“Having Rivet available to even more customers in the Amazon Appstore is a great step for Rivet’s mission to be available wherever audio can be heard. We’re quickly becoming ‘The Audio of Things’ as we’d set out to do.”
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) February 09, 2015
Rivet Radio, the Smart Audio Network, is now available in the Amazon Appstore. Rivet’s personalized audio newstreams can now be heard by installing the Rivet Radio app on Fire tablets, Fire Phone, Blackberry devices and other Android devices* via the Amazon Appstore.
“The Amazon Appstore more than doubled in growth in 2014,” John MacLeod, CEO of Rivet Radio said. “Having Rivet available to even more customers in the Amazon Appstore is a great step for Rivet’s mission to be available wherever audio can be heard. We’re quickly becoming ‘The Audio of Things’ as we’d set out to do.”
In 2014, Rivet Radio began rapidly expanding its availability. Praised by Apple for being one of the “best in bite-sized news,” the app is currently available on smartphones and tablets through the Amazon Appstore, Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. Rivet can also be heard in vehicles and infotainment units from Jaguar Land Rover, Bosch Automotive Technology, Visteon, OpenCar, and Abalta. With Rivet Enterprise curated streams of news are available to businesses and is currently used by InterCall, the world’s leading teleconferencing solution.
Rivet Radio provides quality news updates from sports and science to entertainment and current events. News updates are both created exclusively in the Rivet Radio newsroom as well as through premiere partnerships with media powerhouses including The Associated Press, American Public Media, Crain’s Business and more.
Download Rivet Radio from the Amazon Appstore:
Rivet Radio is the simple and engaging Smart Audio Network for news. Listen to custom, topical playlists, designed for in-vehicle use via smartphone integration or Rivet’s auto API. Featured by Apple in “The Best in Bite-Sized News,” Rivet has grown from iPhone, Android, Amazon and car apps into a platform powering the global Audio of Things. It’s radio reimagined.