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SHOUTcast Radio Streaming for WinMo
Are you a SHOUTcast fan and like listening to the plethora of free internet radio stations that SHOUTcast offers? Well XDA forum member hlov has created a SHOUTcast radio streaming app (beta) for Windows Mobile.
hlov previously created the popular SIRIUS XM application for Winmo but has since moved onto using SHOUTcast.
Originally posted by hlov:
- The Categories screen is shown, choose one category from the list and wait until the list is populated (this process just run once).
- Choose the radio to play; the radio will start to play and then it will try to display the album art in a thumbnail at the bottom of the screen.
The app is compatible with Windows Mobile 5.0 and upwards.
To download the cab and provide feedback, visit the application thread.
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