|[December 20, 2013]
SoundHound Launches iTunes Radio Integration
SANTA CLARA, Calif. --(Business Wire)--
SoundHound Inc., the revolutionary sound search company, today announced
a new feature that enables iTunes Radio to be launched directly from the
SoundHound App on iPad, iPhone (News - Alert) and iPod touch. The feature is now live
and available to SoundHound users in the US.
"With the addition of support for iTunes Radio, SoundHound fans will be
delighted to discover that they can now launch an iTunes Radio station
seamlessly when they discover new music through SoundHound," said Katie
McMahon, Vice President, Sales and Marketing for SoundHound Inc. "We are
constantly striving to excite our users with new features that enhance
the mobile music experience."
When a SoundHound user on iPad, iPhone or iPod touch identifies and
discovers a song, they will see the iTunes Radio icon on the results
page. When tapped, an iTunes Radio station will launch based on that
artist. iTunes Radio stations will also be featured on the SoundHound
home page carousel with the "Holiday Classics" station showcased in time
for the holiday season.
The SoundHound App is available for free from the App Store on iPad,
iPhone and iPod touch, or at AppStore.com/SoundHound.
About SoundHound Inc.
SoundHound Inc. is the leading innovator in Sound Recognition and Search
technologies. Its unmatched portfolio of technologies includes the
world's fastest music and audio recognition, the world's only singing
and humming search, instant-response large scale speech recognition
systems, and automatic lyrics alignment. The SoundHound mobile
application is the only App in the world that enables two distinct sound
inputs to be recognized through a single search button. Both recorded
music and a hummed query can be identified, delighting users and friends
with the magic of capturing a song or finding a song through singing it.
SoundHound technologies are deployed globally through carrier, device
manufacturer, and automotive partnerships. SoundHound's applications,
available on all major platforms, have been downloaded by more than 185
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