Microsoft confirms that the FM Radio app will be removed in the Anniversary Update

If you're a fan of the FM Radio app that came pre-installed on Windows phones for years, you were most likely disturbed to find that it had been removed upon upgrading to Windows 10 Mobile build 14322.

While it was unclear why it was removed at the time, Microsoft has now confirmed that FM Radio will be cut from the platform. Users of Production ring Windows 10 Mobile builds can still use it, but once the Anniversary Update rolls out, it will be gone forever.

Luckily, there is a third party FM Radio app in the Store that you can get your hands on right here. The app is free and ad-supported, but at least you'll still be able to listen to the radio on-the-go without digging up your Walkman from the '90s.

Source: Windows Central

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