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Is the list of supported streaming apps growing?
The product description lists a few and with "many more".
Is there a current list of what is supported?
 

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From Roamio TE3:

Video Apps:
Netflix, HBO Go, Amazon Video (Prime), Amazon Video, Hulu, YouTube, MLB.TV, Plex, VUDU, EPIX, HSN, Vewd, Vevo, FlixFling, Toon Goggles, WWE, Yahoo, YuppTV, Ameba TV, Tubi TV,zone-tv channels

Music
iHeartRadio, Pandora

Amazon Alexa, IFTTT (TE4)
 

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I used to listen to what was my favorite radio station on my computer. I discovered I could listen through iHeartRadio on my Roamio and the computer works so much better now.

Now I'd like to listen to another station which is available through securesystems. I don't know if the same station can be found using an app that I could add to Roamio. I'm tired of radio stations messing up my computer.

I created a station I like on Pandora but the volume level is too low for listening through my Roamio to work. If I turned up the volume I'd definitely be startled when I went back to TV. Also, the commercials annoy me. If I could limit commercials to those that aren't annoying that would help. That's a question for another site.
 

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Now I'd like to listen to another station which is available through securesystems. I don't know if the same station can be found using an app that I could add to Roamio. I'm tired of radio stations messing up my computer.
This service, vTuner, works on my Yamaha AVR and has a good selection:
42343 Stations Available
8746 Podcasts
 

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Related question, I think. If I sign up for a free trial of CBS All Access would that be available through my TiVo Roamio through "add app?"
 

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This service, vTuner, works on my Yamaha AVR and has a good selection:
42343 Stations Available
8746 Podcasts
How does "add app" work? I am told to enter a 4-digit number but I don't know what that is. When I signed up for iHeartRadio, which I already had on Roamio, I was told to go to my computer and enter the code on the TV screen.

vTuner has the station I want. I just verified that.

vTuner SAYS it has the station. Then when I try to play it on the computer (still don't know how to make it work on the Roamio) it tells me it can't find the playlist and gives me directions for using music from my computer on Groove. There is no music on my computer. I was told I can listen to a radio station and that's what I'm trying to do. There is a Feedback option but I keep being told "something went wrong" and it can't sign me in.
 

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The Add App has only worked on one program in my memory. I don't know if it still works. The number requested is an IP address. Now you know all I know about add an app.

I don't know who told you that you can listen to a radio station.

On my PC vTuner invokes WMP to play the radio station.

See -> Radio Auricle: TiVo music & talk app from EnterWebz.tv
 

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The Add App has only worked on one program in my memory. I don't know if it still works. The number requested is an IP address. Now you know all I know about add an app.

I don't know who told you that you can listen to a radio station.

On my PC vTuner invokes WMP to play the radio station.

See -> Radio Auricle: TiVo music & talk app from EnterWebz.tv
That TiVo radio app sounds kinda cool! (Haven't tried it, tho.)
 

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In IP address is longer than that. And what is my IP address?
It was you.
If you select "Add an App" the display shows four boxes. Each box holds three numbers. As shown in the text on that display, that is where you enter the IP address.

Your IP address can probably be found in your operating system (locally) or from your modem (your ISP).
 

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If you select "Add an App" the display shows four boxes. Each box holds three numbers. As shown in the text on that display, that is where you enter the IP address.

Your IP address can probably be found in your operating system (locally) or from your modem (your ISP).
Oh, I was assuming one number per box.

I guess my IP address would be that number they told me to use when my Internet goes out.
 

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