Screamer Radio 0.4.4 Beta

There is little reason to listen to commercial FM radio anymore, it is an old medium that provides little choice of music and is saturated with ads. For the last couple of years there has been an alternative, streaming internet radio. An alternative that has been somewhat complicated to use.

Screamer Radio attempts to remedy this problem by bringing most of the required steps into a single, easy to use, freeware program.


  • It's easy to use
  • It's not bloated
  • It's ad free
  • It has no spyware
  • It has a huge database of radio stations
  • It has a cool peak meter ;)
  • You can easily record what you're listening to
  • You can hide it in the system tray
  • You can play back on multiple soundcards
  • .. and it's free!

Supported Stream Types

Recording Features

  • Recording buffer: start recording in the middle and still save the entire song!
  • Direct MP3 Audio stream saving, no loss of quality!
  • Direct OGG Vorbis stream saving, no loss of quality!
  • Or encode OGG Vorbis as MP3 using Lame
  • Encode WMA or AAC to MP3 using Lame

Download: Screamer Radio 0.4.4 Beta Installer | 2.6 MB (Freeware)
Stable: Screamer Radio 0.4.3 | 1.6 MB (Freeware)
Screenshots: >> Click Here <<
View: Screamer Radio Website

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I'm going to check this out even though I'm not into listening to tunes on the computer.

Slight over statement here, "There is little reason to listen to commercial FM radio anymore."

Besides the fact FM radio is in every vehicle in the world practically, FM radio will be around for a LONG time yet. With that said, I seldom listen to it though.

I agree. The statement "There is little reason to listen to commercial FM radio anymore" is absurd. Can I listen to internet radio in my car for free? No. Can I listen to FM radio in my car for free? Yes. There's one major reason to listen to FM radio, not to mention all the local news content delivered by the FM stations in my area.

Most FM radio stations today have internet streams, I can listen to all my FM locals through my Grace Wireless Internet Radio, the reception is cristal clear.

Gonna give it a try even though winamp streams radio perfectly well. The recording feature sounds handy. Even with tens of thousands of MP3's in the bag, you still cant beat a good DJ set.

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