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StationDigital's iOS App Now a Top 10 Free Music Download on iTunes

LOS ANGELES, March 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- LA-based Internet radio and digital broadcast platform provider StationDigital, Inc. today announced that its popular iOS app has moved into iTunes' top 10 free music downloads this week – an amazing achievement for the company, which just launched last September.  A totally free music streaming and recommendation service with a unique listener rewards program, StationDigital offers an iOS app for iPhone and iPad. The company also has apps for Android, BlackBerry and Windows.

"We've had a great month in March. Our unique music broadcasting service and our listener rewards program have really pushed StationDigital into hyper-growth mode," said Tim Roberts, CEO of StationDigital. "Moving into the top 10 on iTunes for free music app downloads is an energizing validation that StationDigital has arrived as a global brand in Internet radio. We have an outstanding team here that is totally dedicated to connecting with our users and to the ongoing improvement of our digital services. I'm very proud of what the StationDigital team has accomplished so far. This is just the beginning. As we like to say, 'Stay tuned.'"

StationDigital's top-quality digital media broadcast services and SD Rewards program make the company stand out in the burgeoning Internet broadcasting space, building brand awareness and inspiring listener loyalty. Music lovers hear playlists developed by music experts, creating playlists and stations based not only on artists, songs and genres but on themes, interests, locations and eras as well. Users vote songs up or down to tailor future playlists to their unique preferences, accessing a library of over 20 million songs. 

With the SD Rewards program, music fans can register to earn stars for listening to music using the app, logging in on Facebook Connect, sharing StationDigital with friends on social media and much more. Stars are virtual currency that users can spend on music and merchandise at the StationDigital store. The store offers more than 50 million physical and digital items users can redeem with SD Rewards program stars. 

StationDigital also allows users to create a device-agnostic portable cloud locker to store purchased media, which is great for the millions of music lovers who use multiple devices produced by different brands. Users can organize their stored media by genre, mood, trending and other categories. 

As consumers continue to demand highly customized media experiences, StationDigital will drive innovation in the space. To find out more about StationDigital, please visit www.stationdigital.com  

About StationDigital, Inc.
StationDigital is a multimedia digital broadcast company that offers free music streaming of over 23 million songs. StationDigital features both genre-based and artist-based music discovery stations to suit an endless variety of musical tastes, and a personal recommendation service to its more than three million users – all available both online and through its iOS and Android mobile apps. StationDigital's users can customize their listening experience by selecting playlists and stations based on themes, interests and location, as well as favorite artists, songs or genre, and by providing feedback on the music they hear. StationDigital also offers the industry's first Listener Rewards program in which users earn points for listening, sharing and inviting friends on social media to enjoy StationDigital. Listener Rewards points are redeemable in the StationDigital online store to purchase music, merchandise and additional discounts. StationDigital is headquartered in Los Angeles. For more information, visit www.stationdigital.com or download the StationDigital app for Android or iOS mobile devices.

SOURCE StationDigital, Inc.

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