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    I know little about Windows Mobile every day usage/functionality.

    Without using something like Kinoma software, are WinMo users about to click on and use links that "want" Windows Media Player - such as at NPR.org?
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    I use RSSHub to download all the podcasts I listen to. You can launch them directly there or thru media player from your play list. While I can attest to my podcasts which work flawlessly I can NOT vouch for any that are that left leaning
    -Jeff
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbcross View Post
    I use RSSHub to download all the podcasts I listen to. You can launch them directly there or thru media player from your play list. While I can attest to my podcasts which work flawlessly I can NOT vouch for any that are that left leaning
    -Jeff
    I'm asking about native functionality. I don't know what RssHub is. Is it native - ie can the device do this out-of-the-box?
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    Quote Originally Posted by west3man View Post
    Without using something like Kinoma software, are WinMo users about to click on and use links that "want" Windows Media Player - such as at NPR.org?
    Simple links should work, but they won't stream and WMP won't remember where you left off.

    But you can always use Kinoma FreePlay.

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