Nokia Internet Radio Client for S40

Nokia Beta Labs introduced Internet Radio client for Series 40 phones. Just like its smart phone counterpart, this application brings access to tens of thousands of radio stations all over the world, and it extends the Nokia Internet Radio offering to many more Nokia users, especially those in emerging markets.

Nokia Internet Radio is a network service. Before you can connect to the Nokia Internet Radio service to listen to radio stations, you must have a wireless LAN or packet data access point defined in your device. WLAN is the recommended connection method for smooth listening. Using packet data access points may involve transmission of large amounts of data through your service provider’s network.



  • Listen to tens of thousands of Internet radio stations
  • Search stations by name, genre, language, or location
  • Manage your favourites
  • Play the Internet radio in background
  • Search and purchase music Ovi Music (supported stations only)

Tens of thousands of stations – Stations are available, organised by genre, language, and region.

Search & discover – Find exactly what you’re looking for or discover something new. Handy search make it easy to locate a specific station.

Favourites – Your favourite stations and recently played stations are easy to return to.

Background playing – Internet radio supports hide and unhide functions. Whenever you need to check your Inbox or look up a contact, let the radio continue playing in the background and you will not miss any wonderful programmes.

Purchase music – If you like a piece of music you hear on a supported radio station and want to keep it on your phone forever, you can buy it immediately from Ovi Music.

Beta Labs team tells that This application is currently labelled as beta, is under active development, and is compatible with the Nokia X2 and Nokia X3 (-00, -01, and -02). More devices will be added to the compatibility list later. [source]

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