Mozekti is also good but a long time ago there isn't new updates
and so it only works
На 28.7.2016 г. в 11:00 ч., Георги
I also use RadioSure: a very good and accessible
radioPlayerwith both screen readers: NvdA and jaws. At the
moment propose the player 33 000 and more radioStations from all
the countries and continents. The stations aren't divided by
country and genres but with the tab we find two fields: on the
first we can write countryor genre we looking for, and wicg the
next tab we get the stations list. The program has multiLanguage
interface and is to manage by the context menu.
Another accessible with screen readers, program is: RadioBox.
The program is portable and is easy to use. For instance:
control + down menu is volume down and control + up menu is
volume up. With enter we play the station, with control + s, we
stop the station etc.
Another accessible program is: Readon TV Movie Radio Player.
Perhaps there also are anothers and I'll be glad if anyone
knows another radioPlayers which understand themselves good with
27.7.2016 г. в 19:55 ч., Matt Turner написа:
Grate point, some of the stations don't provide a direct mp3
stream, or they want you to listen live via iHeart radio.
On 7/27/2016 12:27 PM, Gene wrote:
Tapin Radio is a good
program. Unfortunately, such programs may not have access
to as many stations as previously. I saw something on a
list I follow indicating that there is something about
rights management and many stations are no longer
accessible to such programs. for some reason, they are
restricting their streams to use from their web sites.
I've only seen one comment about this and I'm not saying
it is reliable information but such players may not be as
useful as previously.
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Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2016 10:37 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Accessible radio player
software for windows?
I prefer you to use TapinRadio. i'm using it for a long ago,
Best wishes, Mert Anlar
On July 27 2016 at 18:15, Matt Turner wrote:
> Hi, subject says it all.
> Any one no of any good ones?