Gradio is a simple GTK3 radio app that lets you find and listen to internet radio stations on your Ubuntu and Linux Mint desktop. Gradio comes with a large collection of radio stations you can listern to like BBC Radio, Jazz Radio, Beatles, Reggae and many more across all nations. Gradio Features New dark mode (Not available on all gtk designs) Now show playing song New “Discover” feature Improved grid view Improved design Improved MPRIS support Search for stations Add stations to your library Vote for stations Desktop integration Seperate volume control Connection information (Bitrate, channel-mode, etc.
FM Radio seems to have been forgotten as a feature on modern smartphones, but it was all the rage a decade ago. Now, developers are looking at enabling that function of Ubuntu phones that support it. It’s been a long time since one of the selling points for a phone was the fact that it has FM Radio support. I still remember by Motorola v2288 and that I used to listen to the radio all the time.
Pithos 1.1.1 recently released, is a native Pandora Radio client for Linux. It’s much more lightweight than the Pandora.com web client, and integrates with desktop features such as media keys, notifications, and the sound menu. The latest release Pithos 1.0.1 comes with many new features, including a redesigned UI and icon. This release is a bug fix release that fixes occasional erratic buffering behavior Changelog since Pithos 1.1.0 Redesign plugin preferences Fix locking up when buffering a song Make pylast an optional plugin Make MPRIS an optional plugin Update various icons Minor performance improvements MPRIS: Add property introspection MPRIS: Add song rating pithos:rating Notify: Fix escaping text when not needed Install Pithos 1.