Video Software Television WebTotal Tv & Radio Tuner

WebTotal Tv & Radio Tuner 7.01 for Windows

by Worldtvradio.com

Avg. Rating 3.3 (23 votes)

File Details

File Size 3.3 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 4,843
Publisher Worldtvradio.com
Homepage WebTotal Tv & Radio Tuner

Publisher's Description

WebTotal Tv & Radio Tuner is a worldwide radio and television online tuner through an Internet conection. You can tune more than 900 radio stations and 300+ TV channels without browser windows.

Latest Reviews

LordLOC

LordLOC reviewed v7.01 on Aug 28, 2008

There are two versions available to download - the shareware version and the toolbar freeware version. I downloaded the toolbar version, but it installed the shareware version I believe, odd. Either way, fairly good selection of radio and TV here, and it is catagorized very nicely as well. Don't know about spyware of adware, that might be the only sticking point. But at this point I'd give it a solid 4 or so, maybe a high 3 due to some small interface issues.

Zoroaster

Zoroaster reviewed v7.01 on Aug 28, 2008

"For a limited time this edition has an introductory price of US$9.99" (http://www.worldtvradio.com/downloadeng.htm).

Doesn't look like freeware. I guess they meant free to try.

Avg. Rating 3.3 (23 votes)
Your Rating
LordLOC

LordLOC reviewed v7.01 on Aug 28, 2008

There are two versions available to download - the shareware version and the toolbar freeware version. I downloaded the toolbar version, but it installed the shareware version I believe, odd. Either way, fairly good selection of radio and TV here, and it is catagorized very nicely as well. Don't know about spyware of adware, that might be the only sticking point. But at this point I'd give it a solid 4 or so, maybe a high 3 due to some small interface issues.

Zoroaster

Zoroaster reviewed v7.01 on Aug 28, 2008

"For a limited time this edition has an introductory price of US$9.99" (http://www.worldtvradio.com/downloadeng.htm).

Doesn't look like freeware. I guess they meant free to try.

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