Maybe it’s a sign of growing old, but I prefer music of the 80s to today’s hits. If you’re anything like me, you’re going to like TinyWebRadio, an online streaming radio player with which you can listen to hundreds of online radio stations focusing on the three magical decades: the 60s, 70s and 80s. TinyWebRadio supports Favorites, up to six presets and can also record music to your hard drive in MP3 or OGG formats.
When it comes to sharing music between two iPods you end up having to download your music to iTunes to make the switch. Not anymore if you use Misu for Mac. This ingenious little program can connect two iPods together and merges their music collection, which means that whatever track you don’t have will be added to your iPod. Quick music sharing which effectively kills the iTunes middle man.
There are times when we all have to have conversations we don’t really want to, but thanks to VR+ you don’t actually have to be there when they take place. The Blackberry applications allows you to record voice messages in MP3 format on your device then send them as a message or via a URL. It’s the perfect way of getting your point across without having to listen to the other person!