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WifiRadio is a collection of applications. It seem
WifiRadio is a collection of applications. It seems to be like a multimedia center, but with some features that weren't ever introduce in such an application. For example the torrent downloader. This is a little application for searching torrent files. It will link you with BitTorrent search engine from where you can find whatever you want. After this, the torrent file can be uploaded for download in this littler utility. From here you can set the download and upload bandwidth.
By its meaning, the whole application should be a radio player, but in fact is also a streaming TV player. You can select different TV channels from a list implemented in the multimedia interface. From here you can control and start any of this functions. Well the only original thing is this interface.
Instead of using a home made player, the application uses Winamp for playing the radio and TV channels. Using two different skins of Winamp instead of the original one, many of you will thing that this is there player.
It's true, with this application you can listen to radio stations and watching TV channels and also download music, movies, games or other applications. But where is there creation. I mean with the tools that exist today any student can use the Winamp as its own player in some multimedia aplications.
The good component is the (GPS) Tuner included in the main interface. Using a graphical representation of the world it can locate radio stations. Just click the location and the radio will start to play. From the same interface you can synchronize your PSP with the radio stations or with the TV channels.
Pluses: you can listen to radio stations, watching TV and downloading; (GPS) tuner; PSP sync
Drawbacks / flaws: uses winamp as the main player;
In conclusion: Read the disclaimer carefully if you want to use the torrent utility!
version reviewed: 220.127.116.11
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