Radio stations including Planet Rock, Absolute Radio, Magic, KISS and Scala Radio will soon no longer be available in apps like TuneIn.
Listeners in Cumbria and Morecambe Bay will be able to receive more digital radio stations from today after two new multiplexes were launched.
The BestTune™ feature also removes duplicate stations as Frontier updates the user interface to focus on station and programme information.
The small-scale DAB licence awards have been announced for Cardiff, Edinburgh, King’s Lynn, Leeds and Norwich.
Digital services including RTÉ Gold and RTÉ Pulse will continue online.
Sky Q subscribers can now access live broadcasts and recorded content with the BBC Sounds app.
The digital radio stations are moving to DAB+ during June.
A new digital radio station from The Times and The Sunday Times newspapers will launch on DAB digital radio this year.
Some of the BBC’s local radio stations will no longer be transmitted on medium wave later this year.
More DAB digital radio stations will be available in North and West Cumbria and Morecambe Bay by the end of the year.