orb3000 · Jun 15, 2011 at 06:00 am

Iheartradio 3.0.3 for Gingerbread

After some members requested this application, XDA member hoovnick pointed us to Iheartradio, a streaming radio station with over 400 of America’s favorite radio stations for your Android phone. You can bookmark your favorite stations, view lyrics and enjoy on-demand content, including exclusive performances, songs and intimate vignettes from your music stars. The app was tested on 3G and Wi-Fi connections, and once it is on,when it is on, you´ll find good audio quality and uninterrupted streams.
Certaily a good option for our USA members.

Originally posted by Derek1267 and hoovnick
[Request} Iheartradio 3.0.3

They just updated to 3.0.3 for update for Gingerbread devices. My OG Droid is running CM 7 RC3 and I still can’t get the thing to download.

Can someone upload the app and link it to me please <333

Here you go

Continue to the original thread to download the app.


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