RarmaRadio 2.75.6

RarmaRadio is an interesting tool for radio enthusiasts, which allows them to listen to radio stations from all over the world and even record their favorite music or radio shows.

Internet Radio is a not a new invention, but having an easy to use and comprehensive tool for listening to radio stations is definitely something anyone could benefit from.

With RarmaRadio you can easily add or delete radio stations from your list and you can also play stations from other applications by using global hotkeys. Controls are simple and efficient.

The key features of this application are: listening to and recording multiple stations at the same time; displaying covert art and lyrics for each song, when available, and creating a schedule for automatic recording.

When using RarmaRadio, you can record in various formats, such as MP3, WMA and OGG.

Additionally, you can play random station and save tag information to music files, but only if track information is provided by the radio station.

RarmaRadio is powered by a world class radio directory that will satisfy all tastes.

All you need to do in the first place is installing and opening RarmaRadio.

Within minutes, you’ll have access to an extensive radio stations list and you can select the one you are interested and just listen and enjoy!

Changes to RarmaRadio 2.75.6:

- Updated: FLAC problems resolved
- Updated: Changes to encoding in scheduling
- Added: Option toset cover art provder per station
- Added: Discogs to cover art providers
- Fixed: Columns in recording files view
- Fixed: Minor bugs

Full list of changes.

RarmaRadio is your dependable Internet radio application which offers you access to a variety of radio stations and also allows you to record your favorite songs or radio shows. This tool has all the features of a reliable radio application and it can be used by all categories of users, including beginners.
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