March 2nd 2008
Version 0.6.2 adds Apple Script support.
January 20th 2008
Version 0.6.1 adds Leopard support and scrobbling of listened tracks.
September 29th 2007
Finally here comes version 0.6, which adapts to the modified protocol and features tag searching. This release is a major code rewrite.
June 4th 2006
Version 0.5.6 comes as Universal Binary, contains Growl support and minor bugfixes.
April 9th 2006
Version 0.5.5 of Amua contains multiple bugfixes.
March 12th 2006
Version 0.5.4 of Amua fixes "Similar Artist" search bug and has more stable webservice communication.
February 26th 2006
Version 0.5.3 comes with fixed reload song information bug and scrolling text.
February 8th 2006
We've fixed a bug with "Record to Profile" in version 0.5.2. Sorry for any inconvenience.
February 5th 2006
Version 0.5.1 of Amua now supports "Discovery Mode" and "Record to Profile". It can now be registered as default player for the lastfm:// protocol – in other words, clicks in the browser open Amua or change the current station.
January 6th 2006
Version 0.5 of Amua is here! It contains an improved tooltip window and supports the new features.
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You can download Amua_0.6.2.dmg from the SourceForge project page.

What is Amua?

Amua is a status bar application for Mac OS X that allows you to play web-radio streams. It is an alternative to the official player.

Wonder which song is playing? Just move over the note icon on top right of your screen without switching away from what you're currently doing. A click on the icon displays the Amua menu where you can control your radio stream and send the usual Love/Skip/Ban commands.
Alternatively you can detach the song information panel and drag it somewhere on your screen, such that you can always see what is playing.

Amua is free software, with ``free'' as in ``free speech'', not as in ``free beer''. It is licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License.


Amua Screenshot 1

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Send questions or comments to of . For bugs and feature requests use the SourceForge project page. All feedback is greatly appreciated.