Radiopaq launches out of beta

Following its beta launch last month, Radiopaq has now officially launched with new additions to the site, and the radio search engine can now also be enjoyed by Mac users via the Safari browser.

Radiopaq.com lets you find thousands of radio stations as well as a host of podcasts and a dedicated news service: the free portal has been designed to help you find exactly what you want to hear, when and how you want to hear it.

As well as increasing the number of available radio stations by more than 35% in the past month (with more being added every day), an improved layout claims to enable users to find what they're looking for quickly and easily.

Radiopaq's new predictive station search lets you find what you're looking by typing in just a few letters of the station you're looking for stations will then appear on your screen for you to choose from.

You can use the site to subscribe to podcasts, and there's the Radiopaq "Snapshot" service that gives you detailed weather and traffic information too.

Free to users, the site is now fully live at Radiopaq.co.uk.