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InternetTuner for Windows Mobile
XDA member Marcel L presents an option to the existent Radio players for Windows Mobile devices. InternetTuner is a web service allocating over 1000 Internet radio stations from around the globe. Despite the application still being on beta stage, we can see features present such as a search engine, favorites and podcasts, and more. InternetTuner is only available in German for now and the developer is asking for your feedback to make a better future version.
You can find the .cab on post number 10 of the original thread.
Originally posted by Marcel L
[APP] InternetTuner – Internet Radio on WM
I developed InternetTuner, a web service which makes it possible to browse a collection of over 1000 radio stations and podcasts from all over the world.
Users have access to their profiles and their favorite stations from everywhere through an API and a Mobile API.
Based on this Mobile API I created a Windows Mobile application, which is still a bit buggy yet, but which provides the basic functionalities (search, favorites, podcasts) of this web service on your smartphone.
I would highly appreciate if you could give me some feedback on this app, it is available on internet-tuner.org/InternetTunerInstallation.CAB.
I tested the application on MDA Basic/HTC Touch Viva with WM 6.1, I don’t know about other phones.
Some radio stations will not play due to limitations of the WMP.
To try out the functionality of this app, search for “89.7 Bay” or “Engadget” wihich will definititely work.
Once there was a connection error, the application becomes unusable.
(Restarting the app will fix this problem)
Continue to the application thread.
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