Download Caribbean Music Radio Stations apk 1.0 free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 2.8 MB
Listen to top Caribbean Music, Talk, Sports and News on your android device.
We have stations from almost all islands across the Caribbean. Aruba, Jamaica, Grenada, Bahamas St. Lucia, and many more!
Easy to use app with instant Track Info and share function.
Turns radio automatically off, when you receive a call!
To see track info, press long and click "track info".
To share radio stations, press long and click "share"
Wherever you are, the best tropical and reggae music from top Caribbean online radio stations is with you!
This is a FREE ad supported App, but without any annoying push ads!
I recommend a fast internet connection for top app performance. Wifi, 4G, etc.
I have tested the app and all stations are working without skipping. If you still find errors, please report them to me.
Thank you and enjoy!
NOTE! If you see "Error Accessing Audio File", after "buffering", please try again later! Some stations are not a 100% reliable and/or have a max. limit of listeners.
When you exit the app while a radio station is still active and playing, you can see a small music note in the notification bar. That is how you can get back to the app and either stop or change the station. App will not be listed in Task Manager.
April 23rd 2016: New stations added. Non working streams corrected or deleted.
AMSApps part of our Music & Audio and have average installs from 10000 to 50000. Last Update April 23, 2016. Google play rating is 85.9649. Current verison is 1.0. Actual size 2.8 MB.
Great app. I can switch Islands easily. Sounds are clean and clear. I have one app thus eliminating several
Awesome App Well done Sylvia! I appreciate that there is no invasive tracking. Most station links work.
Worst ever don't download there is no radio stations
I accidentally picked up Barbados Yes, on an old SONY Walkman radio, I was picking up Barbados (990am), just below Chicago's WGN. The radio waves were just right, it didn't last too long. Back then, this station was playing Southern Gospel music, it changed " Caribbean Night Call." This happened back in the 1960's, yeah,that far back. I'm lucky that I can even recall it. That's how I got to enjoy the instrumental music( steel drums, xylophone,marimba,steel guitar, chimes,beed shakers and etc).
I love this app
Great international radio stations.