SIRIUS XM Radio App Due in May

SIRIUS XM Radio has announced that an official application will be available next month, providing over 120 channels of sports, news, and commercial-free music to customers.  We get the feeling this will require Android 2.1 as the press release continually refers to the app being designed for Droid and Nexus One handsets.  The app will be available as a free download and provide customers a 7-day free trial to SIRIUS XM Premium Online.

The SIRIUS XM App will allow users to:

  • Listen to over 120 channels of SIRIUS XM Premium Online programming on the go, even while surfing the web or checking email.
  • Bookmark SIRIUS XM Premium Online channels for fast, easy access through a “Favorites” function.
  • View the current channel plus what is playing on all other available channels via the “Lookaround” function.

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