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.
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What's New in Version 3.1.2
Album art is back!
Fixed remote speaker connectivity issues reported by some users.
I’m new to being a Mac user, and new to Radium. I like having internet radio in the menu bar, but I can see why users have commented on preferring the app to operate with a menu UI instead of the new breakaway method (even though I’ve not seen it). I’d prefer it that way too, but I’m fine with the way it is. I’ve noticed if you position the pop-up right under the Radium icon on the menu bar, it remembers its’ position — sort of like a menu. Only an issue when those menu bar icons shift around after a restart...
Really liking the Wish List and how you can see the price for a track in the iTunes store. Album art in the Notification Center is a nice touch as well. I wish it had TuneIn as one of the service options as TuneIn doesn’t offer a Mac app. I initially installed the trial, but after 5 minutes of using it, I purchased the app :-)
Please just go back to the old style
This used to be my favorite radio app. I loved it because it was unobtrusive and easy to use. Please just bring back the old version.
What did you do to the poor thing?
Just updated this previously wonderful program, and without warning everything has changed. The pulldown menu is no longer in the menubar but is a separate miniwindow. Of course I can live with that, but what I can’t live with is that there seems to be no preset/favorites function any more. Just a window categories of radio programming that you can click on, preselected for you more or less like the comparable function in iTunes. Have all my presets disappeared? Is the function even in the app any more? If not, it’s really transformed itself into something significantly less useful. I have prowled the settings for anything that will allow me to restore previous functionality, but there’s nothing there. More astonishing, there’s no help feature (just a “tips and tricks” link that loads a Word file!) and no indication anywhere of what has changed, or how to access seemingly deleted features. For shame!
(Thanks to Time Machine, I have gone back to the earlier version successfully — mentioned in case anyone else wishes to do this.)
Update: As of version 3.1.2 I continue to be so disappointed that the developers have changed everything about this app for no apparent reason, and there is no sign that I can see of them returning it to what it once was: a functional, unobtrusive menubar app that did what it did very well, and got out of your way. I still use the earlier version, but of course someday it won’t work any more. Please, CatPig, please: restore the previous functionality and unobtrusiveness of this once great Mac app!