Shortwave Sees First Stable Release As GNOME Internet Radio Player
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 15 March 2020 at 12:00 AM EDT. 14 Comments
GNOME --
After being in development for two years, GNOME Shortwave has seen its first stable release shortly after this week's GNOME 3.36 desktop debut.

Shortwave is a GTK-based Internet radio player that supports tuning into more than twenty-five thousand stations. Shortwave supports the automatic recording of songs, streaming via the Google Cast protocol, an adaptive interface to work across a variety of devices, and integrates nicely with the modern GNOME Shell desktop.


More details on the first stable GNOME Shortwave radio player release via this blog post.
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