This Internet radio app works quite well on my Motorola Rambler. Comments indicate it works on the Seek and Inuendo too. I don’t know what other Boost phones it works on. I tried it on a Motorola i776 and it installs and starts but I couldn’t get it to play anything. If you try it on a phone other than the Rambler and it works, please leave a comment so I can update this post.
Publisher’s description: VirtualRadio connects to the Internet through your mobile phone operator’s network and links to more than 1500 radio stations from all over the world… To optimize the user experience for regular Java phones, VirtualRadio Java version contains channels with a low bandwidth only (max. 32kbps). VirtualRadio Free runs on most common Java phones (but also on Symbian Smartphones)! As there are countless different Java phones in use, we are unable to tell exactly where VirtualRadio will work or not. Just try it out, it is free!
Keys: Softkeys don’t work on the Rambler. Use arrow keys to navigate, OK to select, End Call key to exit
Contributed by: Robert
Data Connection Required: yes
Minimum Java ME profile: MIDP 2.0
Screen Size: All
Touch Screen Support: no
Boost CDMA Compatible: (tested on Motorola Rambler): Yes
iDEN Compatible: (tested on i776): No (installs, runs but doesn’t play)
Reported working on: LG Rumor Reflex, Motorola Rambler, Motorola Rokr E6, Nokia 515, Sanyo Incognito, Sanyo Innuendo
Reported NOT working on: Motorola i776, Nokia 6070, Nokia X2, Samsung GT-C3222, Sanyo Juno
The app “VRadio” (152 KB) is ready to download or send to your phone as filename: “VRadio”.
Downloading uses paid data. Downloads are for basic phones that support Java ME such as Nokia S40 phones. They do not work on Android, Apple, Firefox or Windows phones.