Audio Software Players Radio@Netscape

Radio@Netscape 1.0 for Windows

by Netscape Communications Corp.

Avg. Rating 3.5 (6 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.6 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 6,242
Publisher Netscape Communications Corp.
Homepage Radio@Netscape

Publisher's Description

Radio@Netscape will change the look, feel and listening experience. It gives you access to more than 175 stations, including music, news, sports, and local radio. Improved listening experience: less up-front buffering time and less gaps between songs. Ability to save your favorite stations and rate your favorite songs.

Latest Reviews

Tao2005

Tao2005 reviewed v1.0 on Sep 20, 2007

Ah yes, I remember this piece of crappola. Never did care much for this program. If you have AOL, then you know where the streams come from. If you use another radio program, such as: WinAmp, Windows Media Player, JetAudio, QMP, QCD, XMplay. Then your not missing any thing.

devilrider

devilrider reviewed vBeta on Mar 19, 2004

well, it expires afer some hours/day. so now after 6 hours testimg it it gets even less rating.
suxx :) ->uninstall

TheLoneIguana

TheLoneIguana reviewed vBeta on Mar 19, 2004

Well, if you are truly a Winamp die-hard, SpinAmp
(http://www.musiclivesonl...m/software/spinamp.html)
lets you stream all the channels from Radio@Netscape through Winamp 2.x or 5.x.

yokozuna

yokozuna reviewed vBeta on Mar 19, 2004

I can't understand some reviewers. I installed the proggie and my impression is positive. The quality of sound is good (AAC compression, I guess that Ogg Vorbis would be even better). No spyware detected by Spybot S&D and Ad-Aware. Simple interface (thank God, the clunky interface of WinAmp makes me sick). The selection of music is pretty decent, however, it is very visible that the company discriminates in favour some genres popular in America but not in Europe, as well as Asia. I hope that AOL/Netscape will not forget that their potential listeners and the owners of credit cards come from overseas too :-).

Skee

Skee reviewed vBeta on Mar 19, 2004

it will change the listening experience? i can't even find the will to download it. it'll prolly fill my computer with spyware and AOD stuff. bye netscape, see you next millenium. and thanks for mozilla, great spinoff.

Avg. Rating 3.5 (6 votes)
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Tao2005

Tao2005 reviewed v1.0 on Sep 20, 2007

Ah yes, I remember this piece of crappola. Never did care much for this program. If you have AOL, then you know where the streams come from. If you use another radio program, such as: WinAmp, Windows Media Player, JetAudio, QMP, QCD, XMplay. Then your not missing any thing.

devilrider

devilrider reviewed vBeta on Mar 19, 2004

well, it expires afer some hours/day. so now after 6 hours testimg it it gets even less rating.
suxx :) ->uninstall

TheLoneIguana

TheLoneIguana reviewed vBeta on Mar 19, 2004

Well, if you are truly a Winamp die-hard, SpinAmp
(http://www.musiclivesonl...m/software/spinamp.html)
lets you stream all the channels from Radio@Netscape through Winamp 2.x or 5.x.

yokozuna

yokozuna reviewed vBeta on Mar 19, 2004

I can't understand some reviewers. I installed the proggie and my impression is positive. The quality of sound is good (AAC compression, I guess that Ogg Vorbis would be even better). No spyware detected by Spybot S&D and Ad-Aware. Simple interface (thank God, the clunky interface of WinAmp makes me sick). The selection of music is pretty decent, however, it is very visible that the company discriminates in favour some genres popular in America but not in Europe, as well as Asia. I hope that AOL/Netscape will not forget that their potential listeners and the owners of credit cards come from overseas too :-).

Skee

Skee reviewed vBeta on Mar 19, 2004

it will change the listening experience? i can't even find the will to download it. it'll prolly fill my computer with spyware and AOD stuff. bye netscape, see you next millenium. and thanks for mozilla, great spinoff.

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