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Artn3r’s Mobile TV: An Alternative to Opera Streaming
Because of the time required to stream anything while using Opera, XDA member artn3r decided to make his own streaming application. This allows you to stream either TV or radio content from various sources, without having to navigate to the actual website that contains the feeds and links. Since it is still in early development, the dev has only put up two links to streaming sites. However, more are bound to become available once the app matures.
Hello everyone! I decided to make a mobile streaming player because navigating trough streaming sites in opera is very uncomfortable. the project is in a very early state, but if you are interested, please check out my homepage and give me a feedback and donate if you like!
You can find more information and links in the application thread.
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