By October 13, 2009

Resco Pocket Radio 2.00 Released


Resco, a supplier of Windows phone applications, releases today a new version of Resco Pocket Radio 2.00, follower of a popular radio application with new graphical and handling components designed mainly to make work with the program easier and more comfortable.

Resco Pocket Radio 2.00 can be found at:

Resco Pocket Radio is a player and recorder providing endless streaming radio broadcasting, perfect for those who can’t live without a radio at their fingertips. Enjoy Bluetooth head-sets support and touch-optimized player directly in Today Plug-in. Choose from an extensive list of radio stations from a wide variety of musical genres, schedule recording while you are away or import your own favorite radios in convenient way.

“Changes will certainly be appreciated by users who enjoy touch-friendly interface” said Marcel Šaffa, Resco product manager. “We tried to bring things that would make work with the program much easier and that would improve navigation among the radio stations. We believe users will accept all the improvements with highly positive reactions.”

Since the last version the application suffered several handling and graphical changes. Choosing from a variety of radio stations as well as more streaming qualities becomes more comfortable. New controlling items improve navigation and speed up work with the program.

New Features in Resco Pocket Radio 2.00

  • Touch-friendly Radio List
    The list of radio stations has been converted into touch-optimized interface. Each musical genre includes a number in parentheses indicating how many stations belong to the category.
  • Letter Bar Included
    As you select from a broad list of musical styles, the letter bar improves your navigation and saves time.
  • Streaming Quality Icons
    The streaming quality is denoted by icons in three colors (weak quality=red, mid-quality=orange, good quality=green).

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