Earlier this year, personal radio firm Senzari announced plans to rebrand itself as Wahwah, adopting the name of the mobile startup it acquired in 2012 (Bulletin, 25-Feb-13). Now its new iPhone app appears to have gone live in the US App Store. It’s being pitched as a Songza-style service to provide streaming radio stations to suit users’ daily activities: running, cycling, driving, working and so on. Social and location features are a big part of the mix too, though: “Have ever gone jogging and did not know what to listen to? Well, with Wahwah you can see who else is jogging around you, and even around the world, and tune in to their station to listen to the music together,” explains its App Store listing. The service claims a catalogue of 15m songs, and the app is free to download.

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