Plays mp3 files directly from Usenet newsgroups like a radio. Install, enter your account information and it starts playing mp3 files automatically. It's that simple. Stop, pause and play using familiar media player controls on the main window.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:30
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Binary Boy 1.97 A Usenet newsreader with scheduler, threaded decoder, picture viewer and NZB support. Automatically expand RAR files. Browse manually or download automatically. Customize search rules and folders for each newsgroup. Launch external programs.
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Description: Plays mp3 files directly from Usenet newsgroups like a radio. Install, enter your account information and it starts playing mp3 files automatically. It's that simple. Stop, pause and play using familiar media player controls on the main window. Working for you beneath the simple user interface is a powerful newsreader engine that collects files from multiple connections on multiple servers. Advanced users can edit or create new group lists that combine search results from multiple newsgroups and servers. All the popular encoding schemes are handled automatically.
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