Apple has released iTunes Radio, a free Internet radio service featuring over 200 stations from the iTunes Store.
When a user tunes into iTunes Radio on their iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, PC or Apple TV, they will have access to stations inspired by the music already listen to, Featured Stations curated by Apple and genre-focused stations that are personalised. iTunes Radio evolves based on the music you play and download. The more you use iTunes Radio and iTunes, the more it knows what you like to listen to and the more personalised your experience becomes. iTunes Radio also gives you access to exclusive ‚”first listen‚” premieres from top selling artists, Siri integration, plus the ability to tag or buy anything you hear with just one click.
‚”iTunes Radio is a great way to listen to personalised radio stations which have been created just for the user,‚” said Eddy Cue, Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software and Services. ‚”It’s the music you love most and the music you’re going to love, and you can easily buy it from the iTunes Store with just one click.‚”
iTunes Radio offers music fans access to thousands of new songs every week, as well as serving up exclusive music from new and popular artists before you hear them anywhere else. Whether it’s an exclusive single from an up-and-coming band or a pre-release stream of an entire album, iTunes Radio has it all. iTunes Radio will also be home to special events including live streams direct from the iTunes Festival in London and other exclusive iTunes Sessions.
iTunes Radio will offer you an incredibly personalised experience on day one based on your listening history and past purchases from iTunes. In addition, if you’re listening to a song you like from iTunes Radio or your music library you will be able to have a station built around those. It’s easy to create and customise stations based on whatever you want to hear. Search for artists, songs, or genres, and iTunes Radio will instantly build a station around your choice.
Let Siri make your listening experience even more fun. Ask Siri ‚”Who plays that song?‚” or ‚”Play more like this‚” and Siri will make it happen. Say something like ‚”Play Jazz Radio‚” or ask for any of your existing favourite stations and genres. Shape your stations by telling Siri what you like and don’t like, or tell Siri to pause, stop or skip. You can also have Siri add songs to your Wish List to download later.
iTunes Radio is ad-supported and free for everyone. iTunes Match users get iTunes Radio ad-free, so instead of hearing the occasional ad on iTunes Radio, iTunes Match makes your listening completely ad-free. With iTunes Match, all your music‚Äîeven songs you’ve imported from CDs‚Äîare stored in iCloud. So iTunes Radio can use information about your entire music collection to make your stations even more personalised.
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