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Submitted by ghickman on 4/1/10 11:11 PM.

I am ready to buy and would consider it worth good money. If you are building one, please put in Marketplace and I'd pay $4.99 to $9.99 for it since would let me multitask on my Droid and play ASX streams. Everytime I get a call I lose my feed and have to restart the webpage to open up the stream.

I will buy your app once released...keep up the good work.
   
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Submitted by hi.kelvin on 5/10/10 1:32 PM.

Yes, I will definitely buy this app too.... please develop this app quick! thx!
   
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Submitted by carol7819 on 5/13/10 7:25 PM.

I was very dissapointed when after your change from Moodio to YourMuze, my favorite stations stopped streaming, but I waited and now they are back in my phone thanks to you, very satisfied, signal and sound are wonderful. I will buy de app.
   
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Submitted by toonieboy on 5/24/10 5:37 PM.

Please make an Android app, otherwise the service is not much point signing up for to use on an Android phone. Thanks.
   
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Submitted by carknue on 6/6/10 2:47 PM.

Please give us an Android app!
   
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Submitted by Siber on 6/7/10 10:39 AM.

Yourmuze is developing an Android app although there's no date for the launch as yet.

In the meantime, there are lots of Android users using the service without problem. Could you explain exactly what problems you are having and what you've tried. It may be a settings problem in your phone that others could help you with.
   
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Submitted by carknue on 6/7/10 12:45 PM.

The Problem is, that the yourmuze streams are detected by android as videostreams and not audio streams. When you start them from m.yourmuze.fm, they are opened only in the video player or the real player. And these players only play when they are in foreground and the display must stay always on. If not, they stop. That makes sense for real video streams but yourmuze is audio. This drains the battery very fast. So what we need for android is a player that handles these streams as audio, and that is able to play them in the background.

   
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Submitted by Siber on 6/8/10 2:09 PM.

Yes, the video stream/player issue will be resolved by the app. My question was directed at Android users who can't (or can no longer) stream at all. Perhaps 'without problem' was not the best phrase for me to use!
   
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Submitted by Abaddondv on 6/30/10 11:56 AM.

This solution is not mine but I hope the guy who found out doesn´t mind.

Try using the "dolphin browser" to access the yourmuze website. Also install "A online radio"-App from the market. The dolphin will start the app to play the stream and it works like a charm in the background. Never had a call while listening though, no idea what will happen.
   
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Submitted by brakeb on 7/6/10 9:49 PM.

For me, since my streams are AAC, I downloaded "Cherry Rplayer" (spelled correctly), and I go to my Yourmuze from by phone browser and I copy/paste the URL into the player.


If you guys are smart, what you should do is make the app free, but then charge to get rid of the ads. That way, the cheap folks will be still making you money.

OR

for the free app, you get lower bandwidth (20, 24, 30 parametric stereo only), and for 2.99 USD you could get up to 64kbps stereo.

I'd be willing to pay for that. The only other thing I would think of was someway to add radio links via SMS or e-mail or something. typing in all those special characters would be a pain...
   
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