If you already own the Pocket Tunes Radio app ($9.99) for iPhone, you'll notice a great leap forward with their 5.2 update which has recently added support for Web-based stations including Sirius Satellite Radio. The update enables users to access web based Internet stations that typically require a PC rather than a mobile device. Pocket Tunes could be the perfect gap filler until Sirius/XM deliver their own app.
I gave Pocket Tunes a test drive with Sirius Radio and the results were stellar listening to music channels at 128kbps. The process on the first time thorough is a tad long, but after signing in your information is saved allowing instant access on repeat visits. You must have a paid subscription to Sirius Internet Radio to use this feature with Pocket Tunes.
There are roughly (8) steps to glory but the effort is worth it for the payoff. I was listening to Howard Stern and then quickly moved onto several other music stations with ease. Pocket Tunes Radio is a powerful app that offers a huge variety of station options for iPhone and iPod touch users at $9.99. The addition of web based Internet stations like Sirius just made this app all the more appealing.
The NormSoft website has posted all of the mission critical steps [link] to access Sirius Satellite Radio along with screenshots for both US and Canadian Sirius radio users to follow. If you've been asking the question; "Can I play Sirius Satellite Radio on Pocket Tunes Radio?", the answer is yes you can. Big thanks to Todd at NiceMac for the tip.