Mobile Support

iPhone-5

iPhones & iPads:

The iPhone and iPod Touch can natively play MP3, AAC, AAC+ streams. The best way to listen to audio streams is to download a player app from the iTunes store. Suggested apps are listed below.

ChristianNetcast – Supports MP3, AAC, AAC+ and Windows Media streams. Is your station not listed in the app? Give our sales department a call to find out how you can add your stations stream to the ChristianNetcast audio app.

TuneIn Radio – Over 40,000 radio stations including thousands of AM/FM local stations.

Android Based Phones:

Android based phones can stream MP3, AAC, AAC+, Shoutcast/Icecast & Windows Media streams. The best way to listen to audio streams is to download a player app from the Android “Market”. Suggested apps are listed below.

ChristianNetcast – Supports MP3, AAC, AAC+ and Windows Media streams. Is your station not listed in the app? Give our sales department a call to find out how you can add your stations stream to the ChristianNetcast audio app.

TuneIn Radio – Listen to and record over 40,000 radio stations including thousands of AM/FM local stations. Supports MP3, AAC, AAC+, Shoutcast/Icecast & Windows Media streams.

WunderRadio – Wunder Radio provides a quick and easy way to listen to thousands of streaming Internet radio stations and other audio streams.

A Online Radio, XiiaLive lite & StreamFurious – These apps can play MP3, AAC, AAC+, HE-AAC, Shoutcast & Icecast. WMA streams not supported.

YourMuze.fm – You can listen to any live audio stream on your mobile phone using your phone’s own media player. No additional mobile software is required. Listen in high-quality stereo on almost any phone with an internet connection! Sign up for your free account and add stations to your “My Stations” list. When you have saved at least one station in your “My Stations” list, surf to m.yourmuze.fm on your phone, log in and start listening! More…

Windows Mobile Devices:

Windows Mobile devices can play Windows Media, MP3, AAC, AAC+, HE-AAC & Shoutcast/Icecast streams. Windows Media stream are played using the built in Windows Media player. To listen to MP3, AAC, AAC+, HE-AAC & Shoutcast/Icecast streams you will need to install a player application. Suggested apps are listed below.

WunderRadio – Wunder Radio provides a quick and easy way to listen to thousands of streaming Internet radio stations and other audio streams.

Kinoma Play, Pocket Tunes & GS Player

YourMuze.fm – You can listen to any live audio stream on your mobile phone using your phone’s own media player. No additional mobile software is required. Listen in high-quality stereo on almost any phone with an internet connection! Sign up for your free account and add stations to your “My Stations” list. When you have saved at least one station in your “My Stations” list, surf to m.yourmuze.fm on your phone, log in and start listening! More…

Blackberry

Certain BlackBerry devices with OS version 4.5.0 or higher can now stream Windows Media and Shoutcast streams. Blackberry supports Windows Media streams over RTSP in version 4.3.0 for CDMA and WiFi transports; support for EDGE was added into version 4.5.0. Currently only the Blackberry Tour 9630/9650, Storm2 9520/9550, Storm 9500/9530 support the streaming of Windows Media streams using the built in player. Suggested apps are listed below.

WunderRadio – Wunder Radio provides a quick and easy way to listen to thousands of streaming Internet radio stations and other audio streams.

Tunes – Supports MP3, AAC, AAC+, Shoutcast streams.

YourMuze.fm – You can listen to any live audio stream on your mobile phone using your phone’s own media player. No additional mobile software is required. Listen in high-quality stereo on almost any phone with an internet connection! Sign up for your free account and add stations to your “My Stations” list. When you have saved at least one station in your “My Stations” list, surf to m.yourmuze.fm on your phone, log in and start listening! More…

For further assistance contact support@christiannetcast.com

YOURMUZE.FM does not provide any content. All they do is simply convert internet radio streams to formats that are suitable for mobile phones. On your desktop computer, go to http://www.yourmuze.fm and setup a free account. Search for the station you want to listen to. Most popular stations are already on there. If you find your station, save it as a favorite. If you don’t find your station, and you know the station’s stream url, Find “add a new station” from the main YOURMUZE.FM page to enter the stream url. The instructions on how to find a stream url are also on that page. http://www.yourmuze.fm/new_station

Once you have all your favorite stations saved to My Stations, go to http://m.yourmuze.fm on your smartphone, log in and you’ll see your My Stations list. Note, you cannot add favorites to My Stations from the mobile site, so make sure to do it on your desktop. Click the link for one of your stations and you should be playing the station in a few moments.