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Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Listen to and Record 6000+ Internet Radio Stations

nexus radio

Nexus Radio lets you listen to over 6000 streaming radio stations free of charge. As a bonus, recording songs is tightly integrated. All you need to do is click the little red Record button once you find a good radio station.

More advanced users can schedule TiVo-style regular recordings of particular stations and also set up Filters for automatic recording of tracks by song or artist. A simple audio and ID3 tag editor is also included.

When you install Nexus Radio, it asks to install a toolbar in your browser. I suggest you uncheck that box. The other catch is that advertising is played 3 to 4 times a hour when you use Nexus Radio.

A similar, but simpler, application is Screamer Radio.


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Reader Comments:

Great review but you made one slight error. Nexus Radio no longer plays commercials since version 2.1.1

Thanks for the correction, Tim!

I hope the Help section gets updated to reflect the new ad-free nature of Nexus Radio.

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