Enjoy listening to online radio stations of all genres from all over the world and record music thanks to this handy application.

  • BeatStar
  • Version :2017 (1.01) Build 45
  • License :Trial
  • OS :Windows All
  • Publisher :Abelssoft

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BeatStar Description

If you are bored of the music in your playlist, then listening to the radio might be a way for you to find something new to place in your player’s queue. BeatStar is an Internet radio player that features a generous amount of stations you can connect to, playing different music genres to fit all tastes.

An radio player with support for custom stations

With a modern-looking interface and a well-structured layout, BeatStar allows you to choose from dozens of radio stations worldwide. It keeps all of them organized by genre to make it easier for you to find the type of music you enjoy the most and, why not, experience some other rhythms.

Additionally, it provides support for custom stations, which enables you to complete the list with custom radio URLs. While this might seem easy, please note that BeatStar can only recognize the direct URL to the radio stream.

Favorites support and an integrated radio recorder

Radio stations you like the most can be added to a Favorites list by simply clicking on the star symbol next to their name. This way, you can easily load a radio station you like without having to look for it.

One feature that many of you are bound to fancy and use is the built-in radio recorder. BeatStar enables you to create a locally stored music library containing the songs you hear on the radio. Once you press the “Record” button, BeatStar starts listening and records the songs in MP3 format, along with the corresponding CUE file.

A radio player and recorder that is worth a try

The great thing about BeatStar is that it allows you to enjoy listening to hundreds of radio stations at practically no cost. What’s more, its audio recorder can help you save the songs you hear, creating a rich media collection without looking the songs up online.

As a suggestion, remembering the radio stations accessed in the past in a history log would help users who forgot to add a station they liked to the Favorites.

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