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Wavestreaming’s New Android App Builder Helps Radio Stations Create an App in Minutes

July 30, 2013

Wavestreaming's new Android App Builder makes it easier than ever for radio stations to build an Android app and broadcast to millions of new listeners.

(PRWEB) July 30, 2013

Taking advantage of the recent surge in Android usage, Wavestreaming's new Android App builder makes it easier than ever for radio stations to create a state of the art app and broadcast themselves to new audiences.

"More and more of our stations are being accessed through mobile devices and a huge majority of those devices are Android," says James Mulvany, Wavestreaming's Founder & CEO.

The user friendly interface provides radio stations with the ability to fully customize their app to match their branding and the simple to use 3-step process means broadcasters can have their app on Google Play in lightning speed.

"Building your own app isn't normally an easy thing to do because making an App requires specialist knowledge of the Java programming language or alternatively hiring a software engineer. So, we designed a point and click interface where no technical knowledge or code is needed whatsoever, an entire Android radio app can be built within 10 minutes from our web builder," says John White, Wavestreaming's Lead Engineer.

To get started radio stations can customise the look and feel of the app to make their branding. Then once they have uploaded their artwork Wavestreaming begins building the app, taking care of all the tricky stuff like making sure the audio stream is optimized for mobile. After work on the app is complete, Wavestreaming even takes care of the entire publishing process.

"It's a very quick process. It's completely feasible to have your app designed, built and on Google Play in a few days," adds White.

Whilst a custom mobile app like this can normally set a radio station back by thousands of dollars, Wavestreaming's solution allows broadcasters to connect with their listeners for the incredibly low price of $149 per year. The finished result is a slick, professional looking, responsive mobile app that puts broadcasters in front of a new potential audience of millions.

"We're always keen to help broadcasters grow their audiences as much as we can, whether that's making it easier to get an app made or developing new products like Internet Radio Monthly but with millions of people turning to Android, creating the builder seemed like a logical thing to do," adds Mulvany.

So, for radio stations looking to increase their audiences and take advantage of Android's surge in popularity head on over to Wavestreaming and start building an app today.

About Wavestreaming

A leader in the online radio industry, Wavestreaming has recently gone through a period of rapid growth, doubling their workforce to meet customer demand and beating the likes of Soundcloud and Grooveshark to be named Best Music Streaming Service at Streaming Media's Reader's Choice Award.

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