Articles Tagged radiotray

Radiotray-NG: A Simple Radio Player for Ubuntu

Radiotray-NG is a simple radio player for Ubuntu that runs from the system tray. You can add stations, view track metadata, and more.

17 February 2017
Radiotray 1.7.1 running on Ubuntu 11.10

Panel-Based Linux Radio App ‘RadioTray’ Adds Minor New Features in Update

Tuning into your favourite online radio stations without needing to open a dedicated music application is a breeze using RadioTray. The latest release adds a handful of new features. Read on for more on what's new and the all important download link.

12 December 2011
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Radio Broadcasting made easy* with Internet Dj Console

A few days back I received a question from reader Nikos – who broadcasts a radio show @ http://www.poplie.eu/. It read: – I would like to run ubuntu for my station. For the time being  […]

21 June 2010
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Mono Icons for RadioTray

Yesterday we blogged about radio-in-your-gnome-panel-applet RadioTray. It has an OK-ish default tray icon but it isn’t mono and that so distressed the awesome Tommy Brunn (of Caffeine fame) that, using his super design powers, he […]

17 June 2010
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Listen to radio stations in Ubuntu with RadioTray

Tuning into your favourite online radio stations without needing to open a dedicated music application is a breeze using RadioTray. The application runs directly from your system panel with a menu-only interface – thus making […]

16 June 2010