Listen to KMFA on your Android phone

August 6, 2010 at 4:19 pm 1 comment

~posted by Adrianne Williams, KMFA summer programming intern

Have you ever found yourself listening to Holst’s “Jupiter” on KMFA, and suddenly remembered that you needed to mow the lawn, or pick up dinner from the grocery store? You know that these things need to get done, but you can’t leave in the middle of “The Planets”!

Don’t worry! If you have an Android phone, you can take KMFA with you wherever you go! Here are just a few simple steps that will enable your Android phone to play KMFA whenever you want….

First, go to the Android Market, which has all your application needs.

After that, press the search button and type “Public Radio Live Stream.”

The first application that pops up should be the free version of streaming public radio. After you’ve downloaded your new free application, you can open Public Radio Live Stream and search for your favorite public radio station, which of course is KMFA.

Now you can take KMFA anywhere you take your phone, and you don’t have to miss a second of your favorite classical tunes!


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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. B A Longhorn  |  August 7, 2010 at 11:38 am

    Why this is excellent information! Thanks for posting.


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