iHeartRadio's on-demand music streaming went live as a beta service on mobile last month. On Thursday, both  iHeartRadio Plus and iHeartRadio All Access services is finally out of beta testing and is available to download on mobile, desktop and select consumer compatible devices. 

Though late to the streaming music game, iHeartRadio brought Napster’s music library to power iHeartRadio All Access service for $9.99 per month. iHeartRadio’s All Access package offers users the ability to save tracks for offline listening and to create personalized playlists. For $4.99 per month, the iHeartRadio Plus plan is similar to Pandora as it allows users unlimited skips, save songs from the radio and jump to any song in the library. You’ll have instant access to local radio stations so you can keep up with your favorite radio personalities. 

To get started, you’ll need to start your 30 day free trial at iHeartRadio.com. Once you do this - you’ll instantly be able to replay and save music from your favorite radio stations.