A lot of the time, people just want to hear a variety of music.
The Web Radio app lets you listen to the likes of Kanye West, Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, Drake and more on a variety a variety or even listen to radio stations on your smartphone.
It has some limitations, though, like that it can only play songs that are in a genre, like EDM.
Now, Touma, a Japanese company, has developed an app that lets you stream music and podcasts directly from your smartphone without having to download an app.
“Our goal was to create a mobile version of a popular radio service, but our goal was also to bring radio into the home environment,” said Touma CEO and co-founder Masayuki Tanaka.
“The smartphone was the key to reaching this goal.”
Touma’s Web Radio App is available on the Android and iOS app stores.
You can stream music from Spotify, Pandora, Tidal, iHeartRadio, TuneIn and more.
It also has access to music stations and podcasts in different genres, and it can search for songs by genre, artist or genre.
“Touma has been working on this for about two years,” said Tanaka.
“There are several features we added, but there is one feature that really stands out: It supports podcasts and music streaming from the Google Play Store.”
The WebRadio app was developed by Tanaka and his team.
It is based on the Touma app, and is the same as its Android and iPhone counterparts.
But it has one key difference: The Touma App only supports streaming music from the music store, not podcasts.
That means you can’t listen to podcasts from your Android phone, or listen to music from podcasts on your iPhone.
Tanaka said it’s not that Touma wants to replace the Toume App, but rather add its own services to its app.
Tanaka has been a big proponent of the Web Radio concept in Japan, where he said his company is currently one of the fastest growing mobile radio companies.
He said the web radio concept has a lot of potential to grow in the country.
“We believe it has the potential to be the world’s largest digital radio service and to serve more than a million users in the United States and Europe, with over 10 million downloads per month,” he said.
Tanaka and the team behind the WebRadio App are still figuring out how to monetize the app.
But Tanaka said the company is working to bring in advertisers to promote the service.
The Toumas app has over 3 million downloads, and Tanaka said that the company expects to add 20 million downloads this year.
“As a radio company, we have no intention of taking money from advertisers.
We are focusing on making the best product and service we can,” Tanaka said.
The new service is also available for Android phones.
There are currently no plans for an iPhone version.