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Radioshift 1.5 Has Arrived

Radioshift IconToday we’re happy to be shipping the newest update to Radioshift, our popular tool for playing and recording internet radio. Radioshift last saw an update way back in May, but we’ve been hard at work on a major update, and it’s finally arrived. If you’re already using Radioshift (and you’re on Mac OS X 10.5 or Mac OS X 10.6), you can update immediately by choosing Check For Update from the Radioshift menu, or click to download from our site.

For this update, we’ve focused on improving many different aspects of Radioshift. To start, Radioshift now supports thousands of new streams which were previously only available via web-based players, including some of the world’s most popular streaming stations. In addition, Radioshift now better supports hundreds of other streams in the Windows Media Pro and QuickTime formats.

We’ve worked to improve Radioshift’s reliability as well. With version 1.5, when errors are detected with a stream, Radioshift will attempt to get the stream playing again by restarting it. It will also attempt to load backup streams when available. Even with less reliable streams, Radioshift will be working to make sure you get your audio, automatically.

There are plenty of other updates in Radioshift 1.5, from an improved interface to support for transmitting its audio via Airfoil, and much more. Best of all, all of this is entirely free for owners of Radioshift. So if you already use Radioshift, update now!

If you’ve never used it, try Radioshift free, today! Even if you’ve tried it before and didn’t purchase, Radioshift 1.5 is worth a second look. Visit the Radioshift page for more information on our great internet radio player and recorder, or just click to download now.

3 Responses to “Radioshift 1.5 Has Arrived”

  1. Adam Woeger says:

    Sound great! Thanks for the update. Just what I was looking for. I appreciate all of your hard work.


  2. Carlos says:

    Muchas Gracias!


  3. RobertoH. says:

    Great release! Now I can listen to some of radio stations that I couldn’t in the past. Now, you guys need to work on getting a mini-player so that the Radioshift doesn’t take-up too much screen real estate.


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