Popular iHeartRadio App Available for Windows Phone 8
Article by George Norman
On 05 Jul 2013
Windows Phone 8 users can now get one of the most popular streaming internet radio apps out there. iHeartRadio is now available for their mobile devices.

There’s a new app available in the Windows Phone Store and it’s one that deserves your attention. The very popular iHeartRadio streaming internet radio app is now available for download. You can get it for free from the aforementioned Windows Phone Store by following this link.


“If like me you’ve been waiting for this one, you won’t be disappointed,” said Microsoft’s Michael Stroh. “The app lets you tune into more than 1500 live radio stations across the United States, plus create commercial-free custom stations from a pool for more than 15 million songs and 400,000 artists. And the Windows Phone 8 edition of the app also sports several cool new features.”

iHeartRadio for Windows Phone 8 Main Features
  • Free internet radio service that lets you stream your favorite live radio stations
  • Access more than 1,500 live radio stations.
  • Browse stations by music style and location.
  • Rate songs by giving them a thumbs up or a thumbs down.
  • Create commercial-free custom stations.
  • A catalog of more than 16 millions songs and 400,000 artists is available for creating a custom station.
  • The app will recommend stations.
  • Create, save, and share your internet radio stations.

To celebrate the launch of iHeartRadio on the Windows Phone Store, the iHeartRadio team is running a sweepstakes on Facebook. 5 lucky winners will get to win a Nokia Lumia 920 smartphone powered by Windows Phone 8. The sweepstakes ends on Sunday, July 7, so there’s still time to enter.

In related news, Bing Audio rolled out to 14 new countries, Microsoft recently announced. It is already available in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the U.K., and the U.S. And now it started rolling out to Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, and Switzerland.

Bing Audio is the built-in Windows Phone feature that identifies music in a similar way as Shazam or SoundHound.

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