TuneIn and Harman team up for producing a live streaming app with igniting connected vehicles.
you are an owner of a car then there’s great news for you because the popular audio streaming service TuneIn is tying up with Harman to produce a car-focused version of its app for the ignite connected car platform. With this integration, Harmal will now allow drivers to play music, podcast news or other audio content via this version of the TuneIn app.
Harman and TuneIn
The collaboration has been made mainly intending for automotive manufacturers who use Harman and ignite stores. It allows drivers to connect with the store to install and run the automotive version of the TuneIn app. Not only that, it’s all set to give the hands-free experience allowing drivers to command for searching songs, podcasts, news, and more. Also, this new version of TuneIn can suggest some recommended audio content based on your preference. Just like the main app version it also comes with a free one-month trial and a $10/m subscription for ad-free music.
“TuneIn is excited to be partnering with Harman to bring a unique and tailored audio experience to drivers,” TuneIn CEO Richard Stern stated.
Among the rapidly increasing competition with other streaming services like Spotify, Amazon, and Google the partnership between Harman and TuneIn is quite noticeable.
“By collaborating with TuneIn, a leader in audio streaming services, we’re delivering leading media services tailored for automotive.” Harman Ignite Store vice president Albert Jordan stated.