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RadioZilla

Download Tracks From Radio Stations Worldwide

$24.95
Mac & PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Windows XP, Vista (x32, x64), 7 (x32, x64), Mac OS X 10.6 and higher
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The problem with downloading music is that you often forget about specific songs that you wanted, so you forget to download them. Then, one day, you hear a song and that's when you remember that you wanted it - and you promptly forget the next time you're near a computer! If only there were a way to instantly download a song playing off of the radio...wait, there is! It's RadioZilla!

RadioZilla lets you listen and download radio station content in just a single click! With RadioZilla, you'll have access to a global network of radio stations offering the best in music, sports, and talk, and it's all yours for the taking! And since everything is digital, every track you download will contain valuable info including the title, stream name, stream type, bitrate, even album art.

Just wait, it gets even better! RadioZilla is so good, you can even elect to record a song in the middle of the song's playback, and RadioZilla will still be able to capture the full track! Plus, each track you download is saved in its own separate file!

This promotion includes the following:
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Mac Download ($24.95)
Review Written by Derek Lee
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MATT FALKENSTEIN OK........... not sure I get it............ is this done while listening to radio on your iPhone, or Macbook or from an automobile radio?
Aug 13 2011 at 7:41am Copy Link
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Patrick Yancey I haven't seen much in the way of a Radio player and music downloader for the Macintosh, so I thought I'd give this a try on my MacBook. It's a pretty decent product. It would be even better if it worked with the social radio stations such as Pandora or Last.fm. Great product though and I'll buy when it's up on sale.
Aug 14 2011 at 6:14pm Copy Link
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Software Guy Radiozilla uses a preset list of available stations listed by call sign or genre. At the start of each song, it records a temp file complete with the title. If you like the song, hit the record button anytime during the play and you instantly have a recording of the song from the beginning to the end in mp3 format. There is also an automatic setting which will quickly give you a complete library of music. Does it violate DRM? Probably not, as the files appear as the song is played, so they are probably resampled from the analog output of the sound card. Try it and you will like it. Great for teenagers. Good for playback on a mp3 player. If you are an audiophile you will still want to buy the high quality CD of your favorite songs. It is a per user (non-concurrent use) license. Great fun software...
Aug 15 2011 at 7:38pm Copy Link
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Jason Howard Finding user reviews and comments on this product a bit scarce? As a new program it was offered on GOTD a few weeks ago. Comments and suggestions from July 25 have been posted @ http://www.giveawayofthed...adiozilla/
Aug 16 2011 at 2:11am Copy Link
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A. Goyal TapinRadio is a powerful FREE alternative with capability to add your own stations to the list and comes with predefined 38 Indian Radio stations for those interested in Bollywood music.
Aug 16 2011 at 5:34am Copy Link
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Mike Carlson I can't seem to make it work. It just sits there and says ready.
Aug 16 2011 at 4:03pm Copy Link
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Mary Wilson Downloading this and forcing this to run on my system was hard as my Norton does not like it. Even though it did not like it, I did get it to run. I tried testing the program out by listening and found the music that came threw the program was not the best of quality. When I tried to record, I could not tell if it worked as I can not save anything. They have this feature disabled and only can try this out one you purchase the program. I also found out that they did not categorize very well alot of the sections. For example there was many stations that is not classical they list, but have nothing in. Many of the stations that are listed in the classical section are not really classical. Think of the Bach as classical but not Air Supply. That is easy listening. Might or might not be a good program, but it is to hard to tell which means I will not be purchasing it.
Aug 16 2011 at 6:11pm Copy Link
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Evert Wandelaar It seems to me the sound comes through strong and open, without compression and in it's full force.
I like it.
Aug 19 2011 at 10:45am Copy Link
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Evert Wandelaar No further development it seems, no responce from the developer. The program is promising but underdeveloped, that's a pitty.
However for those who would like to take a look at it, it became freeware.
Oct 6 2011 at 2:37am Copy Link
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