WorldRadio Widget
WorldRadio Widget
1.3b2

5.0

WorldRadio Widget free download for Mac

WorldRadio Widget

1.3b2
05 July 2008

Listen to your favorite webradio.

Overview

WorldRadio Widget... Listen to your favorite webradio with the WRW - WorldRadio Widget. Supports the most common formats of streaming like asx, asf, wax, mp3, pls, m3u, mov, rm and ram. The player has ten memory buttons to quickly access yours top 10 radios. The widget currently has available more than 900 radios from 47 countries.

What's new in WorldRadio Widget

Version 1.3-beta2:
  • fixed the bug in verification of the function Play the radio automatically when selected;
  • fixed the bug in verification of the function Show streaming metadata (if available);
  • fixed bug in detection of the Flip4Mac's plugin. Although this plugin is not used directly by widget, it is necessary so that the QuickTime can reproduce streamings in format WMP.

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4 WorldRadio Widget Reviews

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Gods-clown
29 August 2007

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Works great, except it does not keep the radios added when you make it in an application with Amnesty Singles. Although with Wcode, I edited the widget contained in the now WorldRadio.app and added my radio stations, now it works perfectly :-) I prefer it to use QuickTime which is more processor hungry. Thanks
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Version 1.0b
Aljuk
04 October 2007
It looks VERY pretty, but drops its streaming constantly. In direct comparisons with FStream and iTunes (which both functioned perfectly and didn't even rebuffer) it was unlistenable.
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Version 1.1.4
mac-34
02 October 2007
works great replaced all other radio widgets
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Version 1.1.4
Leoofborg
02 October 2007
Seems like a good idea, but all of the Japanese radio stations *crash* the widget.
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Version 1.1.4
Gods-clown
29 August 2007
Works great, except it does not keep the radios added when you make it in an application with Amnesty Singles. Although with Wcode, I edited the widget contained in the now WorldRadio.app and added my radio stations, now it works perfectly :-) I prefer it to use QuickTime which is more processor hungry. Thanks
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Version 1.0b
1 answer(s)
Gods-clown
Gods-clown
03 September 2007
My excuses to the developer. I updated Amnesty Singles to the last version which allows to have the info panel in the converted WorldRadio.app; therefore we can add radio streams in the WorldRadio.app as we can do in the widget. (troubleshooting my face which is overblushing right now ;-) )
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Version 1.0b