TuneIn Radio saw a decent update earlier in the month. That last update brought some new social features, as well as a new look and feel. Another update for TuneIn Radio has recently arrived in the Play Store, though this one seems more focused on fixes and improvements.
To begin with, the folks behind the app have brought back the Exit button. This one is simple (but welcomed) and means users can tap the three-dot menu icon in the upper right of any screen to exit. Just tap the menu icon and choose Exit. This update also added one-click play for the stations you follow in your profile (these were previously called favorites).
The other highlights this time around include an improved back button navigation in the drawer and bug fixes to help avoid several crashes. Other fixes include one for several of the deep linking issues and an issue with the sign-up prompts. Users can also go ahead and sign-up (and sign-in) with Google+.
The TuneIn Radio app is available from the Google Play Store. The free version can be found using this link, and the Pro (paid) version can be found using this link. Both allow you to stream audio to include radio stations, podcasts and more. The main differences between the free and Pro (paid) versions is the ability to record and the lack of banner advertisements (in the Pro version). TuneInRadio Pro is priced at $3.99.