Pirate Radio App Turns Your iPhone Into A Transmitter

Pirate Radio App Turns Your iPhone Into A Transmitter
technology

wahwah.fm allows users to create web radio stations based on the music on their iPhone and listen to other people's stations.

Emma Hutchings
  • 27 february 2012

Social radio app wahwah.fm lets people create their own stations with the music on their iPhones, turning everyone’s device into a transmitter like a modern day version of pirate radio. The app launched last week in Germany, and before the end of the year it will be available in the U.S., the UK and France, and Android users will also get their own version, followed by one for the Windows Phone. CEO Philipp Eibach told GigaOM:

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