It's finally here! SiriusXM On Demand has launched, ushering the satellite radio service into the 21st century. The company's promised library of 200 shows and 2,000 hours of programming are online and available for subscribers to stream at their leisure. Access is free for existing subscribers, and available through the web or the SiriusXM apps on iOS. App users can even download shows for offline playback (which we believe makes them podcasts). Now you'll never need to miss another allegedly hilarious episode of Opie & Anthony again. Though, you might be a better person if you did. Check out the PR after the break for a few more details.
Tried to use the app when I first got my phone. It wouldn't work, big surprise. Just downloaded and tried it again and it's great! I'm loving the on demand option. I'm always a few days behind on the show and now I don't have to waste phone memory keeping a weeks worth of show on it.
It's seems super quick too but I'm using the work wifi. Hopefully it's the same with 4g.
Looks like after many years I actually have a reason to give that company money.
You snoozed, you lost I guess. I got the six month deal for free. I didn't renew my online feed last time since I'm never home anymore and the app used to suck. Now I've got both and the new app finally is usable.