Welcome to our FAQ section, designed to answer your most common queries about our Internet Radio and TV services. Whether you’re a seasoned user or just getting started, we’ve got you covered with the essential information you need. If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for in this section, feel free to reach out to us directly. We’re here to assist you and provide any additional information you may need.

Your satisfaction is our priority, and we look forward to making your experience with our Internet Radio and TV services seamless and enjoyable.

Use the drop-down menu to select the music you want to listen to.
Once you’ve made your selection, simply click, and the music will start within a few seconds.
If it doesn’t work, try refreshing the entire page.

Mobile device(s)
On mobile devices click on the playlist to ioen the drop down meny, scroll and selct the channel to listen to.

If it doesn’t work, try refreshing the entire page.
Still not working – let us know and send us an email at hello@internetradio.se.

Ctrl + Alt + F5 is a keyboard shortcut commonly used on Windows operating systems. When pressed together, this key combination typically triggers a specific function, which may vary depending on the context or the software you are using. Here are a couple of common interpretations:

Force Refresh in Web Browsers: In web browsers, Ctrl + F5 is often used to force a hard refresh of a webpage. This means that the browser will ignore the cached version of the page and load the most recent version from the server. The addition of Alt (Ctrl + Alt + F5) might have a similar effect in some browsers.

Switch to a Virtual Console (Linux): On Linux systems, Ctrl + Alt + F5 is used to switch to the fifth virtual console. In Linux, the virtual consoles are text-based terminals that you can switch between using different key combinations.

We try to please everyone, but it’s not always easy. So, if you can’t find your music genre here, please feel free to suggest it to us at hello@internetradio.se.

We add new music to channels that play contemporary music and if we come across music we’ve missed in channels that play music from the past. We always have at least 15,000 songs in our playlists and, as mentioned, we add to them almost daily.

Hallo, this is cr*p, it’s not working – what to do?
If it doesn’t work, try refreshing the entire page, call mum, reboot the device or send us an email!