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Specific user listening preferences are yet to be assessed statistically, but what many and arguably more and more people want is being able to listen to quality streaming music without the hassle of downloading tracks or updating their audio playlists so that they don’t have to listen to the same music over and over again. And they don't like being stuck to one particular subscription streaming service because those don't always live up to the promise of providing the experience consumers expect. Auto generated track playlists disguised as "artist or genre specific radios" are not quite “the real thing”. Also, the “let us suggest music you want to hear” algorithms often work the opposite way. At the same time, browsing through or switching between tens of thousands (or more) of varying quality stations offered by "Internet radio portal" type websites like TuneIn or Streema can be a challenge. The alternative which is designed and being developed to take care of the above issues is http://tuner.one – an online radio tuner with a selection of streaming channels offering several user friendly features and add-ons that let listeners instantly browse and switch between channels and manage what they want - or don't want - to hear.