Last Updated on August 11, 2021
Here’s an image of Radiotray-NG in action. When you start the software, all you’ll see is a small radio icon in your top tray.
The software is populated with a reasonable selection of internet radio stations divided into various categories, as shown above. There’s native desktop notifications when a track changes.
If you like software that’s really simple to use, you’ll like Radiotray-NG.
Memory usage is frugal with the software consuming around 39MB of RAM. That’s about half what Shortwave consumes, and a tiny fraction of odio’s memory footprint (which weighed in at a gargantuan 1GB)!
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Pages in this article:
Page 1 – Introduction / Installation
Page 2 – In Operation
Page 3 – Other Features
Page 4 – Summary
Why do you build RadioTray NG and won’t let is use the bookmarks list from RadioTray? Now it’s useless
Erwin, I suggest you provide your feedback to the developer of the project. This article is a review of RadioTray-NG. Luke certainly doesn’t consider the software to be useless, but everyone is entitled to their opinion. Good luck with finding software that meets your specific requirements.