And it was two days ago, but a guy gets caught up in things and time speeds on ahead. Anyway, it's reportedly due out in the fall, and it's basically an extension of iTunes Match, as in it's free and sans advertisements if you already use Match, and ad-supported if you don't. Show More Summary
iTunes Radio will display links on the lock screen through which users can purchase the song that’s being played, via iTunes. The link is currently being displayed in iOS 7 beta 1 to those who’re not iTunes Match subscribers. Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
Apple is finally entering the internet radio service and there’s Led Zeppelin included. Why is this significant? Well, as of now, iTunes is the only streaming radio service to secure the rights to Led Zeppelin tunes and they’ve also managed to include major recording labels like Warner, Universal, and Sony. Show More Summary
Apple announced iTunes Radio today, a new internet radio service that is built into the Music app in iOS 7. The new feature offers music discovery through featured and genre stations provided by Apple or through the creation of new stations...Show More Summary
Apple has just announced their heavily rumored radio streaming service, iTunes Radio live from WWDC 2013. iTunes Radio will tie directly into the Music app. The service will be free, but ad-based, unless you have an iTunes Match subscription, where you'll be excused from listening to ads. Show More Summary
Apple announced iTunes Radio, the company’s long-rumored streaming music service. iTunes Radio is a free, ad-supported service, and it’s ad-free for iTunes Match users. The Pandora-esque service lets users choose featured music stations, or create their own stations based on specific artists. Show More Summary
Apple is launching its own music subscription service dubbed iTunes Radio to compete with Pandora. The service will be free and ad-supported, with an ad-free toer for iTunes Match subscribers.
Apple has introduced its iTunes Radio, its new music service built right into the Music app on iOS devices. With the application, users can create their own station, look at... Keep reading ?
While iTunes Match is a great way to have access to your entire music library from anywhere with an Internet connection, some users with large libraries may be overwhelmed by the sheer quantity of content displayed in the iOS Music app. Show More Summary
Today's definitely a big day for Tumblr: there's a refreshed iOS app in the iTunes Store! And, well, a bit of other news, too. But you'll hear plenty more about that later -- for now, it's all about mobile. The blogging platform just...Show More Summary
Apple's investments in television and movie content don't match up with the popularity of its services. For example, iTunes and iCloud came out on top in a recent study of digital lockers performed by Strategy Analytics. For a company...Show More Summary
Fans of the iTunes 11 mini-player will be excited for the newest version of the jailbreak tweak MiniPlayer. The 2.0 update brings a newly-redesigned interface that better matches the iTunes version, as well as the ability to dock it on either side of the screen. The docked player can be moved up or down the [...]
The recently released iTunes 10.6 has plenty of notable new features, including support for 1080p video and some tweaks to iTunes Match. But many music lovers will appreciate one new feature in particular: In the past, you could automatically convert songs with a high bit-rate to a more manageable 128 kbps when syncing them to an iPod or iOS device. Show More Summary
As the iTunes Guy for Macworld, I get many emails about problems with iTunes Match. With iTunes Match nearly 18 months old, it surprises me that such problems are still so widespread. When Apple expanded iTunes Match in January 2013 to 112 countries, I was surprised it did so without fixing any of the bugs associated with the service. Show More Summary
Smart playlists are the sole reason for my iTunes loyalty. I stick with the software through each and every frustrating, bloated update because I've yet to find another music player that can match the fine-tuning of smart playlists that's possible in iTunes. Read more...
Twitter has released a new service called #music which uses tweets and artists' Twitter accounts to help users discover more artists that match their tastes. The service uses iTunes to deliver short previews of each song along with a link to purchase, and you can also connect your Spotify or Rdio accounts to listen to full tracks that way instead. Show More Summary
In this week’s installment, the iTunes Guy looks at renaming files, syncing iOS devices wirelessly, matching music ripped from vinyl, and a couple of questions about tags and file names. Q: I’ve set up iTunes to sync my iPhone and iPad wirelessly. Show More Summary
Transferring music in iTunes from computer to iPhones became easier when the iTunes Match feature was launched. However, as often is the case, in an effort to make tech easier and more convenient, it got more confusing. That's what happened when I wanted to delete songs on my iPhone to free up memory so I could download more apps. Show More Summary
iTunes Match lets you access your music library from any Mac and any iOS device, as long as you are authenticated to each one. It uses the power of iCloud to see what music tracks you own, so you don’t have to sync each individual track to each device like the olden days. With iTunes [...]Show More Summary
According to a report from Strategy Analytics (via Engadget) Apple's iCloud and iTunes Match are the most frequently used cloud media services, with a combined usage total of 27%. To get its numbers, Strategy Analytics asked 2,300 Americans...Show More Summary