The multimedia software application, has just added the functionality to its voice, text, information and entertainment service suite.
Wavigo, a multimedia software application, has just added podcast support to its voice, text, information and entertainment service suite. Users can now select, manage, and listen to their favorite podcasts. The company's podcast management feature lets users download or stream podcasts directly to Wavigo, and play them through Wavigo's built-in music and video media player. The software can be download at no charge from Wavigo's Web site.
The developers of the product say the software allows computers to function as full featured communication, information and entertainment tools. With this release, Wavigo's entertainment features now include the ability for users to automatically download RSS/Atom-based media podcasting feeds from the Web. Once the podcast is received, the user can choose to download or add a stream link to Wavigo's audio/video media player for playback. A karaoke feature lets users sing along.
The podcast feature adds to Wavigo's existing services, which includes the ability to monitor, chat and talk with other Wavigo users and with all of their contacts on any of the leading instant messaging and voice services such as Skype, Yahoo!, MSN, AOL and ICQ. The application runs over any internet connection including dial-up, and, according to the vendor, has been "certified 100% clean" from Adware, Spyware and viruses by an independent source.
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