Last Updated on September 3, 2020
StreamTuner2 lists radio directory services like Shoutcast, Xiph, Live365, MyOggRadio, Jamendo. It allows listening via any audio player, and recording of streams via streamripper.
By default, a good range of services are enabled, but there’s quite a lot more available (see the previous page).
The interface is perfectly adequate although a pale shadow compared to the gorgeous odio.
I’m not a big fan of the oversized play, record, station, and reload icons in the toolbar (as shown in the image above). This also applies to the StreamTuner2 logo. Too much screen estate is sacrificed here. I recommend selecting Edit / Toolbar / Small, which reduces the icons to a manageable size.
When you click on a channel, the software calls your configured audio or video player. Playback is therefore farmed to a media player. The software is fairly stable in operation, although we encountered a few bugs along the way. But no showstoppers.
The software uses about 60MB of RAM, but you’ll need to factor in the external audio player’s resources too.