iHeartRadio introduces All Access
Being able to collect music as you listen to the radio isn't entirely new. Different streaming apps provide various methods of accomplishing this.
Now one popular app that had not previously offered this option is getting in on the game. iHeartRadio is introducing its version, called All Access. The service claims it's the first to allow this option for listening to terrestrial radio.
iHeartRadio says "you will be able to hear a song on your favorite radio station, like Z100 or Alt 98.7, and instantly save it to a playlist, replay songs, take the music from your favorite stations offline, enjoy unlimited skips and play any song on demand from our library of 30 million tracks".
The company claims all of this was designed based on direct user feedback asking for it. The service even takes the time to post the specific comments asking for each, including the user IDs to thank them.
This isn't all available right this moment, but will be rolling out in the coming months.