Radio Sure Streams And Records 12,000 Radio Stations

Windows only: Pared-down portable application Radio Sure streams and records more than 12,000 channels of music and other radio feeds. If you can't find something to listen to, you're probably not looking hard enough.

The interface of Radio Sure is straightforward, if a bit cluttered. It starts with a master list of radio stations and a search box to narrow down the stations by genre, country, language, and other name. At the bottom of the window are some basic controls for playing and recording the streams, as well as information about the song if it's embedded in the source. If you have your own favourite means of streaming radio wherever you are, share in the comments below.

Radio Sure [Download Squad]


Comments

    It's not too bad there is not a Linux version, it's a disgrace there is no Linux version. Why are we, Linux lovers, always being discriminated?
    Come on, and also make a Linux version. Please!
    Thank you.

    DeMus,

    I usually don't attack other people on the net, but your comment was one of the most stupid I read in a long while.

    So stop whining and use WINE to run RadioSure on Linux. If you don't like that, search for a different program or write your own.

      Radiosure does kinda work in Ubuntu 9.04 with Wine.

      Problem is only a few stations will play, everything else is "cannot connect" even stations I know will connect in Vista.

      I have no clue hot to fix this.

    I have PCLinuxOS2010.12 Gnome and with WINE this program works perfectly with a little attention. I get nearly 200 classical stations alone with great sound.

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