Name: SonicWeb Internet Radio Player
Release Date: July 21, 2017
Languages: English, German
Developer: Patrick Dehne
MAS Rating: 4+
Mac Platform: Intel
OS Version: OS X 10.6.6 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
Web Site: http://www.sonicweb-radio.de/en/sonicweb-for-mac
Mac App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/app/sonicweb-internet-radio-player/id660638272?mt=12
SonicWeb is an advanced multi radio station recording internet radio player.
=== Discover new music ===
Tunein to more than two thousand free, hand selected, high quality internet radio stations or add your own radio stations.
=== Fully featured internet radio player ===
Browse popular and recommended radio stations, set favorites, filter by genre or bitrate and search by name.
=== Advanced internet radio recorder ===
Record multiple stations simultaneously.
Record continuously or automatically split the internet radio streams into tracks and put them into a playlist.
Timeshift internet radio: pause and resume playback at any time without any gaps.
=== Custom playlists ===
Create custom playlists from the tracks you like. Keep the tracks as long as you want and play them as many times as you like.
=== Export recordings into folders and / or to iTunes ===
Use iTunes to listen to your recordings and to copy them to your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
Export recordings into folders to listen to them using any third party player and to create backups
=== Unique to SonicWeb: The powerful station list feature ===
With several simultaneously turned on radio stations your playlist will quickly contain many unplayed tracks. This enables you to skip tracks you don't like without any skip limit as long as there are more tracks available in your playlist.
Enjoy gapless audio playback with tracks from different radios stations crossfading into each other. SonicWeb dynamically adjusts the volume of loud and silent tracks so that you don't have to.
Together these features create your own personal radio station: seamless playback of diverse playlists with ever changing tracks that you can control just like a regular media player.
=== Deep Mac OS X integration ===
- Menu bar icon. Keep your dock tidy. SonicWeb can hide its dock icon and show an icon in the menu bar instead.
- Background notifications. SonicWeb can show background notifications in Mountain Lion's Notification Center.
Check out the demonstration video to see SonicWeb in action:
The manual contains much more information about SonicWeb:
For mobile users: SonicWeb is also available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch:
What's New in Version 2.2:
- Record button for easier activation and switching of record modes.
- Added the possibility to quickly scroll track lists to begin, end and the currently playing track.
- Added a 120 minutes option to the sleep timer.
- Added an option to the sleep timer to also make it stop active recordings.
- Improved endpoint detection for streams that contain silence around track changes.
- Support for XSPF playlist format
- Improved handling of stream addresses that have changed in the server radio station database.
- Improved radio station metadata handling for stations that use non UTF-8 charsets.