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Nicecast gets full Leopard support

Cory Bohon

Today, Rogue Amoeba updated their Nicecast software to 1.9. Nicecast, as you might already know, lets you create your own internet radio station on your Mac. The biggest new "feature" in Nicecast 1.9 is that it fully supports OS X Leopard (10.5).

In addition to getting Leopard support, Nicecast also received three new notable features:

  • The update includes Instant Hijack 2 (which allows you to Hijack the audio of applications that are already running)
  • Soundflower 1.3 support
  • "Track Titles" drawer added
This update is free to all existing Nicecast owners running both Tiger (10.4) and Leopard. You can also download a free trial of Nicecast or purchase the new version for $40.

In similar news, Rogue Amoeba also posted on their blog that they are "hard at work" on the Leopard-friendly version of Audio Hijack Pro (version 2.8).

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