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WWDC: Apple finally announces iTunes Radio streaming service

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 10 Jun 2013 14:58

WWDC: Apple finally announces iTunes Radio streaming service After a busy WWDC keynote, Apple has finally confirmed the worst kept secret in the world, its iTunes Radio streaming music service.
The service will directly compete with Pandora, Spotify, Google Play All Access and Rdio in offering unlimited music.

iTunes Radio is free with ads, and if you're an iTunes Match subscriber, it's completely free, which should give it leverage against other services that charge a monthly fee. iTunes Match is $25 per year and converts all your existing music to iTunes AAC copies.

The new service is built into iOS 7, iTunes on OS X, and AppleTV, so almost all Apple fans will have access. The service has millions of tracks from Sony Music, Warner Music and Universal Music.

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