Rogue Amoeba releases Radioshift Touch for iPhone

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Macintosh developer Rogue Amoeba on Monday released Radioshift Touch, a new application for the iPhone and iPod touch.

Radioshift Touch gives users access to Internet radio stations over Wi-Fi, EDGE, or 3G, the company said. USing the application you can find the stream for your local radio station, listen to popular stations, or browse stations by genre.

The application also features SmartStream, which automatically chooses the best available audio stream based on your current connection.

Radioshift Touch is available from the App Store and costs $9.99.

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