updated 12:05 pm EDT, Fri May 28, 2010
Sirius XM hits most US Android phones today
After a brief teaser last month, Sirius XM for Android has launched on Android Market. The app provides Internet streaming of most Sirius and XM channels, and in its official release supports many more phones than promised. Along with the Droid Incredible, it should support many pre-2.0 Android phones, including the Cliq and G1 along with newer phones like the Motorola Droid, Nexus One, and Hero variants like Sprint's or the Droid Eris.
The app is free and comes with a week-long trial of service, but use afterwards requires a Premium Online subscription, which for existing Sirius or XM subscribers costs $3 on top of the regular plan. Listeners should also have the option of listening strictly online at a higher (but unpublished) rate. BlackBerry and iPhone owners already have their own apps. [images via Justin Williams]