The SiriusXM satellite radio service could be heading to Windows 10 on both PC and mobile platforms. An email sent to a customer from a SiriusXM rep stated the company is working on a universal app for Microsoft's OS that could launch sometime in 2016.

As posted by Reddit user "proneto911", the email specifically stated:

"Yes, we are currently developing a SiriusXM Streaming app to support Windows 10. The app will be available in 2016 for Windows 10 smartphones, tablets and computers."

Launched in 2007 as a result of the merger of Sirius and XM, the paid ad-free radio service currently has 29 million subscribers. While the service currently has over 150 channels, it is perhaps best known as the home of The Howard Stern Show, featuring the self-proclaimed "King of all Media". Stern recently signed a new 12-year agreement with SiriusXM which includes a deal to continue hosting his show on the service for the next five years.

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Source: Reddit; Via: WMPU