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OPENwebRadio for WM
Are you a fan of listening to world wide radio stations?, then this application may be of your liking. XDA member marianpower presents OpenWebRadio. You can easily add your preferred station or listen to the selections already included from all over the globe. It sports a nice interface that follows the line of Sense on your Windows Mobile device.
The latest version includes support for more than ten languages including Spanish, English, French, and more. QVGA, WVGA and VGA resolutions are supported.
Originally posted by marianpower
The new improved version of the program to listen to music!
Almost all countries in the world! Listen to your favorite radio station whenever you want!
More than 4,200 stations already
Added the player selection list
Changes in version 1.40:
add automatic path for player
add info about bitrate and player
repiar download station in server
list of stations divided into the following 25 stations
You can find more information in the application thread.
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