Developer description

Zimbabwe Live Radio has been made to meet our users’ demands and expectations. This striking application is free of charge, which is authorized only for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Zimbabwe Live Radio is an online app, which supports you to listen to Radio not only from your country, but also from all over the world. This free iOS application is completely processed very frequently by the sophisticated professionals, who have done all in their power to make such a pioneering tool for our users. The following application will be available in any country awing to its broadband connection.
This free online Zimbabwe Radio is made for those people who need innovation, amusement and new opportunities to get acquainted with high-class devices.

This application has some essential features which are vital to know.
 If you want to share your favorite songs, news or any kind of program with your friends, our extraordinary iOS application lets you share them via Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Dropbox, email and more.
 If you want some innovations concerning to our Radio Station, you will not get bored awing to our regular updates and various servings.
 If you have any kind of hesitation connected with the quality of our app, we reassure you that all the Radio Stations work in a proper way.
 If you find it difficult to remember the name of your favorite song, this highly qualified application solves that problem and provides you with the appropriate information about the name of the song and the author name of the song you are listening to.

If you find it difficult to understand Zimbabwe Language and want to better it, this contemporary IOS application will be beneficial for you to improve your language skills without any kind of barrier. You can listen to Zimbabwe Radio, music or news with your iPhone, iPod and iPad and better your language skills.
To be brief, download this app on your device and sample its peculiarities and you will never get disappointed in using and maintaining it permanently.

Last updated 29 May 2015