Apple Answers Questions About iTunes Radio

FAQ document details the nuts and bolts of Apple’s music streaming service

  iTunes Radio demo
Apple customers looking to get acquainted with the company’s new music-streaming service, iTunes Radio, now have a handy reference guide to use for any questions they may want answered.

Apple customers looking to get acquainted with the company’s new music-streaming service, iTunes Radio, now have a handy reference guide to use for any questions they may want answered.

In what is essentially a FAQ on Apple’s Support site, a KB article dubbed “Common questions about iTunes Radio” lays out everything there is to know about the music service, including stuff like skipping songs, repeating playback, fast-forwarding, ads and ad skipping, and so on.

Here’s one interesting tidbit from the documentation. According to Apple, “Similar to a radio station, a song on iTunes Radio is played in real time; however, with iTunes Radio, you can skip up to six songs per hour on a station.”

For the full scoop, head over to Apple’s Support site.

iTunes Radio is a free, ad-supported service which comes with iOS 7 and iTunes 11. It competes with Pandora Radio, and has a pro-level version which allows customers to skip ads altogether by purchasing an iTunes Match subscription.

Comments