Internet radio player with car friendly user interface
Over 45, 000 stations through the RadioTime directory
To stop and start audio: Tap the scrolling station or song text.
To unload app: Stop audio, tap back key from main screen.
GPS is used to locate local stations in the area when browsing stations.
Stations include: 1.FM, 181, 1Club, 977, AccuRadio, All Danz Radio, Boston Pete, CBS Album Premiere, Digitally Imported (DI), Got Radio, JazzRadio, Ministry of Sound, PowerHitz, Reunion Radio, Soma FM, Yahoo! Radio and more!
The iPhone version of this app was named a Top 20 finalist at the 2010 International Consumers Electronics Show’s Mobile Apps Showdown and the AT&T Open Call contest for developers at CTIA Wireless 2011.
Optimized for in-vehicle use with a range of features, the Livio Car Internet Radio represents the future of mobile Internet Radio.
Optimized for the vehicle:
Browse more than 45, 000 AM/FM and Internet-only radio streams from around the world in partnership with the RadioTime® radio service.
DESIGNED FOR IN-VEHICLE USE:
Large preset buttons with horizontal or vertical positioning.
EASY SEARCH OPTIONS:
Browse streams by genre, location, or language, and search by call letters or keywords. Find local stations based on current GPS location.
LISTEN IN THE BACKGROUND:
Stream audio in the background while using other applications on your Android device.
In addition to the on-screen presets, users can add thousands of stations
A BUILT-IN PHONEBOOK:
Store popular phone numbers for easy access.
Track stations users have listened to and enjoyed
SOCIAL NETWORKING CONNECTIVITY:
Share favorite stations and songs with friends and followers on Facebook and Twitter.
Input a radio station’s unique code to begin streaming the broadcast.
Adjustable reception settings to receive only the clearest stations available.
SWIPE FOR RECOMMENDATIONS:
Swipe the on-screen tuner and the app will recommend a similar station for you.
Note: This software uses code from FFmpeg and LibMMs licensed under the LGPLv2.1. For more information check out ffmpeg.org launchpag.net/libmms www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/lgpl-2.1.html and livioradio.com/car to download source code and other information.