Considering a lot of people spend numerous time behind a computer, it makes sense for them to try and make the experience as pleasant as possible. And since music can always lift one’s spirits, you can browse radio stations from all over the world using specialized apps, such as RarmaRadio Portable.
Detects numerous radio stations
Once you access the main window, you can simply specify the genre you are interested in and explore the available stations. Alternatively, you can look for radio channels that are streamed in certain regions and countries.
For each record, you can view a wide range of information, such as full station name, genre, country, type, bitrate and an optional brief comment.
You can add custom stations
If you are not fully pleased with the radio stations provided by RarmaRadio, you can just add your own custom data and connect to a new station.
More specifically, you need to enter the correct name, URL, website genre, country and state, but you can also assign relevant tags or attach the logo (you can load a file from your PC, enter an image URL or check online).
Supports recording tracks
Another useful feature of RarmaRadio is that you can record whatever track impresses you. The app supports several encoders and you can select the one that best suits your necessities: MP3, OGG, AAC, WMA or FLAC.
You can set up a filename pattern so that every time a song is recorded it automatically saves information lie artist and track name (if this data is not available, only the recording date is stored).
RarmaRadio allows you to listen to and record radio stations from around the world. Powered by a world class radio directory it has everything you need for a wonderful listening experience. Recording is available in many formats – including mp3, wma and ogg.
– Listen to and record multiple stations simultaneously
– Create a schedule for automatic recording
– Shows cover art and lyrics for each song
What’s new in RarmaRadio Portable
- Added: Recording from speakers/local devices is back again
- Added: Next and previous buttons to cover art/station logo panel
- Fixed: Minor bugs