Nexus Radio (download) is a free music software application that lets users download music and listen to streaming radio stations. It also doubles as a media player, and recording tool which can record in-line audio from your computer, or from the radio streams you're listening to.
Like competing music jukebox software, Nexus Radio has its own plug-in architecture that allows third parties to create their own add-ons. One of the most popular applications of that has been visualizations, which users are able to add or remove from the player.
CNET editor Dong Ngo explains how the Google Wifi works and most importantly why it's so much more appealing than competing devices.
by Dong Ngo
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