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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