myTuner Radio

Developer: Appgeneration Software

Current Version: 1.7.1

Last Updated: 7 months ago

Download Size: 20.7 MB - Download



More than 120 countries and 30,000 radio stations available for you to listen live, from sports to news, music and many others to choose from.

myTuner Radio is easy to use, has a great design and it sits on the menu bar for you to use whenever you like. It’s the best way there is to listen to the radio on your Mac.

More than 1 million Podcasts to listen for free with rankings per country.

Now you can listen to the best radio stations of your country or of your homeland when you are abroad.

And you can also listen to a preview the Top 25 best selling songs in each market.

*** REVIEWS ***

"A lightweight application for listening to internet streaming broadcasts, it can pick up 30,000 live radio stations from more than 120 countries (...) allowing you to restrict searches and browsing to a single country with a pull-down menu – useful, given the number of stations."
Ian Osborne, MacFormat Magazine

With myTuner Radio you can:
- Listen to the best radio stations;
- Listen to radios from more than 120 countries;
- Listen to over 30,000 radio stations;
- More than 1 million Podcasts with rankings per country;
- Compatible with airplay
- Add more radios to your favorites list;
- Search by country and name;
- Listen to the radios on background mode;
- Listen to samples of the most sold music in each country;
- Can’t find a station, tell us and we’ll add it to the app...

myTuner Radio gives you the best experience in what comes to listening to worldwide radio stations.

Also try the iOS versions...

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Release Notes:

- Bug fixes;


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.3
Review by The Grey Dress

I really like it! - I enjoy the convenience of listening to radio whilst I’m writing… myTuner is especially easy to use, and I like the convenience of accessing it from the menubar instead of playing from a browser like other internet radio applications.

Found helpful by 3 out of 5 people
Version 1.7.1
Review by virolvlog

Some serious bugs with this app in need to be fixed! - I am a mac user. I downloaded the free version of the myTuner radio app, then noticed that it doesn’t function well. When it is running, I can see it only in my menu bar. Shortly after I launch the app, it freezes and I can’t see its graphic interface to change radio stations for example. It doesn’t even appear in my force quit menu, and I had to restart my computer in order to quit the app. I thought this could be a bug in the free version, so I went ahead and purchased the Pro version. But that did not solve anything. I am still running into the same issues. Instead of restarting my computer, I figured out that I can force quit it from my Activity Monitor. This is a very annoying. These problems are consistent with 2 computers I own: a laptop and a desktop.

Found helpful by 14 out of 14 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.7.1
Review by lark7576

Application Great - When it works - This application is great - when it works. I have had repeated problems getting it to work reliably, especially when trying to use it with bluetooth headphones. I usually have to reinstall the program and restart my Mac in order to get control of the Output and Input device selections. Using this app I lose control of my audio controls quite often. The new software releases fix some bugs and create other instabilities. I am using Mavericks. Maybe the changes for the newer OSs are breaking things for those of us still using something a little older. I can boot my machine as Yosemite or El Capitan, but I still find Mavericks more stable for me overall use. Unfortunately, this app (Ver 1.7.1) on Mavericks is problematic.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
Version 1.7.1
Review by DkHelmet

Expensive, not bad, not great. - This thing’s been continuously pestering me to rate it, so here I am. Pros: it plays radio. Lots of radio stations. Plenty of local (US) and international. Want to switch between Philadelphia NPR and Kabul rock and Jamaican talk radio? Sure. Cons: UI is a bit clunky. Doesn’t honor iTunes keyboard shortcuts, so play/pause requires you to go hunting through the icon. Expensive Continuously pesters you to rate it

Found helpful by 3 out of 4 people
Version 1.7.1
Review by Faisal201090h

Overpriced and not much difference from the free version - The only difference between this version and the free one is the advertisement of the paid version(this one) is no longer keep reminding you (which is not a big deal because you can close by a mouse click). For the price, I think this paid version needs to have more features or lower the price to be fair. But in terms of functionalaty, this app is the best and would be even better if I can pause the radio from the keyboard play button.

Found helpful by 3 out of 4 people
Version 1.7.1
Review by palmcvp

Nice Clean App - Does what i was looking for, and station selection is good for the music genres I’m interested in. Nice clean sound with very little buffering delay normally. Would prefer that the App have an option to appear in the dock as opposed to only the header tool bar. Also some stations do not show the song playing, but only appear to keep buffering while the music is playing, so you never get to see the song or artist. Another nice addition would be a “previously played” (songs, not stations) list feature if that is even possible with multiple web stations. Other than that, nice little clean App - I paid the $9.99, but the same functionality on iOS is avaialble for $2.99, so this app for Mac is probably just a bit over-priced - I tried the Free App first, so, yes, I knew what the price to remove ads was going to be, and wanted to support the developer, but still feel just a bit gouged - at $4.99 I would have had a hard time not giving it five stars.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
Version 1.7.1
Review by psycho342

Solid but... - Solid for some stations but could use some work on streaming others. There are several stations that fail to connect and I would prefer that they just make those unavailable or not viewable rather than me click and be disappointed.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people