We talked about an iPhone application called Flycast which lets users to listen to online streams. It has a client for Apple iPhone and Blackberry. Flycast is now also available for your PC as they have created an desktop app which is based on Adobe Airtime.
Since the application is based on on Adobe AIR, so it can run on Mac, Windows, and Linux computers. Flycast supports over 100o radio channels while it has support for shoutcasts as well. You can access most of the iTunes stations as well provided you have good connection.
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