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Radioshift brings 50,000 stations to Macs

updated 05:30 pm EDT, Mon September 24, 2007

Radioshift for Mac

Rogue Amoeba today released Radioshift, an application that automatically records internet and AM/FM radio for later listening. The software allows users to explore and listen to more than 50,000 radio listings from around the world, and supports subscribing to as well as recording any radio program. Radioshift works with RealAudio, Windows Media, QuickTime, and MP3 streams and includes a built-in Radio Guide to help browse the mass of radio listings. "With a single click, audio can be subscribed to right from the guide. The audio will then be automatically recorded whenever it airs, with no difficult setup required. Radioshift records in the background and has audio ready for listening at any time." Radioshift is priced at $32 and requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later.

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