LAS VEGAS--We're not what you'd call fans of FM transmission technology, but Griffin's iTrip with app integration for Apple's iPhone is easily one of the best in that class. At CES 2013, Griffin and Harman announced Aha app integration with the iTrip Auto FM hardware.
Aha provides a way to to listen to your Facebook and Twitter feeds, audiobooks, podcasts, news, and other audio content -- Harman claims more than 30,000 stations are accessible by the app, with new stations being added constantly.
Now, in addition to using the iTrip app to scan for open FM stations to be transmitted by the iTrip Auto FM's tuner, the Aha app will recognize when it has been connected to iTrip hardware and also give users automatic tuning controls from the iPhone's touch screen for streaming audio.
Griffin's iTrip Auto FM is available now for $59.99 and the Aha by Harman app is a free download in the iTunes App Store.
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