Simple, but maybe too simple The interface is simple, and blends nicely with the web browser. You can click on a feed in the browser and have the option to add it to you feeds list in StreamFurious. I don't see any ability to search your feeds within StreamFurious. Also, the pause/play button on the headphones won't control StreamFurious. Overall, I'm enjoying this more than WinAmp because WinAmp only has access to Shoutcast streams.
Does what it says on the tin I've been listening to Shoutcast on my mobile since about 2004 and I have to say this is one of the best apps for it. It's certainly the best on Android. I don't understand why Winamp won't let you open a .pls or .m3u file from the web, seeing as Winamp's primary function is to play music, but this application does it.
Doesn't work at all At first I thought it was the one radio station I was trying to stream, but then I tried every single last other one in the list and none of them work. It just does nothing at all. When I click the play button it does nothing. Nothing nothing nothing. I'm using a brand new Nexus 6, by the way, so it's not like there's something wrong with my phone.
Won't play streams for more than a few minutes App is relatively simple and easy to use, which is nice. However, any purpose is lost since it inevitably returns a "broken pipe" error somewhere between 30 seconds to 3 or 4 minutes after loading a stream.
I really want to love this... I'm so tired of random stops. Sometimes it will play for hours at a time, sometimes it will randomly stop after 5 minutes and I have to keep restarting! If this was fixed, I'd probably purchase this, but not until the issue is fixed! UPDATE: Ever since I started using this on an Android 2.3 device, it's EVEN WORSE. Nothing plays. I've uninstalled it at this point because it's totally worthless... I use AOR Radio now!
Doesn't work on Nexus App opens and lists all the stations but took more than five minutes to load a station, then promptly failed to play it. Did same thing for any other stations I tried. Also would be great if I could find a way to manually enter a station URL
- Fullscreen on large devices like the Samsung Galaxy Tab
Video Player (VLC) with new added features: IPTV Playlist and Google VR.