well.
As per Google Play Store records, Over 1 million of people using this application. It has an average rating of 4.1. App size is just 4.4M. Last updated on August 11, 2018. And the AIR News application requires Android version 4.1 and up. App content rated age 3+.
The official AIR News Android app also brings you India’s regional news bulletins in audio form along with special news and current affairs based programs for an enriching news experience. The application is available in 30 regional languages such as Gujarati , Sanskrit, Kashmiri, Arunachali, Chhattisgarh, Konkani, Ladakhi, Bengali, Nagamese, Gojri, Dogri, Rajasthani, English, Manipuri, Telugu, Bhojpuri, Bhutia, Lepcha, Nepali, Assamese, Odia, Tamil, Sindhi, Mizo, Marathi, Urdu, Kannada, Hindi, Malayalam, and Punjabi.