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RadioRocker is the simple way to listen to terrestrial radio on your Mac. This isn't a streamer for Internet radio, RadioRocker contains over 5,000 stations from across the United States. Choose what state and choose the station and you're off and running.

RadioRocker is perfect if you want to listen to a sporting event in another state or town. For instance: if you're from Massachusetts and you miss listening to WBZ NewsRadio 1030 for all your news, simply pull up the list for Massachusetts, double-click on WBZ. All of a sudden you're listening to WBZ right on your Mac.

Want to listen to a game in Pittsburgh? Select more...

What's New

Version 2.0.5:
  • Fixed some issues related to Snow Leopard upgrade.
  • Fixed an issue where some users of both Snow Leopard and Leopard would receive an error on launch after installing VideoVangelist before RadioRocker.

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.4 or later

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jazzyguy Member IconComment+3699
jazzyguy
+3

The Codec request thing has been fixed on the new version.The fill cache thing though goes on and on.Great that this is now freeware.The Devealoper did his best with this app and has tried hard to please his registered users.

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Version 2.0.5
Knowhowe Member IconComment+241
Knowhowe
+1

Works great for me on my MBP here in the UK. A real insight into American radio- thanks!

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Version 2.0.5
jazzyguy Member IconComment+3699
jazzyguy
+2

CODECS anyone????? The darn thing keeps asking to install additional codecs no matter how often you have previously installed them. This could drive you bananas!!!

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Version 2.0.4
bhoff Member IconReview+20
bhoff
+2

Sorry, but this app has been worthless since being upgraded to version 2.x. I just did a clean install of Snow Leopard and it still gives the "Filling cache..." message and never connects to a station. The author is completely unresponsive. At this point I'd just like my money back.

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Version 2.0.4
bhoff Member IconComment+20
bhoff
+1

Still does the "Filling cache..." thing forever. The player never starts. I guess it's time to cut my losses and move on.

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Version 2.0.3
jazzyguy Member IconReview+3699
jazzyguy
+4

This is a GREAT application and well worth the money! I especially like the way it does the recording of the station selected. Excellent in every way!

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Version 2.0.1
DJMac317 Member IconComment+3
DJMac317
+0

I've updated RadioRocker to 2.0.1 and recompiiled the engine as a universal binary. Make sure you also install the additional codecs in the Help menu. This enables the streaming engine.

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Version 2.0
misha
+0

Thanks, fixed the crashing issue. If you can add column sorting that will be great :)

bhoff
+0

Hi Rob

Unfortunately, I'm still getting the "Filling Cache..." message and the player never starts.

Bryan

Lensman Member IconComment+4
Lensman
+0

Doesn't work for me on a G5 DP 2GHz running OS X 10.5.7. I get a "Loading ... Filling Cache" message forever for every station I try. Good thing I didn't pay the $10 for this.

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Version 2.0
misha Member IconComment+1791
misha
+0

Tried out 2.0, first time I've checked out this app... first annoying thing: radio stations are only organized by State, and you can't fine tune that list further (by city or region).

Second annoying thing: you can't sort the stations, be it by frequency or call name.

Third annoying thing: when I went to play a station (any station), all I get is "RRMplayer unexpectedly quit."

Hmm..

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Version 2.0
macsolu Member IconReview+163
macsolu
+1

Shoves four "LED" fonts in the main Library/Fonts folder -- you do not have the option of placing them in your own Users/Library/Fonts folder.

After choosing a state you get to see all available radio stations in the primary window. However you CANNOT SORT the various columns! (Codec, Station, Frequency, City, and Genre.) This is a silly omission.

Some stations refused to play -- just no audio at all. I did not test a whole lot of stations.

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Version 1.3.1
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Details

Downloads 5,699
Version Downloads 1,468
License Free
Date 17 Sep 2009
Platform OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
Price Free