With early adopters lining up to order Apple’s new iPad, StreamTheWorld, a technology and services company serving online broadcasters, will launch a new radio application tailor-made for the pioneering tablet computer.
“StreamTheWorld will unveil its native iPad application at the 2010 NAB Show,” said Jean-Philippe Gauthier, vice president, product management & development. The world’s largest electronic media show will take place in Las Vegas April 10 to 15.
In addition, all earlier iPhone and iPod Touch applications developed by StreamTheWorld, which have already been downloaded over a million times, will be available for the iPad. Combining the capabilities of a laptop and a smartphone, the iPad lets users read books and newspapers, surf websites, do email, listen to music, share photos, watch videos, and much more.
“The iPad is another smart, nimble, groundbreaking product from Apple,” said Jean-Philippe Gauthier, “and it will appeal in particular to heavy content users. In keeping with StreamTheWorld’s commitment to provide a topnotch user experience for our customers, we are pleased to have developed this application for the ‘dream device’ that has kept the radio industry in North America and Europe abuzz for months now.”