If you use the Spotify music app, you probably know what I’m talking about.
But what if you don’t?
That’s what a developer in China has come up with.
The developer, named Jang, has made a Spotify app for Fox Sports Radio.
The app will allow users to access streaming radio without having to have a Spotify account.
You’ll still need a Spotify subscription, but it’s the only option.
The Spotify app itself is currently available for download for iOS and Android.
The developers, Jang and the Fox Sports team have been making the app available to users since August.
“We’re excited to launch the Jang Spotify radio app,” Jang wrote in a blog post announcing the app.
“I’m sure there are many who will find it too difficult to navigate, and perhaps too complicated to use.”
It’s still unclear how this new app will be used.
Users will be able to subscribe to the app and then listen to radio stations they’ve subscribed to before.
The Jang team also has a Twitter account to help users find and follow the news, and a Facebook page where users can post videos and photos.
Jang says that its working on adding more news feeds, and plans to launch an app for podcasts.
Fox Sports has been using the app to broadcast live broadcasts since April.
If you’re not a subscriber, you can still stream radio via a Spotify Premium account.
But if you are, you’ll have to sign up for an account in order to listen to it.