Feb 11, 2011

Soundtrckr: Internet Radio with Java ME

Hi all,

I would like to introduce an interesting app developed with Java ME and eSWT, which is part of the series where Nokia is inviting the coolest app developers to showcase and pilot their apps at Nokia Beta Labs. This app is called Soundtrckr.

Soundtrckr is the first Geosocial Internet radio. It has the largest fully licensed music catalog for Internet radio in the world, plus tons of social and location-based features to help you discover and share music that you can’t find anywhere else. See below some features available on Soundtrckr:
  • Listen to more than 10 million fully licensed songs
  • Create and share personal radio stations
  • Play music with friends in real time
  • Search your city for popular music and people with similar taste
  • Share your favorite stations on social networks
Since it is still in lab, Soundtrckr team is inviting developers to test its beta version in order to receive some feedbacks and then improve the app as much as they can. So, if you are interested in being part of this testing process, click here and find out. On the other hand, if you are just interested in enjoying all features by Soundtrckr, you can download it directly from Ovi Store.

Soundtrckr is available for Nokia N8 and other Symbian S^3 devices as well as S60 5th edition devices. Regarding S60, the version on beta labs requires JRT 2.1 and the Ovi's one, 1.4.

For further information Soundtrckr, access the app's page at Nokia Beta Labs.

Before I forget, Soundtrckr works with Twitter API ME in order to implement the functionalities related to Twitter. Cool, huh?

See you in the next post...

4 comments:

poona said...

Hi there, awesome site. I thought the topics you posted on were very interesting. I tried to add your RSS to my feed reader and it a few. take a look at it, hopefully I can add you and follow.




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Ernandes Mourão Júnior said...

Hi,

The feed seems to work fine. Maybe it is not working because I have not posted in a while. :)

Regards,

Soham Malakar said...

Hi Ernandes,
Thanks for the wonderful info u give to all.
But i have sone prblm. Actually i am trying to access the on-device fm radio in a nokia series 40 mobile (nokia c3-00).
Everything seems to work fine, but i can not access the fm radio.I have also found from the nokia developers site that this phone supports jsr 234.But still it does not work.
I have used the following simple code to access the fm radio.
player = Manager.createPlayer("capture://radio");
player.realize();
// declared and configured a tuner object.
player.start();
Tell me if u have any suggestions.
Soham

Eric Simmons said...

Great and Useful Article.

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