The lack of wireless stereo support might have kept some Windows Mobile device owners away from Resco Pocket Radio, but there’s one less excuse now. Bluetooth stereo is now part of Pocket Radio version 1.90, so you can now stream wireless Internet radio stations to those cans on your head. This version is a free upgrade if you have an older version. New listeners can try Pocket Radio free for a week and listen to stations that broadcast in either MP3 or Ogg Vorbis format. After the trial, a license will set you back $19.95.
Pocket Radio includes a Today screen plug-in for quick access to tunes and I like how you can import stations. I’m a fan of the New Age station on Sky and would hate to give that up for my daily background music.