Get the Free Internet Radio Player

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License model
Not available
Operating systems
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Vista, Windows NT, Windows XP
Additional requirements
Not available
Publisher’s description

You won’t find absolute perfection in this free desktop app for streaming Internet Radio, but you will find a mess of language options, preset stations, and a few extra functions stuffed into a very light, fast app. For casual listeners, the combination will be just right. Not every preset station will be a success–we found that many URLs lead to a Web site, not to a stream. If that’s the case, you can follow the link from Screamer Radio, do a little searching around the site, and manually enter the URL. Unfortunately, there’s no way to edit the global library for everyone’s benefit.As for the perks, you’re looking at two sound effects, saving favorite stations (but not songs,) and audio recording–you’ll be able to easily open the Recordings folder from the app interface. With Screamer Radio, you’ll also be able to mute audio and do some manual configuring. It’s a great deal for those looking for ease of use and an easy way to experiment with new stations and sounds in a set-it-and-forget-it format. If you’re looking for more advanced features like visualizers, saving individual songs, and socializing, however, this isn’t the radio app for you.
Screamer Radio is an Internet radio player ready with hundreds of easily recordable radio stations at your fingertips. Based on the bass audio library and designed not to be in your way, Screamer Radio will not slow down your computer and can be easily hidden in the system tray.

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