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Topic # 88288 12-Aug-2011 22:59
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I use TuneIn radio, but one huge limitation of it is that I cannot add my own audio stream links to it.

Is there any app out there where I can put in my own URL's? Like the function in desktop Winamp of 'Play URL" where you can put in something like:  http://bbc.co.uk/radio/listen/live/r5lsp.asx  (yes, I do realise TuneIn has 5 Live, but that's an example)


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  Reply # 506060 13-Aug-2011 18:32
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Have you tried the Android Winamp? 




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  Reply # 506349 14-Aug-2011 17:50
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nope, Winamp Android doesn't offer this

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 506534 15-Aug-2011 02:01
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A quick Google suggests Wunder Radio and Xiaa both have this capability.

As I haven't used either I can't speak to their wider credentials or capabilities, but maybe worth a look...

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  Reply # 506552 15-Aug-2011 07:57
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Try Yourmuze. http://www.yourmuze.fm/

You can add your own URL's (I've added a few), and stream to your PC.

You can also visit the mobile site from your mobile, and stream to your cellphone (I connect via my WiFi connection so it's all free).

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  Reply # 506626 15-Aug-2011 10:38
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Hiamie: Try Yourmuze. http://www.yourmuze.fm/

You can add your own URL's (I've added a few), and stream to your PC.

You can also visit the mobile site from your mobile, and stream to your cellphone (I connect via my WiFi connection so it's all free).

Tony


thanks, i'll try that.

It seems that XiiaLive may also work, it seems to have that option, just haven't tested it yet.

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