inLight Radio is a simple radio player for streaming music from the internet. Implemented Bass into radio, copyright by Un4seen Developments. Implemented Lame Encoder into radio, copyrighted by The LAME Project. Automatically cycles through the current station sources till one is playable. Over 17,000 radio stations in the database and counting. You can easily record what you're listening to (record current track only, record all, record track from beginning). It has 14 different spectrum analyzers that can be changed by left and right mouse clicks. It has a huge database, and stations can be added by the user. It will show album artwork cover if available (save the album image to a file). It writes art work image and all tags possible into the recorded file.
December 26, 2012
Version: inLight Radio 1.4
Easy installation, configuration and use!
Huge list of Internet radio stations, constantly being updated by the developer and users, who can submit new stations they find.
Create your own favorite stations list.
You can enter your personal subscription station's log-in credential URL's
Record your music stream
The sound from your internal laptop speakers is better than expected, absolutely GREAT when linked to a separate speaker system.
VU meter / Spectrum analyzer display
Absolutely nothing! An e-mail to the developer (Jeramy) and he will address, immediately, any bugs, issues or questions you may have with his program. (even if you do not register your program) (I registered my copy BTW, this program is that good, it is worth the few dollars to keep the program evolving and getting better!)
If you are looking for an Internet radio streaming program to listen to the 20,000+ stations available, THIS is the program for you to try and buy! Yes, there are many other programs here on c|net (or the web), but most are left over from years gone by whose station data bases contain stale, broken and outdated links which are not maintained. THIS program has a dynamic station database, constantly being updated by the developer and users!