RIM unleashes BlackBerry Radio App… In Beta for US residents only

February 3, 2011 | By | 1 Comment



RIM let us know this morning that they will be unveiling the BlackBerry Radio app later today. The app is expected to be available in the BlackBerry Beta Zone to residents in the United States. This app will allow BlackBerry users to find and discover radio stations around the world, without charges, except of course your normal data charges.

Key features of the BlackBerry Radio include:

  • Access popular internet and terrestrial radio services like Slacker, Pandora, Clear Channel, and Corus in one place
  • Quickly browse genre-based radio stations
  • Enjoy seamless integration with your BlackBerry smartphone for quick and easy access to BlackBerry radio partners and the Amazon MP3 storefront
  • Try premium radio apps within BlackBerry Radio for free
  • Just start rockin’! No set-up required

So if you live in the United States and are interested in BlackBerry Radio head over the the BlackBerry Beta Zone and check it out. You can also read about this app on RIM’s Inside BlackBerry blog.

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