Apple Launches iTunes Radio in Australia

Internet music streaming service available free of charge

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Apple is now officially offering its free Internet music service, iTunes Radio, to Australian customers, featuring over 100 stations and genre-focused music tailored for every user.

Apple is now officially offering its free Internet music service, iTunes Radio, to Australian customers, featuring over 100 stations and genre-focused music tailored for every user.

In a press release, the Cupertino giant said, “Apple today announced iTunes Radio is now available to music fans in Australia.”

Offerings include new songs every week, exclusive music from new and popular artists (before they air on TV and regular radio stations), special events, live streams, and more.

Apple says, “Whether it’s an exclusive single from an up-and-coming band or a pre-release stream of an entire album, iTunes Radio has it all.”

The service is free with ads or you can use it ad-free with an iTunes Match subscription, which you can renew annually.

iTunes Match also lets you store all your music in the cloud and “iTunes Radio can use information about your entire music collection to make your stations even more personalized,” Apple reveals.

Requirements include either an iOS device or a new version of iTunes on your Mac or PC.

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