Sirus XM radio plans to launch an application for Google Android that will let subscribers tune into 120 channels of commercial-free music and talk programming.

The satellite radio network offers several subscription options for mobile users. You can sign up for an internet only plan, or if you already subscribe to the satellite radio service you can get a discount on mobile service. Sirius XM offers 7 day free trial memberships so you can test the app before signing up for a service plan.

The Android app isn’t avialable yet, but you can sign up at the Sirius XM web site to receive an email when it’s available.

The company also offers apps for BlackBerry and iPhone.

via Android Guys

Brad Linder

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One reply on “Sirius XM developing a radio app for Android”

  1. Thank Goodness!

    Incidentally, on my HTC Hero I can navigate all the way to and display the entire Online media Player for Sirius, but when you attempt to select a station, it reloads the page and does nothing.

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