Digitally Imported Radio Streaming for iOS, Android, Blackberry 10 and Windows Phone

Digitally Imported Radio Streaming for iOS, Android, Blackberry 10 and Windows Phone

Found 21st Jan 2016
Digitally Imported is a highly rated radio stream for smart phones, tablets and computers.

Digitally Imported is the premier streaming radio service for electronic music fans. Our newly redesigned app offers over 80 channels of streaming electronic music and an extensive selection of exclusive and first-to-air content you can’t find anywhere else. For the first time ever, DI Premium members can also stream past episodes of their favorite shows on demand.

All of our music is hand-selected by electronic music enthusiasts from all corners of the globe. Find your favorite styles including Trance, House, EDM, Dance, Lounge, Chillout, Techno, Ambient, and many more within the intuitive new layout. Our new design makes it easier than ever to find and discover new music. Use the style filters to find and save your favorites, or explore the calendar for DJ Shows and live broadcasts.

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Upgrade to DI Premium

You can upgrade to DI Premium in the app to eliminate commercials and upgrade your audio quality. A 1-month subscription is available through in-app purchase for £5.99. If you choose to subscribe, your DI Premium will automatically renew each month unless cancelled.

- Listen to 80+ hand-programmed electronic music channels for free
- Not sure which channel to pick? The list of styles is easy to use
- Stream music from the open app or in the background
- Control audio and view track titles from the lock screen
- Save your favorite channels for quick and easy access later
- View current and upcoming exclusive radio shows & set reminders to tune in and listen
- Use the Sleep Timer to fall asleep to music without draining your data plan
- Set data streaming preferences for when using a Cellular vs. WiFi network
- Share your favorite tracks and channels on Facebook, Twitter, or by email
- Optional buffer bar with data display helps you keep track of your data usage
Community Updates


I listen to the Chillout channel on DI radio alot. Used to use their free service with adverts but trying out their premium subscription service at moment. The music licencing rules are changing in America which will put the costs up for free services and some will not survive.
Sorry, I maybe being a bit thick, but I can't see how this is a deal?
been using for years
Free radio hot from me.
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