Apple has recently announced the availability of iTunes Radio to folks who are living Down Under (that would be Australia for the geographically challenged), a region where gamers recently gained access to Pokemon Bank and Pokemon Transporter as well. Just what is iTunes Radio? It happens to be a free Internet radio service that features more than 100 stations which has an incredible catalog of music that hails from the iTunes Store, where it will also be merged with features that only iTunes is capable of delivering. Should you tune into iTunes Radio on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, PC or Apple TV, you will be able to gain access to stations that have been inspired by the music that you already listen to, Featured Stations curated by Apple and genre-focused stations which have been specially personalized just for you.
iTunes Radio will evolve itself depending on the kind of music that you play and download. Basically, if you happen to use iTunes Radio and iTunes more and more, it will know you better, and just like a good marriage that ages over time, iTunes Radio might seem psychic even eventually as it sends you to tunes that jive with your ears. Not only that, iTunes Radio will also open up the doorway so that you can gain access to exclusive “First Play” premieres from top selling artists, in addition to the ability to tag or purchase anything that you hear with but a single click. [Press Release]
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