App Giveaway: Frequencies for iPhone

Frequencies is an iPhone app that let's you look up and store the frequencies to your favorite radio stations.

There have been plenty of times where I left the dome light in my car left turned-on overnight and killed the battery. The most annoying part of this wasn't jump or push-starting my car, rather it was finding all my favorite radio stations to save in my stereo. I wish I had this app. Next time, I'll be prepared!

Frequencies is a simple app to find out your favourite radio station's frequency where-ever you are. Frequencies saves you having to search for your station and lets you get back to listening.

Frequencies employs a simplistic interface so you're never more than a tap away from finding the station you need.

  • Quick and easy listing of all available stations
  • Locally stored database
  • Image preview of available stations
  • Fast searching - don't spend ages finding the station you're looking for!


The good folks at Yoshimi Robotics have given us promo codes to give away to 5 lucky readers. For a chance to win, let us know where your from and the frequency of your favorite radio station in the comments below!

Frequencies is available on the iPhone for $0.99.

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Max says:

I'm from Houston and my favourites are 104.1 and 94.5 :3

Stoffzor says:

Sweden, "Din gata 100,6" :)

jeroenb42 says:

Netherlands, Radio 538, 102.1

austco says:

Seattle 90.3FM KEXP is the best station ever.

hatsiflatsi says:

Also Netherlands, Radio 538, 102.1

psiclne says:

Los Angeles, and I listen to Sirius 45

Jeremiah says:

Chapel Hill, NC and I listen to 97.5

Berto S. says:

I'm from Chicago. Love listening to AM1000 and to 97.1 rock station. :-)

Adhitia says:

Indonesia. I love 101 Jak FM

Pedro says:

From Spain Radio 3 93.2

Michael Allen says:

Seattle Washington - 89.5 if I want classical, otherwise I'm on 107.7

HawaiiGuy01 says:

Aloha from Honolulu, Hawaii! I'd love to be considered for Frequencies and listen, at times to Honolulu's KCCN FM 100, all of today's Hawaiian Hit Music.

Michal Vymazal says:

Hi guys, I'm from Czech Republic (right in the center of Europe) and my favorite radio station is Aligator at 103FM

Aaron Pearce says:

New Zealand and 95.8, The Rock

Mariusz says:

I'm from Poland & my favorite is Chilli Zet 106,8 FM :)

Marin says:

I'm from Bulgaria, 91.5 FM Darik Radio

David says:

I'm from Puerto Rico.

Dan says:

From Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The best station in town is 92.1 CITI FM.

Enzo83 says:

I'm from Rochester, NY. My favorite frequency is 100.5 The Drive.

ravee3rd says:

Hello, iMore! I'm from Richmond, Va and I like WRVA 1140 AM and WMAL 105.9 FM. Love to win this!

bnpdp says:

Rhode Island, USA
92.3 WPRO

Monte says:

I'm from Yarmouth Nova Scotia Canada and I listen to The Wave 95.5 FM.

Littlefishchan says:

I live in Ohio, in my favorite radio station is WGUC 91.7. That's the local NPR station

Jimny says:

I'm am from Prescott Valley AZ and I listen to 101.1

Martin says:

Denmark, Radio24syv, 102,7.

Kyle says:

Lincoln, Nebraska, 104.1 and 100.7

invalididentity says:

I am from Kassel, Germany and my favorite stations is 99.4 =)

just1083 says:

I live in Atlanta, GA and my favorite radio station is Rock 100.5! Thanks for the contest!

Chris says:

Buckinghamshire, 98.2 BBC Radio 1

mastman says:

100.7 WMMS in Cleveland

Maria Castro says:

Im From Colombia im my favorite prefuences is 90.9 La MEGA

Shay says:

I'm from Peoria, Il. I like 97.3

Suzannesstud says:

I'm from Lawrenceburg, KY and my favorite station is the legendary WAKY 103.5 out of Louisville and Radcliffe, KY. WAKY Radio is 53 years strong and Kentuckiana's only oldies station that plays all your Elvis, Motown, British Invasion Music, The Beatles, and everything else from the 50's, 60's, 70's, and 80's. Even still has all the old jingles back from the day, and they also stream their broadcast on the Internet at WAKY1035.COM and also through iDevice apps such as iRadio and others.

DonS50 says:

For as long as I can remember it was KIIS 102.7 in Los Angeles.

pmsceneboy says:

the Netherlands.
- Radio 3FM (96.8 FM)
- Exxact Fm Barendrecht (Local Radio Station near Rotterdam. 106.4FM -

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