Finally, a Full-Featured, Broadcast Quality, High Fidelity Streaming Audio Player
+ Optimized for iOS 8.0 on iPad with multitasking/background processing.
+ REQUIRES iPad with iOS 10
+ 5000s of quality high fidelity audio streams, including AM/FM stations, that actually work instead of 10,000s of garbage stations that may or may not work and sound bad.
+ Fast and Easy to use mobile interface.
+ The best sounding high-fidelity audio.
+ Tag your favorite songs and buy them on iTunes.
+ Tell your friends about your favorite songs and stations.
+ Publish now playing info to Twitter and Facebook.
+ Plays "true" HE-AAC (NOT as AAC compatible mode like most other players) or MP3 streams.
+ Supports authenticated RTSP/RTP streams.
+ Supports Flash HE-AAC Audio-only Live and On-Demand Streams (RTMP and FLV).
+ Exclusive StreamMap - See what others are listening to as displayed on a World map and connect directly to the same stream.
+ Supports landscape in most views.
StreamS+ is a full-featured iPad streaming audio player delivering thousands of tested, reliable, high quality hi-fi HE-AAC streams. No more lo-fi or re-buffering MP3 or WMA streams. Streams listed on StreamS+ Player have an audio quality that matches or beats FM, HD Radio and Satellite Radio. By listing only HE-AAC/AAC+ streams, the StreamS Player provides reliable high quality listening over 3G, EDGE, and WiFi networks. Focused on Quality NOT Quantity. All player Apps are not created equal.
StreamS+ is supports MPEG-4 AAC/xHE-AAC/HE-AACv1/HE-AACv2, also known as aacPlus or eAAC+. StreamS+ Player delivers the absolute best audio quality to your ears. If your favorite stream isn't available in HE-AAC or in the StreamS Directory, you can enter any compatible stream URL, including MP3, and save it in your Favorites.
StreamS+ plays SHOUTcast, Icecast2, QuickTime/Darwin and Adobe Flash audio-only streams, making it the most universal AAC/HE-AAC/MP3 streaming player available for iPad. It also displays stream, name, description, artist, and song title info, plus graphics such as album art and logos, for stations that send it. StreamS+ Player does NOT support MP3 Flash streams.
With StreamS+, you can create a history of songs you like and purchase them instantly in the iTunes Store. When you are really jazzed about a song or stream, StreamS Player will let you email your friends or post the now playing info to Twitter and Facebook.
The industry has been waiting for a quality Internet streaming receiver for their radio streams. The wait is over and StreamS+ Player changes everything. No longer settle for horrible sound when iPad is capable of so much more with the StreamS+ Player.
If you want to connect to Internet stations not listed in our directory, StreamS+ is one of a few apps which allows you to enter the station's stream address manually and directly without web site registration.
Please visit our support site to find out what our App can and cannot do before purchasing. We are forthcoming and never misleading with our features.
We are the only known Broadcast Quality HiFi iPad Player with actual technical specifications developed by a team of broadcast digital audio and computer professionals.
We are the same developers that brought HE-AAC to the Internet with the first commercially available streaming audio encoder, Orban Opticodec-PC in 2002, and the Orban/CT-Dolby HE-AAC Windows Media Player Plugin in 2004. We know and understand HE-AAC technology from our vast experience with both encoder and decoder software deployed at millions of locations around the world. We are destined to improve Internet audio quality and change the way Internet audio is perceived and consumed.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
My favorite radio app
Many radio apps don't sound bad, they just don't sound good. Listening to the same station on a popular radio app and Streams, is like day and night. The app has the usual bells and whistles to make listening easy and convenient. I particularly like the stations that are broadcast in 5.1 surround! Don't waste your money on the Apple TV app.
Effective player, lives up to audio quality proclamations
I got this because ooTunes was screwing up a lot for me, and the AAC-HEv2 streams I was listening to were getting stuck on half-quality where the full sample rate is cut and it sounds like a telephone. I saw the description and I can confirm the streams do play properly each time I've tried so far (success/fail rate was about 50% with ooTunes). However, while I disliked and found clunky the ooTunes interface, I appreciated the function I could manage to pull off with grabbing pls/m3u contents from web links from its built in browser. Many other little things like fullscreen-ish function I had come to mildly appreciate, but the app has been abandoned if you ask me, so I had to try this one. I didn't like the dog and I still don't. I don't like the branding and slogan plastered on the screen at all times. I don't like the directory and couldn't find the stations I wanted from it. I still almost gave this program 5 stars because I can still accomplish what I wanted, but I just don't like a lot of the interface/design choices and wish for more functionality and less branding and fancy logos. Please keep updating this app because no one has a decent up to date working streaming app where I can enter my own stations and let it play for days on end.
High expectations- bad app
I bought this app thinking I would be getting great sound quality on most all stations. What I found was that only about 10 percent of shoutcast and icecast streams are in the high quality AAC format that this app uses. The app developer brags about how his codec is outstanding when in actuality there are few stations that even use it and the player is playing MP3 quality in most cases. That makes this app no better and in fact even worse, when you take options into account, than some free apps out there. Went to the developers web site to find out why I couldn't get to the station finder icon and the site doesn't mention that the station finder radio tower icon isn't visible on the ipad unless you hold the ipad in portrait mode. Landscape mode hides the icon and you can't get to the icon until you flip the ipad around. Inexcusable in a paid app in my opinion. Tried manually entering an http addy to get to streams manually and the app just stalls because it keeps looking for port 80 and putting localhost or forwarded ports does no good here. What was the author thinking- we're all behind firewalls? That further cripples the ability to find your favorite stations. I gave up in frustration. This author should focus less on forwarding station links to facebook and twitter and get functionality to the forefront. Five bucks wasted.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.