One of the original streaming music apps on Android is, of course, Slacker Radio. (We first started writing about it in November 2009.) And now on Android Auto, it’s as much a part of this platform’s future as it is its past.
Slacker — available in Google Play — dubs itself as “human-powered radio” that’s “customized by you.” (So the war between humans and machines continues here.) The free service is ad-supported. You can dish out $3.99 a month to listen to individual songs (sans ads), or $9.99 a month for full albums.