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3 Great Linux Radio Apps To Discover Great New Music

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Massive MP3 collections are nice, but they don’t do everything. Sometimes you want to discover new music, for example, or listen to the news. Traditionally this was the role of the radio, but if you’re a geek (and if you’re reading this blog I’m betting you are) you’re far more likely to be around computers than FM receivers.

This is doubly true with Linux types, who tend to be geekier than most. Happily it’s perfectly possible to use your computer to get practically any radio station on your Linux computer. You could use your desktop music player to stream most online radio stations, but if you’re looking for simple radio-only web sites, read on.

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Some applications are so simple, yet so perfect, you wonder how you functioned without them. RadioTray is one such applications for me.

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