The app is compatible with more than 30 devices, including of course Samsung's Galaxy branded smartphones and tablets. Samsung announced its latest smartwatch a day before, along with another new version, the Gear 2 Neo, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The watches are due out globally starting in April.
Gear 2 will serve as a remote control for the content you hear via the iHeartRadio app. From your wrist, you'll be able to access favorite live and custom stations, save favorites, scan live stations, skip and pause songs, and rate songs with a thumbs up or thumbs down. iHeartRadio covers more than 1,500 live stations, as well as the ability to create custom stations from more than 450,000 artists and more than 18 million songs. You'll be able to view album art on the watch display.