World Radio
World Radio
2.1

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World Radio free download for Mac

World Radio

2.1
24 December 2013

Internet radio player.

Overview

World Radio is an Internet radio player application that runs in the menubar and provides access to over 7,000 radio stations from around the world. Stations can be searched by title, genre and geographical location. Song information can be displayed as a "Growl messages" (requires Growl) or as text in the menubar.

It's easy to add your own stations and share them with other World Radio users.

What's new in World Radio

Version 2.1:
  • Minor bug fixes

3 World Radio Reviews

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Lee123
21 March 2011

Most helpful

I am looking for a new radio app and I would buy this one Except. There is no way to try it out first? I tried the beta and found it less pleasing than Radium. Now that there has been new development I would like to give it another go and maybe purchase. Nope not the case. I have no way to try the app and I am certainly not going to plunk down money on something that I have not tried for myself. I do not care what all the reviews in the world say, unless I use it for myself it is not good.
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Version 1.1
Timelawd
21 December 2011
I use Radioline (available on App Store for 3,99 €).
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Version 1.8
1 answer(s)
Big Johnson
Big Johnson
12 September 2014
So?
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Mac5
17 September 2011
I use Radium, and find it to be excellent. I would however like to see countries listed in the menu to make it a little easier searching for a suitable radio stations Having a search box is ok, but listing countries that are available to tune into would be nice.
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Version 1.7
Lee123
21 March 2011
I am looking for a new radio app and I would buy this one Except. There is no way to try it out first? I tried the beta and found it less pleasing than Radium. Now that there has been new development I would like to give it another go and maybe purchase. Nope not the case. I have no way to try the app and I am certainly not going to plunk down money on something that I have not tried for myself. I do not care what all the reviews in the world say, unless I use it for myself it is not good.
Like (3)
Version 1.1
4 answer(s)
Catpig-Studios-Inc-
Catpig-Studios-Inc-
28 March 2011
Is there anything missing from Radium that you would like us to add?
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Lee123
Lee123
28 March 2011
Well since it has been a couple of months and I can not remember why I decided to stick with Radium and since there is no trial app there is no way to find out if your app would work better for me now. This apparently is the trend these days though so no hard feelings towards your app in particular. It is nice to see a responsive developer though.
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Lee123
Lee123
01 April 2011
Hey Cool, Went to the web site some days later and there is a trial version. Downloading it now to see if it plays my favorite station without the stutter that happens with my other radio player. Thanks for the demo.
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Big Johnson
Big Johnson
12 January 2012
Lee123, are you aware that you may not need another app to play your favorite station? Once you get the station's URL, you can probably add it to your preferred music player, be it Winamp (on PC) or iTunes (on Mac). I used to use SnowTape to listen to radio stations on my Mac, but I added the stations to iTunes and use it now.
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App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • OS X 10.8.0 or later
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