Internet Radio on iPhone 2?

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in iPhone edited January 2014
I know AOL is working on their radio program for the iPhone 2, but what about streaming audio from web radios in general? I have believe it or not stuck with an old 700p Treo because it gets web radio such as David Byrne and the iPhone doesn't.



I saw a screen shot of the new iPhone prefs window, there seemed to ask if iTunes would manage internet radio on the iPhone.



So, any info? will it work?

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  • Reply 1 of 5
    bbwibbwi Posts: 812member
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by matzentosh View Post


    I know AOL is working on their radio program for the iPhone 2, but what about streaming audio from web radios in general? I have believe it or not stuck with an old 700p Treo because it gets web radio such as David Byrne and the iPhone doesn't.



    I saw a screen shot of the new iPhone prefs window, there seemed to ask if iTunes would manage internet radio on the iPhone.



    So, any info? will it work?



    We shall soon find out...
  • Reply 2 of 5
    Here is the screen shot, look at the last image at the bottom of the page.



    http://www.winsupersite.com/showcase...de_preview.asp
  • Reply 3 of 5
    reganregan Posts: 474member
    Well there is a "hack" version called uSirius and uXM and XM is coming out with a legit app to run their service on iphones this week. I am sure there will be many many more to come.



    I doubt apple will try to block anything.



    I am looking forward to a pay as you go iphone, so I can run skype or some other Voip on it exclusively.
  • Reply 4 of 5
    bbwibbwi Posts: 812member
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by matzentosh View Post


    Here is the screen shot, look at the last image at the bottom of the page.



    http://www.winsupersite.com/showcase...de_preview.asp



    Maybe I'm missing something, which setting are you looking at?



    The last screenshot shows iTunes Preferences not iPhone Preferences
  • Reply 5 of 5
    nofeernofeer Posts: 2,427member
    i found this at usatoday, i guess this would work AND NO EXTRA FEES TO USE IT



    Another new application is from Pandora, which lets you create customized Internet radio stations. Pandora is already available on other phones from AT&T (T) and Sprint, (S) for a monthly fee. On the iPhone, it is free. That makes it "a credible alternative to broadcast (radio)," in part because iPhones can be plugged into car stereos, founder Tim Westergren says.
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