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iLikeMusic

This program is known to have issues with crashing, especially on Grooveshark. I am currently rewriting it from scratch in a different language. Unfortunately, this may take a while due to my personal time constraints. In the mean time, all of the code is on GitHub if anyone is interested in working out a temporary fix.

Description

iLikeMusic is the successor to the iRadio Capture group of programs.  It is everything that they should have been to begin with.  iLikeMusic is a standalone desktop player for several major internet radio websites, such as Pandora and Grooveshark.  It automatically captures songs as they play, adding them directly to your iTunes.  And not just blindly, it is much smarter than that!
iLikeMusic Grooveshark

Download it here (currently Mac only)

Be sure to like Facebook Page to be kept up to date on the latest developments!


iLikeMusic is released under the GNU General Public License version 3.  All source is included in Resources folder.  The source can also be found in this project's GitHub repository.


Comments, questions, ideas, etc? Contact me: garrett.davidsonAPC@gmail.com, or through this project's Facebook page

Features
  • Automatically captures songs from popular internet radio websites
  • Adds captured songs to iTunes automatically
  • Prevents adding duplicate songs to your library
  • Automatically overwrites lower bitrate songs if it captures a higher bitrate version
  • Adds artwork to your existing songs if it is missing
  • Shows a list of previously captured songs
  • Shows notifications for each captured song
  • Allows playback controls using your Mac's media keys
  • Works for a wide variety of internet radio sites
  • Completely free!




Changelog

Release 1.0.0.0
  • Initial Release


Common Issues

Release 1.0.0.0
  • "Grooveshark tells me to install Flash or switch the HTML5 version"
    • Be sure that have Flash installed and fully updated in Safari
  • "iTunes couldn't find the files after adding them to my library"
    • Go to iTunes > Preferences > Advanced > check the Copy files to iTunes Media folder when adding to library button and hit OK
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