I like to listen to the radio but if you listen to it on the internet does that use your download limit or not.
Listening to most internet radio stations requires streaming, which is generally the same as downloading, but you don't keep the data, so - yes, listening to online radio does use up bandwidth, but whether or not it is affecting your internet bill or bandwidth cap depends solely on the plan you have with your provider.
I think the best way is downloading videos from youtube.It is legal and you can get high quality and it is also free.Just get jdownloader programme and copy your link.when you copy your link with (ctrl +c ) it will ask you to which specific kind do you want to get it like mp3,mp4.... Then you can enjoy it
No i don't think so. Why would it cost on the internet but not everywhere else?
Try going to pandora.com or jango.com, its a radio like station but you get to choose the music that plays, with your favorite artist e.c.t.
Use your download limit? It'd use about as much as watching a video since it's streaming directly from the internet. You wouldn't be charged though, I do it all the time
Not all of them, just keep an eye on it when you try.
Thanks, yeah I've heard of both of them (:
its free on itunes
Not Radio 1