Radium ~ Perfect Internet Radio
By CatPig Studios Inc.
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Radium is a beautiful, minimal, easy to use internet radio player. It sits in your menu bar, and it just works.
With 10,000+ stations from all over the world, support for AirPlay streaming, iCloud syncing of favourite stations, premium internet radio services, Last.fm, beautiful album covers, and much more, it's the last internet radio player you'll ever need.
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 3.1.1
Bug fixes! Bug fixes for everyone! Get your bug fixes!
- Fixed error that prevented some users from setting up radio subscriptions
- Fixed an issue that would cause Radium's main window to restore its position incorrectly across app restarts
- Fixed an issue that would sometimes cause Radium to use excessive memory
- Fixed a glitch that would cause double-clicking stations to work incorrectly
- Fixed an issue that would cause Radium Links to not play unless opened while Radium was running
- Fixed crash on startup reported by some users
- General user interface tweaks and fixes
- New app icon! (Just kidding.)
An Evolving Standard With Very Strong Support
If you’re put off by the the low average rating for the current version, please consider this context. Catpig is a very active and supportive developer, and Radium is a rapidly evolving application. There are highs and lows. People seem less than enamored of the current version. I like it fine. But the key thing is — this is an actively supported app that plays just about any radio station you would want to hear. And this is my favorite part: if there is a radio station that’s not in the app, they will add it, through their feedback function, within days. The communication is solid and the follow-through is consistent. Thanks to Radium, I listen to classical music from Moscow and London, while working in the office. It’s fun.
Nice unobtrusive, reliable app to stream all my favorite radio stations in one place.
While trying out the free trial I realized that I was leaving this app on all day long, replacing all the other radio apps that I had tried and quickly abandoned. The floating window that others seem obsessed by can be closed with a single click in the window's corner or on the icon in the menubar. Click once to show the window and make your station selection, click one more time to close it. $9.99 seems a little pricey for what it is, but like I said I tend to leave it on all day long while working, so I'll probably get my money's worth.
Used to be great - Total failure with this update
This application used to be great (despite being a memory hog)… Sadly, the latest update renders it barely usuable at best and actually more of a nuisance. None of the navigation is left or even standard with what is expected from any music player. Please, get back to a descent version and harmonize your players between iOS and OS X, maybe with a dash of beta testing and user acceptence because this release is garbage.
Latest “Bug Fix” did not address any of the concerns posted by most of the users and their support is simply non existent..