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Alexa Tip: Creating Favorites for TuneIn and iHeartRadio in the Alexa App

Using the TuneIn and iHeartRadio apps on their own, you can easily set favorite stations to come back to quickly  later on. Setting favorites for these services in the Alexa app is possible, but not quite as intuitive. Here’s how to do it. These instructions work for both TuneIn and iHeartRadio in the Alexa app.

1. In the Alexa app, open Music, Video, and Books in the menu and choose either TuneIn or iHeartRadio.

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2. Locate a radio station you like in the app and start playing it.

3. Switch to the Queue tab in the app and tap the gray arrow to add the station as a favorite.

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Now, when you go back into the radio service in the Alexa app you’ll have a new favorites area.

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