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:Example of good URLs for streaming:
Your URL mustn’t end by “listen.pls” or “listen.m3u”, etc.
Meaning that if your URL is //188.8.131.52:6325/listen.pls, you need to just keep //184.108.40.206:6325/.
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 you will add to add the url like this //220.127.116.11:6325/;
Since Apple is requiring apps to use IPV6 networks, streams URL needs a domain name and not an ipV6 to work properly on iOS : //mystream.com:8010 rather than //18.104.22.168:8010/
For the widest possible compatibility, streaming must be in mp3 format. If streaming source format is aac, it may not be supported by devices with Android operating system.
Then fill in the fields with the appropriate info, like in this example:
Then you just have to click on “save”, and you’ve just set up a radio streaming in your app.
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.