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Listen To Thousands Of Radio Stations And Download Music With Nexus Radio

Nexus Radio is a free music application that lets you search, listen, and download millions of songs from various sources. Apart from it, you can listen to thousands of radio stations which have been pre-filled inside this app. These radio stations have been categories according to their music genres.

To listen to a radio station, click the Stations tab on top and select All Stations. From the left sidebar choose your favorite genre and then select the stations from the main window. In total, you will find more than 8000 stations.

Nexus Radio - Thousands of Stations

Additional options of each radio station, such as, quick recording, add to favorites, and search for artist or song that is playing in the radio are given under Control Panel. If you would like to search for an artist or song whose music you cannot find in any radio station, head over to the On-Demand tab.

Nexus Radio - Searching for Songs

As you can see from the screenshot above, you can search for a song, Listen to it, or Download it(in mp3 format) by clicking Save Song. It has some features of a music jukebox, such as, you can and add some sound effects and customize the equalizer.

EFX Sound Audio Effects - Nexus Radio Nexus Radio - Equalizer

Below is a quick look at the Options tab. As you can see, the default directories for recorded files and downloaded music can be changed. You can also select the default audio bitrate, depending on the speed of your internet connection.

Nexus Radio - Preferences Options

Once you select the radio station, you can close it down and it will minimize to the system tray. You will be notified of the upcoming song that will be played next. This notification would wary, depending on when the current song is going to end.

Upcoming music song - Nexus Radio

Overall, it is a robust and powerful music app for serious music lovers. It takes 28-29Mb for system memory while running, which is worth for what this app can perform. It works on Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista/7. Enjoy!


  1. Radio Sure

    Over 24,000 stations in its database; not just a Shoutcast skin. Best of breed, bar none.

    Look no further! (and, no, I have NOTHING to do with the product; just a user)

    Gregg L. DesElms
    Napa, California USA
    gregg at greggdeselms dot com

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    Veritas nimium altercando amittitur.

    • I don’t know whether they use shoutcast technology to stream audio from radio stations, but it is one of the best app out of the many I have tried. It’s worth giving it a try. The only downside is that every time you launch this app, it will open the a website in Internet Explorer, which is sometimes quite annoying. Otherwise it’s a great app that actually works.

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