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Radio Documentation

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Scroll down on this page to see the step-by-step documentation

With the “Radio” feature you can add a radio streaming inside your app.

It’s very simple to set up but you need to have the good streaming URL.

Here is how a good streaming URL looks like for our “Radio” feature:

  • https://62.210.36.44:9110
  • https://76.164.217.100:7410/stream

Your URL mustn’t end by “listen.pls” or “listen.m3u”, etc. Meaning that if your URL is https://62.210.36.44:9110/listen.pls, you need to just keep https://62.210.36.44:9110.

Note that sometimes you will need to add “/;” at the end of your URL to make it work both on Android and iOS, for example https://62.210.36.44:9110/;

Note:Since Apple is requiring apps to use IPV6 networks, streams URL needs a domain name and not an IP to work properly on iOS : https://www.hosting-serv.com:9110 rather than https://62.210.36.44:9110/

Then fill in the fields with the appropriate info, like in this example:

Then you just have to click on  and you’ve just set up a radio streaming in your app.

Note: Streams using audio/aacp with a 32kbps bitrate are not working. You have to use a greater bitrate.
Note: The AACP/AAC+ audio format is not supported by Mozilla Firefox web browser. If the Radio feature does not work, check that you are not trying to open a AAC+ stream with Firefox. It works perfectly with Chromium/Chrome.
Note: Android 9 requires now that all URL use https, so streams url must use https
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