iHeartRadio will get Android Wear support next week

By | October 9, 2014

Starting from October 15, iHeartRadio users can use their voice to control their music listening experience with the support of Android Wear. Those who are owning Android Wear Smartwatch and Android Smartphone can search for their favorite radio stations using their voice or can give like to the music they like from their wrist. Below are the features which are available to the Android Wear users.



  • Favorites – Quick access to view and play the saved stations or shows.
  • Voice Search – Listen to more than 1,900 live radio stations or create your own based on the library of more than 4,50,000 artists by simply saying “Rihanna” or any artist name.
  • For you : Browse the tailored recommendations based on the specific music preferences and the listening habits.
  • Like/Unlike : Provide the spot feedback to tailor the future music recommendations and enjoy the ability to scan the live stations across the country.

This app will also allows the users to access their favorite stations or shows from the watch and browse the tailored recommendations as well. iHeartRadio is part of the iHeartMedia and it is the unique option among the streaming options with its breadth of the content. It has more than 50 millions of registered users currently and it is integrated with 35 different devices and technologies.

This is not the iHeartRadio’s inroad into the wearable environment, earlier this year iHeartRadio support has come to the Samsung Gear 2 smartwatch. This voice support is which makes this app partnership really sense, especially in the scenario of watch. Smartwatches are already the great devices of controlling the music playback, but this voice support make more sense.

Author: Peter Jacksonn

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