Internet Radio App Shortwave 2.0.0 Released with Mini Player Mode

Shortwave, free and open-source internet radio player for Gnome, released version 2.0.0 today. The new release introduces a mini player mode. It is a super compact window widget with a few control buttons, and displays the current radio station and playing song name. Other changes in Shortwave 2.0.0 include: Show system notification when start playing… Continue reading Internet Radio App Shortwave 2.0.0 Released with Mini Player Mode

Internet Radio Player Shortwave 1.0 Released (Howto Install)

Shortwave, an internet radio player desktop application for Linux, released its first stable version 1.0 today. Here’s how to install it in Ubuntu 18.04 and higher. Shortwave is a new desktop radio app for Linux built with Rust. It provides access to a station database with over 25,000 stations. It features: Create your own library… Continue reading Internet Radio Player Shortwave 1.0 Released (Howto Install)

PyRadio – Command Line Internet Radio Player for Ubuntu

PyRadio is an open-source curses based internet radio player that runs in command console. The software is implemented in Python, and uses mplayer or VLC for media playback. The community has recently made the snap package for PyRadio to make it easy to install the tool in Ubuntu 16.04 and higher either via Ubuntu Software:… Continue reading PyRadio – Command Line Internet Radio Player for Ubuntu

Install Internet Radio App ‘Gradio’ 6.0 via Snap in Ubuntu

Last updated on September 30th, 2017 Gradio, an open-source GTK+ internet radio application, has reached the 6.0 release. Now it’s available as snap app while the official PPA can no longer build it for Ubuntu 16.04 due to the old system GTK+3 library. Gradio 6.0 release highlights: Group your radio stations into collections New sorting… Continue reading Install Internet Radio App ‘Gradio’ 6.0 via Snap in Ubuntu

Gradio – A GTK3 App Finding & Listening to Internet Radios

Last updated on July 28th, 2016 There are a few applications available for listening internet radio stations in Ubuntu Desktop. Gradio is new one that allows users to find radio stations by typing a keyword in the search box, and then listen to one internet radio by clicking on it. The simple tool requires GTK3… Continue reading Gradio – A GTK3 App Finding & Listening to Internet Radios