About Juice 2.2.2 a1
Juice for Windows 2000 and XP helps you find, subscribe to, and download podcasts from the Internet for listening on your computer or MP3 player.
What are podcasts? From the Juice FAQ : Podcasts are audio broadcasts created and stored digitally on the Internet. Instead of being broadcast over the airwaves once and lost, like with traditional radio, podcasts were created to be stored and played at the user's convenience. Think of them as radio shows waiting to be downloaded. There are currently thousands of podcasts available covering everything from automobiles to tech news to rock 'n roll.
(Note : Windows Vista and 7 users will have to run Juice in Windows XP mode for compatability)
Features of Juice 2.2.2 a1
- Ability to import/export your subscriptions to a single OPML file
- Schedule when to check and download new podcasts
- built in directory listing of some of the podcasting available. See related links for other podcast directories on the Internet.
- Also available for Linux and MacOS X
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