Radium ~ Perfect Internet Radio
By CatPig Studios Inc.
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Introducing Radium for Mac, the most beautiful and intuitive internet radio player you’ll ever use. Find stations in real time by name, genre or region, and tune in to your favorite radios with a single click.
Radium’s 20,000+ high quality stations, Equalizer, and built-in Wish List make listening to your favorite radio a breeze.
Discover new music
• Find new stations by name, genre, region, or any combination
• Love the playing track? Add it to your Wish List with a single click
• Quickly find what you feel like listening to by skimming through your stations' icons
Easily organize your favorite stations
• Click any station’s "+"/"x" icon to add/remove it from your favorites
• Click any station’s icon to change it
• To reorder your favorite stations, drag any station and drop it in its new place
Forget about the Settings
• Let Radium’s “Auto” mode select the best-sounding equalizer preset for each station
• Think another preset sounds better? Select it, and Radium will remember it for next time
• Let iCloud automatically sync your favorite stations, subscriptions, and wish list across all your devices. (Including Radium for iPhone!)
Share your favorite tunes
• Share a track you love on Twitter or Last.fm
• Generate a Radium link with one click and send it to a friend as simple text
Access your favorite subscriptions
• Radium supports many popular internet radio services, including Digitally Imported, CalmRadio, SiriusXM, and many more
Can't find your station? Send us an email and we'll add it in a jiffy. And don't forget to try the FREE iOS version!
Say hello: http://catpigstudios.com
What's New in Version 3.1.3
Fixed an issue that prevented some users from activating premium subscriptions.
Great app to use with SiriusXM Internet Radio
I was looking for a desktop app to listen to SiriusXM Internet Radio and this one does the trick. I like that I can just use this app for that purpose instead of having to open my web browser (note that a subscription to SiriusXM is still required). Two features that would make this app even more awesome is if you could have a button to play the current song from the beginning as well as a 'Live' button to immediately synch back to the live stream at any time -- both of which are available on the SiriusXM web player and iOS app. I don't know if this is something third-party developers have access to, though. Some tabletop internet radios with SiriusXM support (from manufactures such as Marantz and Grace Digital), I believe have these functions, so it might be possible for Radium to incorporate them as well. The developers at CatPig Studios should definitely look into this!
Used to be a Great App - Now an Unusable UI :(
I used to love this app and supported it when it very first came out. I was a Beta tester back then. The user interface has now changed into somethng unusably abhorrent. Example: Perhaps the thing you do most with your radio app is pause and play the stream? Well you can not do that with your mouse in this release (darned if I can find that if it exists) . You apparently must assign a user key and use that - meanwhile the ghost of Steve Jobs had to be … SHOULD BE haunting these people. Click on the app icon and you must then click through a fancy user screen that looks like an album cover identifying the staton you are listening. I KNOW the station I am listening to thank you - I am listening to it. I’d like to pause it because the phone rang thank you very much. :(
A program that used to be great but sadly can no longer recommend.
Beats the SiriusXM web player
I’m finding it works well, so my experience isn’t reflected in some of the reviews. The app is simple and effective. I was able to enter my SiriusXM credentials and start streaming within minutes. It is quicker and easier to start than the SiriusXM web player, and it doesn’t get lost among all my browser windows during the day.
I guess I don’t need much — launch, connect, play/pause, quit — so I’m not missing anything with the minimal UI. Frankly, this is exactly the level of complexity I was hoping to find: something I could turn on and off as easily as a radio and have it just start playing music without needing lots of clicking and fiddling. This does that. I’m happy.