Slacker announces iPad app, free service in Canada

Slacker Personal Radio is coming to the iPad in an all new, all optimized app that lets you sit back, put your feed up, and browse and enjoy music on the big, bold screen. Want more? Well, if you're in Canada they're also launching the same free service they've had before in the US. You'll still be able to go premium but if you just want to try out some ad supported content, you've got it.

We had a chance to talk to them about their iPad app live from CES 2011, so check out the video and let us know what you think.

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Slacker announces iPad app, free service in Canada

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Slacker announces iPad app, free service in Canada

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Slacker is way better than Pandora. I don't understand why everyone thinks Pandora is like the second coming of Internet radio. Pandora repeats songs and artists over and over, and it ignores when you ban songs or artists.

I hope Slacker's iPad app supports landscape mode. Would love to just permently flush mount my old 1st gen iPad in my car after the 2nd gen iPads come out.