AllRadio – Internet radio on your jolla phone.

AllRadio is an easy to use radio player for online streaming radio on  SailfishOS / Jolla phone.

Features:

  • World radio channels from Community Radio Browser.
  • Simple search/filter on channels list.
  • Add & remove favorites.
  • Sleeptimer.
  • Search by tag.
  • Search by name.

Translate:

  • You can request more languages by commenting here.
  • Add languages and help translating directly on hosted.weblate.org

Work in progress:

  • Show channels by category (section).. (done).
  • Some kind of “wakeup radio timer (Wont happen. Needs to regularly wake up the phone for the timer to work. If used over night it would eat a lot of battery!).
  • Add own radio stations (locally and/or submit to community radio server).
  • Vote up/down radio stations on community radio server.
  • Find a way to make a logically working play on start function.
  • Deal with different country  names (eg. Italy, Italia)!?!
  • Clean up code………

The radio stations are coming from: Community Radio Browser.

Source-code on: https://github.com/nesnomis/harbour-allradio

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15 thoughts on “AllRadio – Internet radio on your jolla phone.

    1. Thank you for the reply!

      I tried to make it work. But it is a Microsoft format (mms and wma), and it doesn’t seem to work on the Jolla phone… Sorry… 😦 … I will investigate a little more, but i guess the best thing is to contact the radio station and ask for streaming in more formats (for example mp3 or ogg).

      Kind regards

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  1. thank you NESNOMIS for allradio to sailfishOS ,i am happy : ) using commutty radio browser as source .i have been installed in mi 3 devices.
    #i wish spanish translated
    #aacplus have problem to decode in aqua fish y jolla c, it is work good in jolla phone 1
    #need donation way to support allradio in openrepos
    thank you

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    1. Thank you for the reply… 🙂 … I am aware of the problems with AAC on JollaC and Intex Aquafish and have sent a mail to Jolla developer care for advice.

      I am not strong in Spanish, but i could make a translation file and let someone take a look at it (make it correct)… If someone would volunteer?!

      There is link to flattr and paypal in the about section in the app if you would like to make a contribution for a cup of coffee (or something like that)… 🙂

      Have a great day!… 🙂

      /Niels Simonsen.

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      1. HI i can help u to spanish translate

        El 10 oct. 2016 12:51 PM, “NESNOMIS SITE” escribió:

        > nesnomis commented: “Thank you for the reply… 🙂 … I am aware of the > problems with AAC on JollaC and Intex Aquafish and have sent a mail to > Jolla developer care for advice. I am not strong in Spanish, but i could > make a translation file and let someone take a look at i” >

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        1. That would be great!! … 🙂 … I have prepared a Spanish translation file on github. Have you translated language files before (using Qt Linguist)?

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  2. hi nesnomis

    – i never used the Qt Linguist program, but i have installed.
    – i am ready to translate spanish idiom on allradio… i have github ,i sent a message on ur github ..asking for MERGE PULL REQUEST.

    THANK

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  3. Hi nesnomis, thanks for the app, definitely one of the best radios for Sailfish. I was going to implement my own “wake-up timer” via cron or systemd. Is there a command line option for getting Allradio to start playing a certain channel once it’s been opened?
    Thanks, -Eckhard

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    1. Hi, and than you… 🙂 … Sounds like a nice idea, i don’t have a function right now but i will try to implement a command line function if it is possible (i guess it is!?)… 🙂

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  4. No, i have no idea. It works perfectly well with Jolla1 but apparently not with JollaC, AquaFish and XperiaX. I would love find out why it is like that, and i have actually posted a question about it to Jolla, but no anwser (yet).

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