Radio Gaga
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Internet radio multi-recorder with 10,000+ stations.   Shareware ($39.99)
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Radio Gaga is the ultimate Internet radio multi-recorder. Listen to 10,000+ Internet radio stations.

The world of Internet radio is vast and eclectic. With an endless number of radio stations streaming music, you can listen to just about anything you want. Radio Gaga contains an automatically updated directory of 10,000+ radio stations from around the world, separated into genres, so you can easily find the stations you want to listen to.

Multi-record dozens of radio stations simultaneously
Radio Gaga is the ultimate Mac program for not only listening to
What's New
Version 1.0.3:
  • Offers better compatibility with some Web radios and addresses a number of other minor issues.
Requirements
  • Intel/PPC
  • Mac OS X 10.5 or later
  • 1.8GHz processor or faster
  • 1GB of RAM
  • Internet connection


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Radio Gaga User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 1.x:
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Nimai_pandit reviewed on 06 Nov 2012
I've never seen anything like this. I try to open this radio gaga one day and can't enter the serial number. Then a few days later tried again. After searching I found this and many disappointed comments. How can this happen? You suddenly can't even use the app any more?

Again, I've never seen this kind of thing before. Very disappointing.
[Version 1.0.3]


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Katbel reviewed on 20 Jul 2012
I bought the app twice (one was a gift) and now we can't use it . There is no website with some kind of explanations. Nothing
This is not fair, this is stealing money! How would like to know how many people they ripped off.
[Version 1.0.3]


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Mredrup reviewed on 16 Jan 2012
I too paid for this. I suppose like France the developer has gone bankrupt and has his credit rating reduced.
[Version 1.0.3]


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visbat reviewed on 28 Nov 2011
The owner of Radio Gaga is a Mr. Laurent Marteau in France. His direct email address is lmarteau@transeo.com

I am also pissed. I paid for this service and it is just gone.
[Version 1.0.3]

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Hervaro replied on 06 Dec 2011
Yes, let's hope the developer has a VERY good reason for dissapearing and leaving his customers bereft (betheft?); otherwise he might have to confront some very harsh future lives (if not the rest of his actual one).
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Katbel replied on 20 Jul 2012
Laurent Marteau is the CEO and founder of Intego
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intego
If they are the same person it 's really bad. I bought two
one for myself and one for my sister.
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Bordsenius reviewed on 10 Nov 2011
The app has been discontinued, and even if you have payed for it you cannot use it all of a sudden. Excellent customer service!
[Version 1.0.3]


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Hazzgard reviewed on 06 Nov 2011
Really crap app. I didn't use often and now I can just throw it to the trash can !
[Version 1.0.3]


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Enlight reviewed on 29 Oct 2011
Well it was a great app, the developer could at least of tired to sell the program.
[Version 1.0.3]


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andy94 reviewed on 21 Oct 2011
Unbelievable, it seems RadioGaga simply doesn't exist anymore. No warning, no information, no refund, nothing. Can't treat customers this way.
[Version 1.0.3]


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Macraidercast reviewed on 18 Oct 2011
The service is down. Not anymore a web page, no server, nothing. Not the best way to treat customers. Was expensive enough and I bought 3 licenses
[Version 1.0.3]


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Joel Garza reviewed on 10 Oct 2011
No server. No site. I can seem to still add stations manually. I was planning on clearing up and reloading my Mac Mini...looks like that will be the end of Radio Gaga without being able to activate the software license.
[Version 1.0.3]

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Jfm replied on 13 Oct 2011
Indeed, it is really shocking: the website does no longer exist and redirects to a page of advertisements. People like me who paid for a license are just left with a piece of software that does no longer work. I can understand that some businesses sometimes go bankrupt: but at least, the developer could provide some explanation on MacUpdate. And since the domain name's owner is made anonymous through a Whois Protection Service, it is just impossible to know his identity.
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Robertcoogan had trouble on 27 May 2010
I have tried to add a new radio station and it won't accept it (it was somafm's Secret Agent). somafm's Groove Salad is already in Radio Gaga, but for some reason the app won't accept Secret Agent. I tried adding several other somfm stations, and it won't accept them either. I tried adding all of the different types of links to the stations that somafm provides on it's website, but no joy.

This would be a great app if it weren't for that one problem. It's a bit restrictive to limit a user to preset stations without the ability to add more on their own, I hope that this is just a bug with this release. I will stick with iNet Stream Archiver for now.

On a side note...users also cannot delete (or reset) any of the information in the most listened to radios list. It would be great if this was customizable, it would provide a quick reference list of custom stations without having to create a radio list for each.
[Version 1.0.3]

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Davide Barranca replied on 21 Jul 2010
I had the same SomaFM problem (can't add them). Strangely enough, some of the SomaFM radios already are in the RadioGaga list (under different genres), but I wasn't be able to find SecretAgent.
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Davide Barranca replied on 21 Jul 2010
UPDATE: Drag & Drop from iTunes works flawlessy!!
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Jazzyguy had trouble on 02 Jan 2010
Same thing! Can't connect to the server and can't reach the developer!
[Version 1.0.2]


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Eduardb had trouble on 02 Jan 2010
DONT BUY THIS SOFTWARE!!!!

The programma is nice, but your bought registration key is not accepted, because the server that should check it, is out of order!!!

So, you give out 22 euro for nothing...., because when the key isn't accepted, the programm won't work...
[Version 1.0.2]


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George Baron had trouble on 09 Aug 2009
I paid for this thing; however, I'm unable to get any download list in the "Pop" genre. I get the other genres I'm interested in. Every time I try the "Pop genre I get, "Radio Gaga could not receive information from the radio list server." I've tried morning, noon and night-is there a problem???
[Version 1.0.2]

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Codethought commented on 31 Dec 2009
I'm also having the error:

"Radio Gaga could not receive information from the radio list server. The radio list server is required to retrieve the list of available Internet radios. The server may be busy at the moment."

Been going on for a couple of days now.. :|
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Dcannis commented on 31 Dec 2009
I'm having the same error.
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Nlcluigi replied on 01 Jan 2010
Me too.
I get the "radio gaga could not receive information from the radio list server"
But no email or some sort of info from the company. It is not normal.
So .. please advise and be more open.
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jazzyguy had trouble on 13 Jul 2009
I Solved the problem on my own of not getting the stations to play. Here is the solution: It is SIMPLE! If you have Glimmer Blocker as I do go to the first pane and DEACTIVATE it (Just so you can use Radio GAGA you can reactivate it later) ALL stations will now play!
[Version 1.0]

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rstcologne commented on 14 Jul 2009
Thanks a lot. I can confirm that deactivating Glimmer Blocker will solve the problem!
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kpe replied on 14 Jul 2009
Thanks!!! That was my problem, too. Works fine now.
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Still_Sparkling replied on 16 Jul 2009
Good catch, Jazz! Thanks for the follow-up.
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kpe replied on 07 Aug 2009
With the 1.0.2 update, for me, it is no longer necessary to deactivate GlimmerBlocker.
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Ian Herman had trouble on 12 Jul 2009
Works fine, but it won't export to itunes, which is the main reason I purchased it. It just hangs endlessly saying "Exporting tracks to iTunes". Wrote to support and they were no help. Told me I had to make sure iTunes was launching??? I'm not an idiot.
[Version 1.0]



Physhbourne rated on 13 Sep 2012

[Version 1.0.3]



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Mistertoad17 rated on 06 May 2012

[Version 1.0.3]



Gsessa rated on 17 Apr 2012

[Version 1.0.3]



Bill-Brady rated on 30 Mar 2012

[Version 1.0.3]



Mirron rated on 28 Mar 2012

[Version 1.0.3]



+4

Blue4miles rated on 28 Mar 2012

[Version 1.0.3]



Daniele Concato rated on 19 Feb 2012

[Version 1.0.3]



Craigforster rated on 14 Dec 2011

[Version 1.0.3]



Adelberger rated on 05 Dec 2011

[Version 1.0.3]



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Infosec rated on 03 Dec 2011

[Version 1.0.3]


Downloads:25,512
Version Downloads:6,489
Type:Home Personal : Music
License:Shareware
Date:26 May 2010
Platform:PPC 64 / PPC 32 / Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $39.99
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Radio Gaga is the ultimate Internet radio multi-recorder. Listen to 10,000+ Internet radio stations.

The world of Internet radio is vast and eclectic. With an endless number of radio stations streaming music, you can listen to just about anything you want. Radio Gaga contains an automatically updated directory of 10,000+ radio stations from around the world, separated into genres, so you can easily find the stations you want to listen to.

Multi-record dozens of radio stations simultaneously
Radio Gaga is the ultimate Mac program for not only listening to Internet radio stations, but also for multi-recording them. Radio Gaga can multi-record as many streams as your bandwidth allows, and save the resulting songs in MP3 format, trimmed and tagged for export to iTunes (of course, without DRM). Radio Gaga even has filters, so you can record only the music you like and ignore the rest.

Record when you're away; listen when you're home
Listening is one thing, but you're not always available when the programs or music you like are on. You can use Radio Gaga's schedule feature to set up one-off or regular recording sessions, so you can listen when you want. You can even set up multiple recording sessions, for as many streams and at as many times as you want. The only limits are your bandwidth and your hard disk space. Radio Gaga saves the resulting recordings in its Tracks library where you can sort your music, listen to it, and export it to your iTunes library with a single click.

Stay in control
Listen to radios and recorded tracks on your Mac, and keep Radio Gaga out of the way. Use the program's mini-controller to control playback and volume. It floats above your other windows so the controls are always a click away.

A world of choice
Radio Gaga finds radio stations from around the world, and separates them into genres, helping you find the stations you want to listen to. With 27 genres (rock, dance, folk, metal, pop, classical, jazz, alternative, ambient and much more), and over 10,000 radio stations, you'll never need to listen to silence again. Its directory is automatically updated, so you always have the largest selection of Internet radio stations possible.

Add more radio stations
If you know of a radio station that's not in our automatically-updated library of 10,000+ Internet radio stations, add it yourself. Make sure to submit it to the Radio Gaga team so we can add it to our directory of stations. add new radios

Save songs and fill your iTunes library
Radio Gaga doesn't just record music and save it in anonymous files. Radio Gaga splits the recordings into tracks, and - depending on the program information provided by the radio stations you record - tags the songs and adds them to your Radio Gaga library. Select the songs you want to keep and one click adds them to iTunes so you can put them on your iPod.

Please Note Radio Gaga can be installed and used on up to 3 Macs concurrently. If you want to install it on more Macs, you must first Deauthorize one of the installations you have already made (which can be done from within the application).


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