Livio Internet-Radio App available for Pioneer's App Radio, woo

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Livio Internet-Radio App available for Pioneer's App Radio, woo
In "bolting the stable door two days after the CES horse has bolted news," in-car radio company Livio just officially announced that you'll be able to get the app on Pioneer's AppRadio 2 car stereo (announced Monday). Since one of our gripes with the initial AppRadio was its lack of additional apps, we'll happily take everything more we can get on the $500 in-car-entertainment system of choice. The shortest PR we've seen this week is available after the break, too.
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Livio Car Internet Radio App Now Available for Pioneer AppRadio™

Livio Radio Turns up the Volume on Automotive Integrations for 2012

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Livio Radio today announces the Livio Car Internet Radio app is now available for in-dash streaming via the AppRadio™ car stereo from Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc., which was announced Monday at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show.

Pioneer's revolutionary AppRadio is the first in-vehicle product designed to utilize the processing power, storage capacity, network connectivity and apps of the iPhone 4 and 4S as the primary source, allowing users to control compatible apps from the convenience of its multi-touch, capacitive touchscreen display.

"We're all about getting apps into cars with more music and less work," said Livio Radio founder and CEO, Jake Sigal. "Getting the Livio Car Internet Radio App in Pioneer's AppRadio™ is a great example of that and we're proud to show it off at CES."

Demonstrations of the Livio Car Internet Radio App on the Pioneer AppRadio are being held in the North Hall of the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show at the Livio Radio booth #2806 and the Pioneer booth #1101.
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