Odio is a streaming software that uses the Electron framework. The desktop app allows you to choose from twenty-thousand radio stations from around the world. The stations can be filtered by name, country, language or other tags. Odio is a free application, but it is not open-source. So, you will not be able to add your favourite station to the application. Neither will you be able to search through the radio data system for stations that support Odio.
Radio streaming app for developers
Odio is a radio streaming application that uses Chromium and Node.js. There are two ways of installing this platform. You can download the installer version, which is available for Mac10.9 and higher. It will only take up 53.7 MB of memory on your PC. You can also download the portable version. It can be installed on Ubuntu, an open-source software operating system. The portable version of Odio is worth having if you want to have it on multiple devices or operating systems. Other than the addition of Ubuntu, both versions display a flat and organized interface. This will allow you to easily browse radio channels.
This electron-based program will automatically update itself. But, users that are knowledgeable of Chromium Developer Tools can use them within the Odio app. You can use them to find bottlenecks and inefficiencies in Odio. You can report these issues on Odio’s official GitHub profile.
When you launch Odio, you can choose between a dark or light theme. You can access your favourite radio stations, recently played channels. filters and other settings on your left-hand side. Odio also offers information about the radio station you are listening to such as country of origin, bit rate, and last check time. Overall, Odio’s features will allow you to personalise your listening experience.