Listen to radio without TV turned on
An AppleTV internet radio app that works without a TV.
1 Connect your AppleTV to your stereo
To use the App without a TV turned on, you need either a stereo system with an HDMI in+out or a small device called «HDMI-Audio-Extractor» to split/extract the audio signal from the HDMI-signal before it reaches your TV.
2 Choose a pre-made preset list or create your own
- Select a pre-made preset list*, then reset the list
- Add stations from a catalog with over 20,000 official URLs (or add a stream manually)
- Reorder or delete stations in your list
- Edit name, description, stream URL, image URL of your stations
* pre-made preset lists currently available for: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland (DE/FR/IT)
3 Turn your TV off
Simply turn your TV off and enjoy listening to your favorite radio stations.
- - Turn your AppleTV into an internet radio player that works without a TV*
- - Listening to radio without your TV turned on*
- * needs a HDMI-compatible stereo or an little device called «HDMI-Audio-Extractor» for stereos with analog inputs only.
PRESET LIST FEATURES
- - Personal preset list with unlimited stations
- - Fully editable stations (name, description, stream URL, image URL)
- - Fully manageable list (add, reorder, delete)
- - Add stations manually or from a catalog with 20k+ stations
- - Pre-made preset lists for: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland (DE/FR/IT)
RADIO PLAYER FEATURES
- - Streams an internet radio station from their publicly available URL
- - Loads current track metadata (only if supported by streaming source)
- - Speaks the station name, current track title, current track artist on click
- - Siri remote with swipe (optional tap)
- - Integrated setup guide + instruction manual
- - Menu available in English only (other languages in development)
- - Spoken text fully supported in English, German, French and Spanish. Partially supported in every language available for VoiceOver («Spoken language» must be set to «Default»).