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The main dashboard

Here you can see featured content and stations in your area.

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Sign in with Facebook or e-mail

You don't need to sign in to start listening. But you do if you want to create custom stations.

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Stations from near or far

iHeartRadio offers access to more than 1,500 live stations from around the U.S.

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Favorite stations

The My Stations tab saves custom stations that you've created, so you can easily fire them up later.

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Vote your way to better playlists

Use the Thumbs-up and Thumbs-down buttons to tell iHeartRadio which songs you like and don't like.

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Artist bios

The page shown may not be all that beautiful, but the artist bios available on iHeartRadio are still a nice touch.

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Lyrics

Again, the screen shown isn't very attractive, but you have to admit, having lyrics available is hugely convenient.

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Discover new tunes

With the Discovery Tuner, you can tell iHeartRadio to mix in obscure tracks with more-mainstream hits.

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iHeartRadio puts you to sleep (in a good way)

With the Sleep Timer, you can set iHeartRadio to shut off after anywhere from 15 minutes to 3 hours of playback.

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