A new Google Maps map called Radio. Garden allows you to listen to live radio stations from all over the world for free.
Radio. Garden is, as its name suggests, a website to explore other radios internationally. But we can do it in our browser, because thanks to maps like those we see in Google Earth we can navigate through all countries and all their stations, including local ones.
Through a simple navigation interface, we can touch on stations to listen to them via the Internet, whether local, national, etc… We will only have to go to an area of the map, click on a point, and start listening, breaking barriers.
Radio. Garden is reachable from all over the world
The interface of this software is very similar to the one we see in Google Maps or Google Earth. It is practically identical, although with the bonus of having the radio controls on one side of the screen. In the lower right corner, we have the controls to manage the radio we listen to as well as some specific buttons.
Depending on the area we go to, Radio. Garden will give us multiple options. Opening a top submenu, we can see all the stations in an area, listed in an area that we can edit. Each of the stations can be saved in a list of favorites with which we can interact.
The software itself, through a process, allows users to upload their radio stations to the platform so that those who use the application can discover them.
We will be able to perform searches, receive personalized recommendations from the software with some of your favorite stations, visit their associated websites, and share the stations. A small player will allow us to increase the volume, move from one station to another, and so on. The interface is extremely simple and intuitive, and very easy to use.
The best thing is that all this software is free, and there is no limit whatsoever when using it or taking advantage of its functionalities. It is simply the easiest way to listen to hundreds of thousands of radios worldwide without limitations.