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Old 02-06-2012, 3:09 PM
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I already Have a php script that I made that does this. runs on my server emails me when Listeners count reaches (X)... Can easily be done to run on a pc as well..
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I have PRTG which is my network monitor software watching my feed and emails me when I hit X people and tells me if it's down and let me track my users over a long period of time.


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Old 02-06-2012, 10:36 PM
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You could use a service such as IPN to alert your listeners if you hear something happening on your feed. Your listeners can also participate by signing up for a dispatcher account and as long as a person sends out a few alerts per month, the service is free. If they only want to receive alerts and not contribute by helping to send I believe the cost for the end user would be $8.95 per month. This would take the cost of providing an additional service to your listeners out of your pocket and place it in theirs. If they don't feel it's worth contributing or paying the subscription fee they can just use the feed as it is now.
I was an IPN dispatcher and suggested this to IPN at one time and they strongly disapproved it.
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Is there a way to alert the feed owner or other listeners if a certain number of listeners are connected to the feed? The other night I had 460 listeners because of a major fire in the city and never new about it. I average about 20 - 30 listeners so if I could set an alert at 50 and be notified by email or text that would be a great feature.
I have this feature built into the BlackBerry, Android, and iPhone/iPad app's I've written for use in listening to RadioReference.com's scanner feeds.

You can have the apps alert you whenever any scanner feed has a certain number of listeners (to let you know when *any* scanner feed has a huge number of listeners) and you can also have the app's alert you when scanner feeds you specify have more than a certain number of listeners (you can specify different limits for each feed).

For example, I use the Android version of the app to have it alert me whenever any scanner feed has at least 1000 listeners and also have it alert me whenever the feed that covers the county I'm in (for which I provide the audio) has at least 50 listeners (since that's rare).

For information on the Android version of the app go to https://market.android.com/details?id=com.scannerradio, for information on the iPhone/iPad version go to http://itunes.com/apps/scannerradiodeluxe, and for information on the BlackBerry version go to http://appworld.blackberry.com/webstore/content/4668

Note: I *just* submitted an update to the iPhone/iPad version of the app which adds this functionality (via push notifications), I expect it to be approved by Apple around February 15th.

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Gordon, do your iOS apps support tags?
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Is there a way to alert the feed owner or other listeners if a certain number of listeners are connected to the feed? ... so if I could set an alert at 50 and be notified by email or text that would be a great feature.

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I have this feature built into the BlackBerry, Android, and iPhone/iPad app's I've written for use in listening to RadioReference.com's scanner feeds.

You can have the apps alert you whenever any scanner feed has a certain number of listeners (to let you know when *any* scanner feed has a huge number of listeners) and you can also have the app's alert you when scanner feeds you specify have more than a certain number of listeners (you can specify different limits for each feed).

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Do you mean I can get an email notification via your Android App (I have the Pro version)? I've gone through the notification/alert settings, but don't see an email option, only the display on screen. May just be my eyesight?
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Gordon, do your iOS apps support tags?
The update that is currently awaiting Apple's approval adds support for them.

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Do you mean I can get an email notification via your Android App (I have the Pro version)? I've gone through the notification/alert settings, but don't see an email option, only the display on screen. May just be my eyesight?
Nope, notification is only through notifications in the notification tray.
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Thank you. Either version of your app beats all the others by a country mile, IMO.

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The update that is currently awaiting Apple's approval adds support for them.

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Great news!

Looks like I just found a new app for listening.
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Gordon app looks good on the iPad. Not sure if it's possible or not, to listen to more then one stream at once. I think that would be a cool feature that many apps dont have.
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Am I missing something or did tag support not make it into the ios versions that came out today?
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Thanks!

It's not possible in the app at present and is something that would probably be difficult to add.

What you should be able to do is use my app to listen to one scanner feed and, while it's playing, use one of the other scanner apps that are available to listen to another feed.

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Great news!

Looks like I just found a new app for listening.
FYI, version 1.1 was approved by Apple today, it contains the listener notifications support (via push notifications).

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Was just going to edit my post to say nevermind.

Updated and found the tags.

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Thanks!

It's not possible in the app at present and is something that would probably be difficult to add.

What you should be able to do is use my app to listen to one scanner feed and, while it's playing, use one of the other scanner apps that are available to listen to another feed.

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On my (Android) Samsung Tab I'm able to monitor two different feeds, one each, on Scanner Radio and Scanner Radio Pro simultaneously. I run into buffering issues at the start-up of the second feed, but it usually resolves within a minute or two. This is using my WiFi, I haven't tried it with 3G. At the moment I'm hearing the LAPD K9/Valley feed and Chicago PD. I can also add other feed apps but then buffering really becomes an issue.
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Action Scanner will allow you to scan between up to 4 feeds at once
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