Download the St. Louis Public Radio app for free to listen to any of our streams wherever you go.
Click your device to download!
90.7 KWMU-1, Jazz KWMU-2, Classical KWMU-3, and The Bridge WQUB-2 are all included, and by connecting a smartphone to a car stereo, fans of our music channels are able to listen in a car without an HD radio.
The app also includes one-touch bookmarking, a unique feature allowing users to bookmark an exact position within a stream to refer to again for a specific topic of interest or song heard during a St. Louis Public Radio program.
Listen in your car:
If your car has bluetooth capability, you can connect to your phone and listen to the St. Louis Public Radio via streaming media on the mobile app. Data rates will apply for your mobile carrier. If you do not have bluetooth, you can listen via an auxilary jack. Simply plug a cord into the auxiliary jack and then into the headphone jack on your phone. The cords are widely available at stores selling electronics or car accessories.
If you have questions or comments about how to use the St. Louis Public Radio mobile apps, you'll find support within the app itself. Tap the "more options" button and then tap "support." There are multiple ways to submit your support requests from there.
Should you need additional support or if you have general comments about the app, please e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to stream St. Louis Public Radio from a Blackberry or Windows Phone:
The St. Louis Public Radio app is not available for Blackberry or Windows mobile devices, however, you can still listen to our streams by downloading a basic streaming app for your device, such as Rad.io or Tune.in.
Once the app is downloaded, if you can't find our station using a search you can use these direct links for each of our streams:
90.7 KWMU: http://kwmu-sc.streamguys.com/listen.m3u
Jazz KWMU-2: http://126.96.36.199:80/jazz-64
Classical KWMU-3: http://kwmu3-ice.streamguys1.com/kwmu3.m3u
The Bridge WQUB-2: http://kwmu2-sc.streamguys.com/listen.m3u
If you have bluetooth capabilty or an auxiliary jack in your car, you can use it to listen to the stream through your car stereo.