Radiopaq radio service launches officially today with new features and Mac compatibility

Digital Music, Web 2.0

radiopaq-launch.jpgThe radio search engine Radiopaq, which launched in beta in February, has now officially gone live today with some new services to dazzle your aural senses.

Aggregating thousands of radio stations from within the UK and abroad, it streams them through the site, all for free. Now compatible with Macs (when using Safari), it offers 35% more stations than it did back in February, with an improved layout, predictive search, personalised profiles and even weather and traffic updates are also part of the new official roll-out.

Podcast listeners will now find that once they save a particular podcast (BBC, CNN, Sky News plus others offered) as a favourite, the new editions will be saved, waiting for you once you log in. All the above, for free, from today.


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Katherine Hannaford
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