Douglas Waltman II
United States of America
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4 Beta 1 Build 2 (Sep 13, 2005)
A program that asks too much and delivers too little.
They ask $20 for this media player, when the market is already full of more complete, FREE players out there. RadLight's free version requires that you install spyware to run the program. This is completely unacceptable. Any up-and-coming star, as the supporters of RadLight claim it is, should offer a substantially computer friendly free version or a time-limited trial version to say the least. Even then, $20 is a lot to ask for something that plays media on your computer. Most users have windows, which includes Windows Media Player. Winamp has a very powerful Free player, and there are others out there such as Zoomplayer and DivX player.
If you read some of the other reviews you will find that RadLight's reputation is far from stellar. I am aggrivated to no end by a company that subverts new users into thinking they are getting something more out of a media player, when they are paying for less that what others deliver for free.
This is one of the last players I would choose to use on my computer.