Hello! There are many questions you may have regarding AOL Radio powered by Slacker. Below is a collection of frequently asked questions.
- How do I access the AOL Radio web player?
- Do I need to register for AOL Radio?
- How do I get the new AOL Radio app for iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad app?
- Will AOL Radio continue to be free?
- Is a paid version of AOL Radio available?
- Is service available for dial-up users?
- How do I submit questions or feedback?
- What stations are available?
- How do I set a station as a favorite?
- How do I set a song as a favorite?
- Is there a blog I can follow?
- How can I sign up for the AOL Radio newsletter?
You will access the web player from AOLRadio.com using any web browser.
NOTE: Registering allows us to remember your favorite stations, songs and custom stations. This information will not be shared with third parties and is used for ad targeting only.
If you already have the AOL Radio app for iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad installed, you will have to upgrade in order to keep listening to AOL Radio stations. You can do so through the iTunes app store on your computer or mobile device.
Yes. AOL Radio is free; however, there are options to upgrade to one of our paid premium options, which allows you to listen to AOL Radio ad-free with unlimited skipping as well as on-demand listening.
Yes. Listeners will have the option to subscribe to one of two premium services:
- Radio Plus - For $3.99, you will receive ad-free radio, unlimited song skipping and offline listening for your mobile device.
- Premium Radio - For $9.99, you will receive all of the benefits of Radio Plus as well as the ability to create playlists, enjoy on demand listening, and save stations on your mobile phone so you can listen without an internet connection.
Unfortunately, because if the high quality and extensive functionality of AOL Radio powered by Slacker, the service will not work if you are on a dial-up connection.
Because we still want you to enjoy free internet radio, we suggest visiting SHOUTcast Radio, which features 45,000 stations from around the world.
You can use our feedback form to ask questions or send us comments.
For a list of all current AOL Radio stations and corresponding genres please visit aolradioblog.
To set a station as a favorite, click the Heart icon next to the station name at the top of the player. If the heart turns yellow, that station has been stored as a "Favorite Station" on the left menu of the player.
To remove a station as a favorite, unclick the Heart icon next to the station name when it is playing.
If you hear a song that you like, click on the Heart icon in the Now Playing window to remember that song. Whenever you listen to a station that offers this song, the song will play more frequently.
Yes. For more information and updates about AOL Radio powered by Slacker, you can follow our blog at aolradioblog.
To be the first to receive updates on music, news and much more, sign up for the AOL Radio newsletter by visiting s.aolradio.com/join/signup.