The Good: With iHeartRadio, you can access more than 1,500 live stations from around the U.S., as well as the service's library of more than 15 million songs. The best part, though, is that custom stations are ad-free. The Bad: No pause, rewind, or record controls. The Bottom Line: The best free streaming-radio app on the market, iHeartRadio takes some of (but not all) the best features from TuneIn Radio Pro and combines them with Pandora-like functionality. Editors' note, July 8, 2015: See CNET's guide to Internet radio services for a more up-to-date evaluation of this service, along with an analysis of how it compares to competitors.Think of iHeartRadio as a sort of Pandora-TuneIn-Radio hybrid. It lets you stream live radio from more than 1,500 stations around the country and create custom stations based on a song or artist. And did I mention that the custom stations are all ad-free? Just sign in with an e-mail address or Facebook account to get started.Similar to TuneIn Radio, iHeartRadio offers live streaming of AM\/FM radio stations from all over the U.S. If you're searching for your favorite local station, chances are good that you'll find it. The app includes everything from pop, country, rock, electronic, and hip-hop, to talk and college stations. From the Live Stations tab, you can browse by city or genre, or look at a list of only stations that are located near you. The Talk Radio section also presents options including News and Talk, Public Radio, and Sports stations. While you're listening to a live station, you can hit the scan button to have the app jump to a similar offering, even from other parts of the country. Think of this as a more targeted version of the Scan button on your car stereo.