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As always at Smart Media Gy we have taken you feedback on board and for now we are scraping our dedicated apps and keeping things simple maximising our posh new optimised website.

The good news is what ever device you have old or new, if you can browse the internet then Smart Media Gy is with you. We have spent a lot of time creating a mobile optimized website and have created a special mobile page that allows you access the chat room and media player from a single page.

All you have to do is scan the code or click on it as a link and save it to your mobile device desk top and we are always just one click away. This means no matter your device this option should work for you. This also gives us control to subtle updates without you ever needing to update your link. Please note that this page will not display on your PC.

For those of you who cant get away from a desire to use a true app, we strongly reccomend listening to us through Tunein as a simple and stable media player app. Tunein Apps are availble through Android and Apple Apps stores.


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