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Radio Five on the phone for World Cup

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by DesireMe, Jun 15, 2010.

  1. DesireMe

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    Go on then, what's the best way to listen to the world cup games. Yamgo seems excessive for just listening.

    HTC Radio app is for FM. Via the BBC website it does not work as i think it's like an iPlayer type affair.

    I've looked quickly in the MP for some apps, unsucessfully.

    Just wanna listen to the games today in the garden, as it's so nice. :D
     

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    I use RadioTime app, picks up all BBC stations, including local ones and a host of other internet stations. Its the best one i've found. You can set up your preferences off their website Radiotime
     
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    Ok, works for me,though:thinking:
     
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    Hmmm, works for me now. I think i was possibly not doing it through the mobile site, which then uses iPlayer.
     
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