iHeartRadio Canada Has a New Enhanced App

December 5, 2017 by
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iHeartRadio Canada released a new and improved version of their mobile app yesterday on December 4th. The app is available for free download on both iOS and Android operating systems and on and wide variety of devices, including Sonos devices, Apple Watch, Apple CarPlay, Android Wear and Android Auto.

The app gives listeners access to over 1000 live radio shows and coverage from live events of all types of genres. There are also now podcasts included in the app, including The Joe Rogan experience, The Nerdist, WTF with Marc Maron, and the TSN Hockey Bobcast. iHeartRadio's 1.8-million listeners continue to grow since its launch in October 2016.

"iHeartRadio Canada is the go-to source for people who are passionate about music and artists, and we're thrilled to deliver more content to fans across Canada with the launch of our newly enhanced service. With further access to diverse music and content, iHeartRadio Canada continues to bring unmatched access to Canadians with more platforms, exclusive features, live events, and more artist engagement," said Rob Farina, Bell Media's Head of Radio Content, Strategy, and iHeartRadio Canada.

About iHeartRadio Canada: "iHeartRadio, a best-in-class customizable digital listening experience and live events brand, is now in Canada through a partnership between Bell Media and iHeartMedia. A leader in innovative radio programming throughout Canada, Bell Media features the country's most dynamic, popular, and respected radio brands, including Toronto's CHUM FM, Canada's #1 FM station, and the ÉNERGIE group in Québec, as well as international brands like Virgin Radio. In the U.S., iHeartRadio has surpassed 100 million registered users, reaching milestones at a rate faster than Facebook or any other streaming music service. In addition, iHeartRadio's registered user milestone does not account for the millions of listeners who tune into iHeartRadio's live radio streams without registering." - iHeartRadio

Source: iHeartRadio

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