iHeartRadio is one of the other premier music streaming services like Pandora, Spotify, and Google Play All Access. But right now, it hasn’t been integrated into Google Home like the others. That’s expected to change soon.
LAS VEGAS, NV — January 5, 2017 — iHeartMedia, creator of iHeartRadio – the all-in-one streaming music and live digital radio service — today announced five new integrations at the Consumer Electronics Show. These integrations will provide iHeartRadio’s more than 95 million registered users with new ways to access iHeartRadio’s vast collection of live radio, custom Artist Radio stations, podcasts and more.
iHeartRadio will be integrated with devices across in-home connectivity, wearable technology and mobile applications including:
– Google Home: Listen to iHeartRadio on Google Home, the voice-activated speaker powered by the Google Assistant. Coming soon to Google Home, playing iHeartRadio will be as easy as saying “Ok Google” followed by your favorite radio station or artist, giving users access to thousands of iHeartRadio’s live radio stations, custom Artist Radio stations, millions of songs and more.
– Samsung Family Hub: A new integration with Samsung Family Hub will allow users to listen to iHeartRadio stations right from their refrigerator. Samsung Family Hub features a touch-enabled screen that resides on the door of a Samsung refrigerator, creating a focal point for families to share notes and photos, coordinate calendars, and now – listen to their favorite music via iHeartRadio. Through this integration, families can enjoy live radio stations, personalized custom Artist Radio stations, and other great iHeartRadio content through the iHeartRadio application. Attendees can check out a demo on the CES show floor, Central Hall, booth 15006.