The Search.searchhighdrp.com site is the central hub of operations for the HD Radio Player browser extension developed by Polarity Technologies Ltd. The Polarity Technologies Ltd. site serves as the default start page and a new tab for users who have added the HD Radio Player extension to their Internet client. We have seen versions of HD Radio Player adapted to Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. The HD Radio Player software is a free-to-use program released by Polarity Technologies Ltd. in software packages that may contain third-party products.
The HD Radio Player add-on provides services related to radio broadcasting as its name suggests. PC users that have a subscription at Pandora.com. iHeart.com and Spotify.com may find the HD Radio Player extension useful to an extent. The HD Radio Player app may modify the browser's Internet preferences and force the browser to load Search.searchhighdrp.com by default whenever you open a new tab and start an online session. Search.searchhighdrp.com has links to Pandora.com. iHeart.com and Spotify.com. You will find a weather forecast widget and quick launch icons for Amazon, Gmail, YouTube, Instagram and Twitter as well. PC users are not required to pay for using Search.searchhighdrp.com and the HD Radio Player extension. However, Polarity Technologies Ltd. might use the app to read information like your Internet history, downloads log, software configuration and how much time you spend online to help marketers recognize your browser on cooperating sites and offer related commercial content.
HD Radio Player by Polarity Technologies Ltd. is classified as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) that might welcome users to disable ad blockers since they can interfere with how the HD Radio Player works. The company is known for releasing ad-supported apps in the past, which have not been received very well. Web surfers that like to protect their privacy and avoid Search.searchhighdrp.com may need to uninstall the HD Radio Player add-on and take advantage of the bookmarks bar in their browser for quick access to Pandora.com. iHeart.com and Spotify.com. A trusted anti-spyware scanner can help you purge the files associated with Search.searchhighdrp.com that may be flagged by AV tools as:
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