Quick Look: Radium Internet Radio
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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Radium. The developer describes Radium as an internet radio player that’s designed from the ground up to be simple, intuitive, and lightweight. With its powerful search, thousands of supported stations (including Sirius/XM and DI.fm/Sky.fm Premium), and the ability to add your own streams, Radium will change the way you listen to internet radio.

Read on for more information and screenshots!

Screenshots

Radium in the Menu Bar

Radium in the Menu Bar

About the App

Here are the top five features you can expect to see in the latest version:

  • Simplicity – minimalistic, intuitive UI that doesn’t get in the way
  • Powerful search – search by name, genre, location, frequency
  • Keyboard shortcuts – for all essential controls
  • Favorites – never lose you favorite station again
  • Many stations – networks from around the world, updated automatically

Requirements: Mac OS 10.5 or later

Price: $16

Developer:: CatPig Studios Inc.

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  • I purchased this a few weeks back and the developers have been busy updating.
    I emailed requesting the add a station and within a couple of days it was there along with the ability to add your own.

    This is a great app!

  • Looks interesting! Wish there was an option to record though, like in Snowtape. That would make me buy it in an instant.

  • We will add recording as soon as we figure out how to make it simple and useful for the majority of our customers. We have not seen recording done in a way that doesn’t require a lot of work from the user yet.

  • Curious if the software *currently* does anything more than iTunes’ internet radio?

    The ability to “record” would obviously be pretty cool.

    • Yeah!

      It has many more stations than iTunes, lets you add your own stations from URL (and it can connect to streams that iTunes can’t connect to at all), has support for Sirius/XM, DI.fm Premium, and any other kind of “members only” radio you’d like to have, lets you bookmark your favorite channels, and the search feature gives better results than that of iTunes. It also downloads new radio stations automatically without requiring to update the app every time.

      And there’s lots more coming. So much more! Please contact us if you have any more questions =)

      • Hi there,

        what about Accuradio.com? They use some sort of their own web player, but it Radium could play and browse/search their stations, I’d buy it this instant.

  • Im just saying, but this company has the BEST support and dev ever.

  • Hi Jan,

    Accuradio is actually on our list. Not to worry =)

    CatPig Team.

  • Just started using this and it really is fantastic. Record facility still not available as far as I can see though, and would be the icing on the cake.