With Gradio sidelined and its successor Shortwave yet to broadcast a stable release, you might be looking for a way to listen to radio stations on the Ubuntu Linux desktop. If so, check out Odio […]
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Ever listen to radio stations on the Linux desktop? If so, there’s a good chance you’ve heard of Gradio. The desktop radio player app, which I mentally pronounce “gray-dee-oh“, has been a staple part of […]
Desktop Linux radio player Gradio has broadcast word of its latest release, and it sounds great. In my article on Gradio 6.0 I lamented the loss of the player’s handy ‘discover’ section which, although overcrowded, helped […]
A new version of Gradio, a desktop radio app for Linux desktops, is available for download. A fairly sizeable update, Gradio 6.0 introduces a number of UI improvements, including a new sort menu, extended radio station search, […]
I don’t listen to the radio that often, but when I do it’s certainly not in the traditional way. Like many, I listen to internet radio on my PC using a Linux radio app. A small selection of […]
An new release of Linux radio app Gradio is now available to download, and from reading its change-log it sounds like an update that’s worth tuning in for. If you haven’t heard about the app before, you’re […]
A new beta release of the desktop radio player app GRadio is available for download — and it’s broadcasting a wealth of changes. Developer Häcker Felix says the next major stable release needs to deliver ‘a […]
Gradio is a great little open-source desktop radio player app for Linux — and it just got even better.
Gradio is a simple radio player app for Linux. It lets you browse, search and listen to radio stations without needing to use a browser or enter a stream URL.