Clear Channel’s iheartradio App Now Available
We mentioned earlier this month that Clear Channel’s iheartradio application would be available for Android in December.Â True to their word, the popular music app is now in the Android Market.Â With nearly 400 stations to tune into, the free title is a welcome addition to many Android users.Â We asked our twitter followers back in the summer to name an app that they’d like to see make the jump to Android and iheartradio was a common response.
Features for iheartradio for Android:
- More than 350 of America’s favorite stations
- Artist-hosted stations from Christina Aguilera, Eagles and Weezer featuring their stories and favorite music
- Frequently updated traffic reports available for several major markets including New York, L.A., Chicago, San Francisco and Houston
- Now set a station to play automatically when you launch the App
- Tag songs for purchase in iTunes
- Lyrics, album art and more!
Search for iheartradio in the Android Market (under Multimedia) and download it for free.Â You can also grab it by clicking this link!
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