Radio Ripper

Developer: Wide SD

Current Version: 2.12

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 3.7 MB - Download


Rip (Record) your favourite internet radio stations and automatically separate the songs with few clicks.
The songs are recorded directly to your disk without any use of your sound card, so it's lossless recording! They're also split and tagged with ID3v1 and/or v2 tags automatically according to radio station's metadata.
Just have ready the station's URL or playlist file (pls or m3u).
The songs are located into your Music folder, so you can do whatever you like with them!

Over 20 optional ripping and split options are provided.
You may rip more than one radios simultaneously (it depends only on your bandwidth).

Now you can use any of the hundreds iTunes Radios!

Enjoy your favorite radio station's music offline, anytime!

Please keep in mind that the URL that you provide for recording (ripping) MUST be a URL that points to a radio station's audio server such as shoutcast and icecast. M3U and PLS Files that are downloaded from a radio station site in order to be listened via audio players (iTunes, VLC, etc) will also work.
Web Sites' URLs will not work since they are just web sites, so do not complain.


Release Notes:

iTunes drag and drop support. Now you can use any of the hundreds iTunes Radios!
Minor User Interface improvements.
Sandbox Optimization.
Bug fixes.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 2.12
Review by Sparkyr1

Buggy — save your money - Barely could get one or two streams out of many attempts to connect. Mispelled words in menus. Poor GUI. Needs work.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 2.12
Review by rjdeible

Overall I like it - I like that y ou can listen to radio right through the app, most make you listen to it through another program. Radio Ripper works good, it records and doesn;t make a lot of mistakes. What I don;t like about it is that it searches for silence to change songs, if there is no silnence then it does not change. I was surprised how many I listen to have not much silence. Radio Ripper also does not come with any stations, you have to add ak your own, Word of advise, do not try to add Jamendo or anything l ike that that oplays on a web page rather than a playlist, the program crashes. Adding a station is fairly easy, just add the url and tell it what folder you want it in, double click the radio name to change it, the new wentry window does not have a place to change it.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
Version 2.12
Review by Reluctant Lemming

Works for me - Had a bit of trouble figuring out how to get it working. My fault really. I was missing a concept on determining the correct URL’s to use. I contacted them and they responded right away with very helpful information, and I am off and running. I give them 5 stars because the app works as designed andthey responded to my questions timely. Good job!

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people