Ichiban: Sirius XM Android App now available

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Well well well! Sirius XM just released its Android App. As you can see here, I’ve downloaded it and it works. Channel 202 = the only channel that matters.

If you’re familiar with the satellite radio company’s iPhone or BlackBerry Apps, then you’ll feel right at home with the Android one. You simply tell Sirius XM to send you an e-mail with the link to the App, you click said link, it downloads, then you launch. Or you can just go to siriusxm.com/android on your phone’s browser. When you start it up you’re greeted with a login screen. Put in your username and password and off you go.

Remember that not all of Sirius XM’s channels are available for mobile streaming because of contractual issues. But again, so long as 202 is there I’m happy. Frankly, that could be the only channel Sirius XM offers and I’d still be happy.

Even though it’s not on the list of supported phones, that right there is the Motorola Devour. Your Droids and Nexus Ones and Droid Incredibles will work just fine with the App.

I think that’s about it. Any questions?

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