iHeartRadio was already available on Windows 8.1, so with Windows 10 the app gets a new update that supports Microsoft’s Cortana. The iHeartRadio app can already stream music and radio stations as usual, but with Cortana you can shout commands (or type them). With Windows 10 you’ll also find Live Tiles support so that you can see your recently played tracks and favorite stations in the Start Menu. Hopefully with the new update, iHeartRadio can attract more user via PC, tablet & Windows 10 Mobile.
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