RaimaRadio

RaimaRadio 1.45

Listen to and record radio stations from around the world

RaimaRadio looks quite promising at the beginning, with a nicely designed interface and lots of radio stations to choose from. The problem is that many of them aren't working. I tried as many genres as I could and I always got some unavailable channels. Well, maybe today isn't my lucky day. View full description

PROS

  • Users can add their own radio stations
  • Records streams to MP3 files

CONS

  • Many radio stations are unavailable

Not bad
6

RaimaRadio looks quite promising at the beginning, with a nicely designed interface and lots of radio stations to choose from. The problem is that many of them aren't working. I tried as many genres as I could and I always got some unavailable channels. Well, maybe today isn't my lucky day.

As I said before, the program features a nice interface, although it only works at its best when it's maximized. If not, windows and boxes don't resize properly and information overlaps.

On the upside, the program enables you to add your own favourite radio stations (so you'll be sure they'll work) and supports stream recording right to MP3 files.

RaimaRadio brings Internet Radio to life. While listening to your favorite radio station you can record it anytime you want. Browse through the radio stations or just select a random station and enjoy Internet radio!

You have total control over your radio stations allowing you to add or delete a station anytime you want. Need to play a station from another applicaton then just enable global hotkeys and control it anytime.

If you need to listen to or record a station at a certain time then you can. Just schedule it, sit back and relax. It will also show album art and station logos where available.

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RaimaRadio 1.45

User reviews about RaimaRadio

  • bmagigr

    by bmagigr

    "Very good Program"

    I try many radio programs It is one of the best Support many networks international thousands station (but Not work all)... More.

    reviewed on March 26, 2011