iHeartRadio announced two paid music streaming services last month and kicked off a beta test. The services will help the company compete against the likes of Spotify and Apple Music. The two services – called iHeart Radio Plus and iHeartRadio All Access – are now out of beta and have been officially launched. Those who are interested in trying them out can now do so.


iHeartRadio Plus is priced at $5 per month and while that’s affordable, the features that it offers are limited, it only allows subscribers to replay or skip songs. The iHeartRadio All Access service costs $10 per month and provides subscribers with unlimited access to the entire music streaming catalog.

The company confirmed at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 that those who want to subscribe can now head over to its website on desktop computers to get a free 30-day trial of iHeartRadio All Access. This was previously available in beta for iOS and Android smartphones as well.

Subscribers will be able to stream their saved playlists on devices like the Xbox One, Android and iOS-powered set-top boxes, smart TVs from the likes of Samsung, LG and Vizio, and even select Monster speakers. iHeartRadio has said that support for Sonos and other devices will be added soon as well.

Filed in Audio. Read more about CES, CES 2017. Source: blog.iheart

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