Listen to more than 2200 radio stations and fetch information about your local weather with this multi-platform application. The application can be executed in Adobe Air's environment, which is available on many mobile devices and most personal computers.
The application installs and runs in Adobe's Air environment. This environment allows for execution of Flash, HTML, and Java programs to run as a stand-alone program on your computer. This technology makes it possible to create an interface that will look the same on different types of computers - from mobile to personal computers. The only problem with Air is that it can be unstable at times and your application may crash. But that doesn't happen too often in order not to choose Adobe Air.
The program looks like it was written for mobile devices. The interface resembles the apps interfaces from touch screen phones. The main screen offers you a few options, among them to see the weather report or listen to a radio station. But it is obvious that that selection can be and more likely will be expanded to include more interesting options. This program requires internet access, as all of the radio stations and weather information pulled from the Internet.
Overall, it is a sleek looking, cross-platform application that play Internet radio stations. The benefits of this program is that it includes more than 2200 stations, it is absolutely free, and it looks exactly the same on different computers. Check it out, I like it.