The Verge interviewed co-founder Seth Goldstein, and were told that the company is hard at work on the Android version of their popular DJ-slash-Internet radio application. Goldstein says that the company is looking to expand internationally as well, and The Verge is assuming that the service will be heading to the UK and Canada before it launches anywhere else. Despite the popularity of the service while it was available in Japan, Goldstein says that the country might be the hardest market to crack.

[Source: The Verge]