Vancouver’s Destiny Media Technologies this week unveiled a Macintosh version of
its Destiny Media Player.
The Destiny Media Player allows Mac users to play
MP3, CD Audio, .wav, midi and other common Mac audio formats as well as
listen to a growing number of Web-based radio stations broadcasting on the
RadioDestiny Broadcast Network, using a familiar home stereo interface which
easily switches from digital audio to Internet radio.
“After so many requests, we’re very excited that Mac users can finally tune
in to this wealth of original Internet radio content,” says Keith Gillard,
director of Content Development for the RadioDestiny Broadcast Network. “We’re expecting to launch a Mac version of our popular
RadioDestiny Broadcaster shortly in the new year.”
Key features of the Destiny Media Player include: uncluttered interface,
small download (440k), easy installation, custom play list designer with drag
and drop editing, auto MP3 library generator, links to MP3 sites, and direct
access to the RadioDestiny Broadcast Network.
The Destiny Media Player is free to download at www.radiodestiny.com.