Friday, March 14, 2014

Rumors about iTunes Radio Maybe a Separate App in iOS 8

According to the technology blog, 9to5Mac, says, Apple is testing its music service, iTunes Radio, in order to show it as a separate app in the next iOS version - iOS 8. This indicates that Apple is likely to let the iTunes Radio to be an important role as a separate app, not just one of the options in the iOS music application.

Perhaps the iTunes Radio will be preloaded in iOS 8 and its impressions is similar to Music application. The iOS users are able to listen to Featured Stations, create or manage their own music station and buy music and album. The 9to5Mac says, Apple had ever planed to make iTunes Radio as the single remote application of iOS 6. However, because of the transaction problems, they gave up.

Even though these rumors come from some unknown persons, Apple must consider to the new way of improving their iTunes Radio's users. There is no denying that the iTunes service runs well. Besides this, reports from Edison Research show that, 2000 visitors think the iTunes Radio is the most popular third streaming music service.

But the iTunes Radio still needs to improve. Since the online in September last year, this service has won the favors of twenty million users. Of course, compare to the six hundred million iTunes users, this number is just a drop in the sea. Except for this, iTunes Radio will face the competition from Pandora, Spotify and other similar service, and all of these services have their own proprietary application in App Store.

Apple has the history of making different functions into a separate application. The iOS Music application had ever included podcast and iTunes University, and then these two also be separated into two single remote applications.

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