In spite of the ubiquity of always-on Internet connections and a vast array of streaming music options, Satellite radio remains a new-car option. Satellite vendor SiriusXM is the main competitor in the space, and they’ve promised in the past to bring support for streaming their service to Windows 10 at some point–and likely as a Universal Windows App running on all relevant devices.
Now, according to a tipster over at Windows Central, it appears that SiriusXM will be keeping to their word. They’re kicking off a beta program for an upcoming Windows 10 app, and have been soliciting participants via email:
We are establishing a select group of listeners to help us test our Windows 10 app before it is released to all subscribers. We’d like to invite you to be a part of this testing experience. You will gain advance access to the latest versions of the app and have the opportunity to help shape the future of SiriusXM’s Windows 10 streaming experience.
Windows Central notes that SiriusXM provides no timetable for how long the beta program will last and when the app will hit Windows 10. However, if you’re a SiriusXM customer using Windows 10, then you should take some solace in the fact that an app will be making its way to you at some point in the future.Further reading: Apps, Music, SiriusXM, Streaming, Universal Windows App, Universal Windows Platform, Windows 10