Sirius|XM Android app

Oh, happy day. Almost. Sirius XM is working on an Android application for its satellite radio service. And while I enjoy Internet radio as much as the next guy, I needs me some satellite radio, too. Sirius XM has a signup page to alert you when the app's ready. Yep, they've got my e-mail now. Thanks to everyone who sent this in.

 

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Sirius XM working on an Android app

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I have it on my BB Storm and what i hate is that I cant listen to Howard or Bubba. I'm sure they will do the same to Droid. I would pay extra to listen to them but they just wont allow it. I wounder why???

Because Howard owns his channels and will not allow it unless he gets a bigger piece of the pie. Ive signed up be nice to listen to the number one channel opie and Anthony.

I can't wait to listen to Opie & Anthony and Ron & Fez when this app hits. I can't wait to ditch trying to use Orb for this to happen.

I will be pissed if I have to pay a monthly fee since my online sub was included with my lifetime sub I purchased in the beginning of 2009.

I don't mind paying a one time fee for the app if it gets lifetime upgrades for free and includes XM 202.

From what I recall you have to pay to listen online (extra $3 /mo) and for this app to work you need to do so.

However, this could've changed from the last time I checked.

I would assume that since my online access was included with my lifetime sub, I won't have to pay for access as I believe I should sign in to the app like I would when listening to the computer.

I am pretty sure that online access is not included (at least for free) with lifetime subs anymore as they stopped that in the first half of 2009.

Who needs Bubba when The Future of Radio Jason Ellis is on Faction .... CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS APP!!!!!! RED DRAGONS!!!!!

This is crazy... I already own 2 SIRIUS radios and now they want another $3/month ??? I'm getting close to ditching the satellite and streaming XiiaLive -> bluetooth -> truck stereo... Works great, just worried if Sprint ever goes to data caps.

Slacker is kinda nice too. My Sirius is about to expire. If I can't get it for $5/mo or less, I'm done. Slacker works just as good as Sirius and like ieee_raider said, nothing wrong with bluetooh streaming in the truck or wifes car. Plus Slacker is free.

You also don't get NFL Live, MLB at bat, or Stern. I am not going to pay $3 to $5 for that. Garbage.