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Radio Tray: Tiny Web Radio Player

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If you spend a lot of time at your keyboard, no doubt you dabble a lot in listening to Internet radio. Radio Tray is a relatively new Linux app that can make tuning in to your favorite radio stations a new experience.

Radio Tray is a streaming player for online radio that sits on the Linux desktop panel. Think of this app as a shortcut that hides the browser interface.

It is not intended to replace a full-featured music player.
Rather, its was created as a fast and simple way to play streaming radio with a barely-there interface.

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