SEATTLE, Dec. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- On the heels of several new partner announcements aimed at driving long-term company growth, music streaming service Napster today announced a new partnership with iHeartRadio to power its upcoming on-demand streaming service, iHeartRadio All Access Powered By Napster. Napster also rolled out enhancements to its award-winning mobile product, to bring more music to fans around the world. "At Napster, our focus is on partnering with companies across verticals that share the same passion for creating great customer experiences and powering emotional connections every day," Mike Davis, Napster CEO said. "Adding iHeart to our portfolio of world-class partners is an honor. We're excited to work with iHeart and other industry partners including UMG, Sony WEA and the indie music label community to help grow the proliferation of streaming music and reach more people with music beyond our traditional D2C business." As part of its new deal with iHeartRadio, Napster will power the technical backend infrastructure for iHeartRadio All Access, one of two new on-demand streaming services announced at iHeartRadio Music Festival 2016 in September. Available now in beta on iOS and Android devices, the two new services will be fully available on mobile and desktop in January 2017. "We're excited to launch our new services in beta today and introduce on-demand features and functionality to the mass market like no other service available," said Darren Davis, President of iHeartRadio. "The Napster team is a great partner for us, and with their technology capabilities, scalability of their platform, flexibility and deep knowledge, we can deliver a best in-class on-demand music streaming service to our hundreds of millions of listeners across the country."