Monday, February 10, 2014

Apple Began The Second Roll-Out Of iTunes Radio For iPhone, iPod, iPad, Apple TV And Mac

As you know, iTunes Radio is currently available only to U.S accounts and for the uninitiated. It allows you to listen to free streaming music through the radio based on genre or artist. Now, Apple has begun the international launch of the service from Australia. Let's check more about Apple iTune's radio after leap.

Apple has officially launched its streaming music service iTunes Radio in Australia, which thus becomes the first non - American to gain access to the service since it was launched last fall. iTunes radio can be used on iPhone , iPad, iPod touch, Mac and Apple TV: radio stations are stored on iCloud, so if you interrupt playback on a device, we can resume it in another without any problem.
Already in October the news was circulated that Apple was planning to launch iTunes Radio in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand in early 2014. Today, then the Cupertino company has launched the aforementioned program .
iTunes Radio was presented last June along with iOS 7 and it was launched in the U.S. in September. The company announced a little over a month later, the service offers streaming more than 1 billion songs to tens of millions of users. Apple has allocated substantial resources to the iTunes Radio in an attempt to ward off competition from services like Spotify and Rdio .
The music streaming service supports the commercials , except for those with a subscription to iTunes Match.

Listen To iTunes Radio From Here.

For whom who didn't get the service on their countries yet, we recommend you to wait and be patient until the service is released. Stay tuned for more coverage.