At WWDC, Apple has finally launched their newest service under the Music app called iTunes Radio. This means iTunes Radio is not a separate app, but a feature included in their iOS devices’ Music app.
Now people cannot help but benchmark it along with other similar related applications like Google Play, Pandora or Spotify. Like those, iTunes Radio has all the makings of a typical cloud-based music streaming service.
You choose from a category like Alternative, Rock, Christian, Pop or Classic Rock. But you can also launch a station from an artist springboard. Say you choose Justin Timberlake Radio, then you’ll a stream of songs similar to the genre that a Justin Timberlake track belongs to. Continue reading When Will iTunes Radio Launch in the Philippines?→
It’s a feather in the cap for Blazin100.com to have their station featured on the iTunes Radio list. And they’re even more proud that they are the first Filipino-operated Top 40 internet-based (not FM) station (that is broadcasting from the Philippines and not abroad) that is on the list.
So what is iTunes Radio? It’s a list of internet radio stations from different countries. You can find this list by downloading the iTunes 10 software that is totally free. On the left panel, under the Library section, you see a “Radio” tab.
The stations are categorized by genre like Rock, Classic, Reggae and Top 40 or stations that play current hits.
Applying for iTunes Radio wasn’t easy. A team from the Apple-owned entity reviews the station based on a set of criteria. And the station must pass the strict streaming quality requirement. Because of Blazin100.com’s high quality sound, the station made it to the list.
For Filipinos here or abroad who love the Top 40 sound of a Philippine broadcaster, they now have more options to listen to Blazin100.com, aside from its on-site Adobe Flash radio player.