British radio group Absolute Radio has launched three more standalone Android apps, adding to its roster on Google’s platform. Absolute Radio 70s, Absolute Radio 80s and Absolute Radio Extra all went live over the Easter weekend, joining the group’s main app and existing Classic Rock and 90s apps on the Google Play store. All three of the new apps are free to download and use, and offer live streams from the stations, as well as an archive of podcasts, video interviews and features to get in touch with Absolute’s DJs by text, email or voice call. Absolute Radio has been one of the more active traditional radio groups when it comes to mobile and apps: in February this year, 306k unique users of its apps generated 2.08m listening sessions across its network, according to the company.

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