Project Homepage iTunes / App Store Link I was just pondering on how I've generally completely resisted the idea that I want or need a radio on my iPhone, but on the other hand it might be nice to sometimes listen to Morning Edition instead of music while walking to work (my walk is about 14 blocks, so it takes about 20 minutes). Podcasts are certainly an option, but this is another one. Public Radio Tuner is a free application that tunes streaming radio of about 200 different US Public Radio stations, including Chicago's excellent WBEZ. I know, this means I need to donate money to NPR again (it's been a while, sorry Ira Glass ). The application allows streaming over data services, which is de rigeur for this kind of usage. Not to be outdone by it's first release, the planned second generation of the app this spring was stated to offer a program guide and on-demand content, making it battery sucking but a lot more convenient than listening to NPR via podcast. I just downloaded it and so I haven't really tried using it on the way to work, but I wondered if others are using it?