The France-based company said Streamezzo users will now be able to tune into digital radio signals broadcast on the T-DMB standard.
Radio broadcasts on T-DMB can include song and artist details.
Other information that can be transmitted includes news headlines and weather.
Listeners to T-DMB radio can purchase goods and music as well as send emails and SMS over the radio airwaves.
To use the new function, Streamezzo customers must have a T-DMB enabled handset, such as the ETEN-Glofiish V900.
Oliver Avaro, Streamezzo CEO, said: “It’s a great achievement for our company.
“By enabling applications developers and services providers to publish interactive content not only across the widest range of devices but as well across various publication standards, we pushed the boundaries of our mission one step further.”