Where do the radio stations come from?
Our directory consists of thousands of third party radio stations located worldwide. We are not a broadcaster and we are not responsible for the stations listed on our directory or the content that broadcaster’s stream.
Where does the on-demand music come from?
When you search using our application, we searches publicly available content from the internet in real-time. We do not host digital music or index websites that provide digital music. We do not have any affiliation with the websites that provide the downloadable content, and we have no way to determine the copyrights of the music content.
Who owns the music content?
You are searching and streaming/downloading free content. We do not pirate or inappropriately use private or secured property. We do not have nor do we host a private database or music collection. We have no affiliation to the content or its host.
Radio station isn’t working
You may not be able to connect to a station for one of the following reasons:
- The stream may be unreliable or disabled. Search to find and listen to a similar station.
- The station is experiencing high volume and isn’t currently responding. Try it again later.
- The station requires a player not available on your product.
- The network could be down. Try it again shortly.
- Because of licensing restrictions, stations may not broadcast certain shows or sporting events over the internet. When this happens they might stream silence or a different show altogether.
If your desired station is not working, please check back later.
Radio player song/artist information not displayed
Our provider displays song and artist information in the radio player whenever a station provides that metadata within their stream. The data may not be real time but may be delayed by several seconds.
Artist request to add music to radio station
At this time we do not have a direct relationship with any radio station or studio so we are unable to assist in providing information on adding your music to the radio.
Adding a song or radio station to your favorites
Did you find a radio station that you love? You can add it to your favorites for easy access later on. To add a station to your favorites, click the ‘Add to Favorites’ button that is in the Now Playing status in bottom bar of the application. Once added, you can access the saved ‘Favorite’ station from the My Favorites menu bar.
Can I listen to AM stations
Yes, AM stations as well as FM stations and Internet only streaming radio stations can be searched on and played in our application
Can I access International Radio Stations
Yes, International stations are included and can be searched on and played in our application
Is there an option to record the music and play it back whenever I like
No, we are not a broadcaster and our service does not host or store digital music content. Our service simply enables you to stream free content from the radio station providers.
How are the Local AM and FM stations determined
Local stations are determined by the IP address of your PC. Please understand that IP matching to physical address location is not precise and your ISP may be using non-local IP addresses and/or the address may be mapped to a data center location which may be some distance from your actual physical location. This could result in Local stations not matching your location
What is Top Album and can I hide/remove this column
The Top Album column lists the current most popular albums/artists. This is not something that can be altered by the end-user.
If you want to remove Top Album from view in the interface, you can hide the column by selecting the grey arrow on upper right of that column. You can unhide it using the same method.
Why am I seeing Advertisements
Advertising enables us to provide our service without cost to our end-user
Software Terms & Conditions are available by clicking here
Can I upgrade to an ad-free paid version
Not at this time, but it planned for future
How do I uninstall the Application
The Player can be easily removed from your computer using the Windows Add/Remove Programs function