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"Superb Internet Radio Program!"
Version: inLight Radio 1.4
Easy installation, configuration and use!
Huge list of Internet radio stations, constantly being updated by the developer and users, who can submit new stations they find.
Create your own favorite stations list.
You can enter your personal subscription station's log-in credential URL's
Record your music stream
The sound from your internal laptop speakers is better than expected, absolutely GREAT when linked to a separate speaker system.
VU meter / Spectrum analyzer display
Absolutely nothing! An e-mail to the developer (Jeramy) and he will address, immediately, any bugs, issues or questions you may have with his program. (even if you do not register your program) (I registered my copy BTW, this program is that good, it is worth the few dollars to keep the program evolving and getting better!)
If you are looking for an Internet radio streaming program to listen to the 20,000+ stations available, THIS is the program for you to try and buy! Yes, there are many other programs here on c|net (or the web), but most are left over from years gone by whose station data bases contain stale, broken and outdated links which are not maintained. THIS program has a dynamic station database, constantly being updated by the developer and users!
"Solid and very easy to use!"
Version: inLight Radio 1.2.7
+ Solid sound quality with most sound stations.
+ Program does not crash at all (compared it to jobee that does crash), and so it's stable.
+ Inlight Radio Player is free (unregistered and no account needed)
+ Expand and collapse, collapse makes it a sleek, quick and good looking player. (click minimize to system tray through options)
- Not very light
- Some options and extra's are not free like for example inlight media player and inlight radio remote.
- Assorting is not that broadly/extensively (can't sort on kbps and list is too big so it's unsystematic/chaotic)
How the program works is very light, but program memory itself is not low.
So it's not light on system resources, but still acceptable because it's not getting above 90.000kb from what i experienced.
I've tried a lot of radio programs like jobee, tapinradio and RadioMaximus.
But inlight radio player is so much better in my opinion.
I have the newest 1.2.7 version by the way.
"Excellent radio player"
Version: inLight Radio 22.214.171.124
I'm playing with this radio for a while, and it's just great...
All is working nice and smooth, functionality is perfect, sound is great. Options to change background colors,fonts, etc...
I can't find something wrong with this radio.
Great radio software, with very nice features and options.
Only radio that have lyrics and also can accurately find and display high quality album artwork images.
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