(Web) radio software for Linux systems that supports DJs and radio managers in their daily tasks. It can be managed via a browser, has a range of archive management functions, a search function and a playlist generator. Also provides a scheduling calendar and a personnel function. Can repeat live transmissions.
MP3 internet streaming server for saving audio files. Provides managing, editing and listening to files via a frontend. Supports playlists and sorting by band or song title. Also available as iPhone client iAmpache and Android client Amdroid, Just Player and Lullaby.
UPnP server that streams audio files to UPnP clients such as the Xbox 360 or the Playstation 3; supports, MP3, WMA, and also lossless codecs like FLAC, and transfers cover images; extended Premium Version also available.
Browses the internet for web radio streams, freely available MP3 files or music videos. Records and downloads music from streaming services or websites. Provides an integrated ID3 tag editor and converts downloaded files automatically to the optimal format for mobile phones, MP4 players, MP3 players or iPods.
Tool for centralised access to locally stored or online media content. Browses the hard disk for videos, images and audio files. Adds album titles, song lyrics or movie trailers from the internet. Offers direct access to web services such as Youtube, Hulu, Last.fm and Flickr. Displays what friends are currently watching. Requires registration on the developers web site.
Streams music to computers and smartphones. Offers charts, new releases and recommendations for a range of music genres, and enables you to create and save personal playlists. Available as an Android app, app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and HD version for iPad.
Use this tool to exchange files between Android-based smartphones and a computer. It also provides direct access to the smartphone’s file system. Other features include music streaming from the computer’s media player and streaming from the smartphone’s camera. Fast and secure download from The H
UPnP control point with which you can control from your computer which audio files a media client plays from a media server; finds all UPnP/DLNA servers and clients in the network and can put together a playlist of the contents of the server and then play them on the client; resembles a remote control.
Receives over 2,000 radio and TV transmitters world-wide via the internet and plays them on the computer; enables you to search for particular transmitters, creates playlists and enables you to simultaneously hear and record several radio transmitters; also saves the recorded songs automatically with the artist and title in MP3 format. Program is no longer offered.