A super easy way to listen to internet radio…

Did you know that you can listen to radio stations from all around the world across the internet?  You can; and without a lot of  fuss, especially when you have RadioSure.

RadioSure is a FREE, easy to install, and very easy to use “internet radio player” that comes prepackaged with over 12000 radio stations from all around the world.

I have been watching this little gem mature on the freeware circuit and decided it was time to bring it to forward. Once you download and install RadioSure there is zero configuration and it will automatically load any station listings it can locate. My first go round with RadioSure found 12120 radio stations of every genre possible.

There is also a portable version available of RadioSure that you can download and install on your on your flashdrive.

RadioSure – www.radiosure.com


Main features are:

  • More than 12000 of stations in the package
  • Supports most of the internet radio formats – mp3, wma, ogg vorbis, aac+ and so on
  • Quick and reliable search for your favorite radio stations
  • Smooth switching between stations including crossfade effect
  • Recording what you are listening to and packaging it into separate song files
  • Simultanious recording of multiple stations
  • Automatic checking for software and radio stations updates
  • Command line parametes for automatization
  • Runs on Windows XP and Vista 32 and 64 bit
  • UNICODE support – all domestic stations are perfectly visible and searchable
  • Skin system – can create plenty of beautiful skins of any kind!
  • Expand and collapse the main window (if supported by skin)!
  • Global Hot Key to controll RadioSure even working in another application!


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  1. TechPaul,

    I have been following this and just this past week it jumped a version… Developer seems to be working on this on a regular basis…



  2. G,

    So far, I’m liking this one… Especially since there is a portable version. What got me on this was a friend who was looking for a specific British station and the station’s website required real player, etc…; which I knew better. Ended up with this puppy.



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