It allows you to record multiple streams at once, without having to listen to your broadcasts. It recognizes the songs you record and attaches useful information such as name, artist, album art, etc. It can be integrated with iTunes to create lists with the songs that the application is recording. It also integrates with MediaMonkey.
The application takes statistics of the songs recorded so that the user does not have the need to rip songs that were previously recorded. It also allows you to define rules to exclude recording songs that are smaller than one set, for example.
It allows you to search for radio stations using Shoutcast , StationRipperPortal and other sources, or simply drag and drop from Itunes Radio to the station you want to start recording.
StationRipper 2.98.7 is the latest version (April 2014), which can be downloaded for free.
This free version presents some limitations that do not prevent to take advantage of the application. For example, it allows you to record up to 25 songs per session, but if you restart the application you can continue to rip. There are 2 other versions (which are paid) with more features: rip from Last.fm and Pandora.com; Record up to 600 stations simultaneously instead of the 2 that allows the free version; Not show advertising, etc.