• dictums building Posted: 6/2/2010 12:15pm PDT

    Oh great, so now people can listen on their phones in their cars and the volume will NOT cut out for navigation system messages or other stuff. I can't wait.

  • AutoKing Posted: 6/2/2010 2:54pm PDT

    gotta think this is indeed good news to - hopefully - get that gentleman at apple to start thinking about truly opening things up at the app store. shorter-term, cool for drivers to be able to use more devices to listen to some good content (albeit a bit less than what's available with the traditional service)

  • Allan Posted: 6/2/2010 6:12pm PDT

    With all the great FREE streaming web radio out there and Sirius/XM still requiring subscription fees for this, there's no point.

  • tatu Posted: 6/2/2010 8:25pm PDT

    Agreed. Seems like this doesn't really do much that pandora/etc wouldn't also do. And once you listen to Sirius/XM channels for a while, you begin to hear the same songs over and over.

  • neutre avatar neutre Posted: 6/2/2010 8:27pm PDT

    It's about time! Now that ATT is killing the all you can eat data plan, and with the EVO 4g out, I know a lot of people who are seriously thinking of jumping ship from the iPhone. There are very few apps that really matter to people left that don't support Android.

  • Damien Thomas Posted: 6/2/2010 8:35pm PDT

    While impressive, I doubt this will help sales of the Android much. I still prefer my iPhone.

  • Eric Berlin Posted: 6/3/2010 12:07am PDT

    This is very cool -- I have sirius-xm in one car but not the other. Didn't realize I could grab the app and run it through my bb, great stuff !

  • Bonobo Posted: 6/3/2010 1:55am PDT

    Pandora doesn't have talk shows and news - these cost more money to produce than a simple automatic play-list.

  • Fizz Posted: 6/3/2010 6:28am PDT

    Can't live without Sirius and XM. We have subscriptions for all our vehicles but will re-think that now! Although they could dump Rosie and the Broads shows and I doubt anyone would miss them.