iHeartRadio is the latest high-profile publisher to join Apple News. The service announced today that its editorial content can now be found on Apple’s News app on iOS.
IHeartRadio Stories February 12
IHeartRadio Stories November 28, 2017
iHeartRadio adds support for podcasts to its CarPlay application
iHeartRadio is expanding its CarPlay application. The company announced today that it is adding support for podcasts to the app, alongside several new features that make the podcast experience as seamless as possible…
IHeartRadio Stories January 5, 2016
iHeartRadio announces new app coming to fourth-gen Apple TV
iHeartMedia, the company behind the popular iHeartRadio streaming service, has today announced that it will soon support the fourth-generation Apple TV. In Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show, it was announced that iHeartRadio will soon be available to users of the Apple TV via an all new application.
IHeartRadio Stories January 5, 2015
Google today announced Google Cast for audio, which the company says takes advantage of Chromecast tech to send audio to third-party hardware like speakers, A/V receivers, and sound bars. The feature will allow users to tap a “cast” button from within music and radio apps on Android, iOS and the web to stream audio to Google Cast enabled speakers. expand full story
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IHeartRadio Stories October 23, 2014
Apple has mentioned that iHeartRadio is a supported CarPlay app since the re-branded feature was introduced earlier this year, but support was not yet available when we reviewed CarPlay in an aftermarket Pioneer display last month. iHeartRadio brings a wide variety of content to CarPlay with stations ranging from talk radio to sports to various music genres, and traditional AM/FM stations with online streams can be accessed through CarPlay using the new iHeartRadio app for iPhone. expand full story
IHeartRadio Stories June 18, 2014
T-Mobile has just announced at its “Uncarrier 5.0” event (which apparently double as the Uncarrier 6.0 event) that all streaming music services will now be free to stream on T-Mobile, including iTunes Radio. This also applies to Pandora, iHeartRadio, Slacker Radio, and Spotify.
Any streaming you do will always be done over the company’s fastest available network, and won’t count towards your high-speed data limit.
Customers can visit T-Mobile’s website to request new services to be added to the “music freedom” selection. As streaming services gain votes, they will be added to the program.