- Alexa has TuneIn and myTuner to offer Indian and global radio stations
- You can listen to BBC Radio 2 and ESPN Radio
- There are also Radio City and Radio One options for Alexa users in India
Making voice assistance closer to Indian users, Amazon on Tuesday announced that it now offers access to over 350 radio stations through Alexa. The latest change comes alongside the ability stream music from services such as Amazon Prime Music, Gaana, Saavn, and Hungama Music. Amazon Alexa users can listen to live broadcast of 17 All India Radio (AIR) stations in 14 Indian languages as well as access hundreds of other private radio stations from India and across the globe from the TuneIn and myTuner integration, the US e-commerce giant highlighted in a press note. The new move commemorates the World Radio Day that takes place annually on February 13 to celebrate the existence of radio.
Amazon says that with the availability of 17 All India Radio stations, users can leverage Alexa to listen to all the popular options, including Vividh Bharati and FM Gold. There are also options such as Radio City with 14 Alexa skills ranging from Radio City Sufi to Bollywood Mix and Deepam, the Radio One skill to provide live radio stations from Delhi, Mumbai, and Bengaluru.