FlyCast 2.0 Allows BlackBerry Users to Cache Radio Wirelessly
July 21, 2009 at 6:01 AM (PT)
FLYCAST has debuted "wireless station caching," the ability to enjoy favorite radio stations on a mobile device anywhere, even without a wireless connection. With FLYCAST 2.0, users can quickly store their favorite stations to their mobile devices when connected to a cellular or Wi-Fi network, then disconnect from the network and listen to the stations at their leisure.
"With FLYCAST 2.0, we've introduced a new type of broadcast experience that benefits listeners, broadcasters, and content providers alike," said CEO DAVID KENNEDY. "We've focused on addressing common problems encountered by those who enjoy the mobile media experience, and in doing so we've also dramatically enhanced the quality of that experience. Now, listeners can see what they are hearing, audition it prior to purchase, recommend it and buy it."