Posted February 16, 2006
Want an alternative to regular radio, but hate the idea of buying a satellite receiver and then paying XM or Sirius a fee every month? Then put some free Internet radio in your pocket. Griffin Technology’s new iFill software works with both Macs (you’ll need Mac OSX 10.3 or later) and PCs (Windows XP) to let you pick from a vast range of talk and music Internet stations—literally thousands of options—and then automatically fill your iPod with MP3s containing your choice of broadcasts. The software’s incredibly easy to use (I set it up in minutes with just the briefest glance at the directions) and you can try it for free for a week before deciding if you actually want to buy it.
$20 at GriffinTechnology.com.