I just moved from S3 to nexus 5, and there are a couple of things that I miss from my s3.. one is the prepackaged FM radio app.. all i needed was my headphones and I could connect directly to the local stations.. is there such an app for nexus 5 (and other android devices in general)? apps like tune in require wi-fi or 3g, which isn't what i'm looking for. I'm looking to be able to connect to the local radio on the go without 3g.
AFAIK, Nexus 5 does not have a FM radio (just checked the specs at GSMArena.com).
So, you cannot listen to your local FM broadcast and should rely only on online radio stations.
Best option is to get a Bluetooth with FM ( Sony MW600). Once paired to yr Nexus 5. When you will get calls the FM will stop and resumes after yr call is disconnected.
As Ramni said, its good to go for Bluetooth head set with fm. it serves 2 main purpose.
- connect to your through Bluetooth (Wireless), so that you can answer call and listen to music stored in your phone.
- since it has in built radio, you can use it with out your phone for listening to radio while taking morning walk or some thing.
But the drawback is.
- Device is little expensive.
- need to charge the device.