RadioLover
RadioLover
1.6

4.3

RadioLover free download for Mac

RadioLover

1.6
17 October 2007

Convert streaming audio into MP3's.

Overview

RadioLover can record your favourite Internet radio streams as separate songs, saving them to your hard drive or iPod. Features include:
  • Record Internet radio streams as individual MP3 songs
  • Schedule recordings of your favourite shows
  • Record multiple radio streams at the same time
  • Import radio streams from the Web and iTunes Radio Tuner
  • Split and organise recordings by song, time, or size
  • Automatically save, file and tag MP3s
  • Experience a new look'n'feel

What's new in RadioLover

Version 1.6:
  • Fixed an issue where sometimes previewing a station in iTunes would fail
  • Miscellaneous internal fixes

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Anonymous
03 August 2005

Most helpful

Hot damn. I was looking for a way to podcast Soma.FM's great stations to listen to on the road... this little app is going to help me accomplish just that. The default settings are a bit off... fix them and be prepared to enjoy commercial-free radio. Don't forget to support the stations! Donate!
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Version 1.4v76
mprove
25 February 2018
It was a nice app. But years 2018+ are no longer supported for scheduled recordings.
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Version 1.6
Robk
27 July 2010
For a great FREE alternative, see StreamRipStar. StreamRipStar is JAVA based so it is not as pretty, But it does rip multiple streams, auto splits music and auto tags songs. It uses the great streamripper Open Source ripping engine.
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Version 1.6
Daniel-Payne
24 November 2009
Just installed RadioLover 1.6 and started recording on my iMac however each song is only 4KB! What is wrong? I sent a report to the company site, any help is appreciated.
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Version 1.6
Samuelchang
13 July 2009
It has been long time since last Up-Date, But still GREAT! You are required some 'Fine Setting' for each stream. After that you can enjoy Auto Drive forever. It makes small folder after transporting to iTunes, and use little bit memory. (MacBookPro3,1/2.4GHz/4GB/OSX10.5.7 On my Mac, It use nearly 600MB! after non-stop running 24hs) Still I'm looking there Developper's improve. (Especially this Memory Eater!)
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Version 1.6 build 420
vampyren
30 December 2007
I have used streamripper and was very pleased with it even though there are a few crashes now and then. Was looking for a similar program when i found this program which is a streamripper in a new shape so to say. I tested it for 20 min or so and decided to buy it since the price is reasonable. I have now used it for a few dats now and been streaming and playing with the program without any crash and must say this is much better then the streamripper for winamp. More stable, better options and looks great. I really can recommend it. Only thing i miss in the options is the "incomplete" folder can not be change. It will create it in every folder which is a bit unnecessary.
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Version 1.6 build 420
Anonymous
03 August 2005
Hot damn. I was looking for a way to podcast Soma.FM's great stations to listen to on the road... this little app is going to help me accomplish just that. The default settings are a bit off... fix them and be prepared to enjoy commercial-free radio. Don't forget to support the stations! Donate!
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Version 1.4v76
Anonymous
06 June 2005
I have been using this program for a long time now and I must say it's the best in its league. Definetely worth the buy.
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Version 1.4v73
Anonymous
24 March 2005
I like this one, its getting better and better.
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Version 1.3 (v69)
Julien Letessier
27 January 2005
This program is a shameless (and illegal) attempt at making money from free software. It uses the codebase from StreamRipper, an open-source GPL application. Besides, the program's ergonomy, or lack thereof, makes it a pain to use. The user interface complies with no standard and has a lot of bugs (e.g. you can't save in the "profiles" dialog, which is BTW not accessible from the menubar). Nevertheless, it does offer the features present in StreamRipper, only in a more limited fashion (because of the limited UI). It doesn't crash but generally streams just don't start... iTunes integration isn't always *the* way to go!
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Version 1.3 (v66)
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Anonymous
Anonymous
16 February 2005
AFAIK, it's also written by StreamRipper's author.
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Version 1.3 (v67)
Anonymous
Anonymous
22 April 2005
StreamRipperX is/was a Mac OS X version of StreamRipper (a Unix program) by another author and this StreamRipper is GPL licensed. StreamRipperX uses also another GPL-licensed piece of software (MAD, a MPEG audio decoder). Which means that if Radiolover is similar enough to StreamRipperX that it still uses Streamripper and MAD under the hood, selling Radiolover as shareware would be plainly illegal. URLs: http://sourceforge.net/projects/mad http://sourceforge.net/projects/streamripper http://sourceforge.net/projects/streamripperx
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Version 1.3 (v69)
Anonymous
Anonymous
23 April 2005
StreamRipperX was writting by this guy, but he had to change the name to RadioLover for some reason or another. StreamRipperX is still free, go use it and stop complaining. And try doing a little research before you complain.
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Version 1.3v70
Anonymous
Anonymous
23 April 2005
Looks to me like he did his research.
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Version 1.3v70
Anonymous
Anonymous
06 August 2005
Except no one researched what the GPL actually means when it refers to "free software". Here's a quote from the preamble to the GNU General Public License, straight from their webpage: "When we speak of free software, we are referring to freedom, not price. Our General Public Licenses are designed to make sure that you have the freedom to distribute copies of free software (and charge for this service if you wish), that you receive source code or can get it if you want it, that you can change the software or use pieces of it in new free programs; and that you know you can do these things."
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Version 1.4v76
funnellpd
18 December 2004
I've been using RadioLover for 3 months with no problems. Does what I need and is updated often. Good response to bugs - a crash bug I reported was fixed in the next revision. I've asked the developer to add reordering of items in a recording schedule and to add control over folder and file naming per schedule item. No response yet, but here's hoping…
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Version 1.3 (v66)
$15.00

4.3

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
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