• Fri. Apr 16th, 2021

So your Android device doesn’t have FM radio? Fix it with this app


Spirit FM

There’s a saying that goes, “On Android, there’s an app for everything!” Doubt that as much as you can, and you may end up being disappointed. If you own an Android device and later discover it doesn’t have FM Radio. Oh well. There’s an app for that.

Spirit FM is a tuned, over-the-air FM radio app. The amazing thing here, this app doesn’t require any internet access. Whether you’re rooted or not, install this on your Android device and you’re good to go. In some cases where the FM Radio is a hidden feature on your device, this app can unlock it. Full credits goes to Mike Reid, the developer for making great app a reality.

This app works on most Android devices that don’t support or have FM radio. Though there are some exceptions. Some Samsung, HTC, and Motorola models require you must be rooted before it can work. That being said, Spirit FM has a visualizer and a widget which you can place on homescreen.

It also has themes you can use to customize the app user interface. This is coupled with great listening sound quality, and you can force the sound output to stereo.

Download/Purchase Spirit FM HERE. Or visit it’s thread on Xda Developers for more insights.




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Etoniru Chibueze

Chibueze is an award-winning gadget reviewer and geek. He loves research, while living and breathing tech. You can reach him on Facebook, Twitter ,OR LinkedIn

2 thoughts on “So your Android device doesn’t have FM radio? Fix it with this app”
  1. Spirit & Spirit 2 FM definitely need root, and they only work on devices with FM radio chips. Expensive too

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