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Dead service walkin'
No, you're not alone in that, but compared to the number of people who disagree with most of that, who will subscribe, you're almost alone.
 Apple has an ever expanding base of device purchasers that will by default have iTunes at their fingertips. The very worst possible scenario I could see for Apple is gaining tens of millions of subscribers, while Spotify's new subscriber base sharply declines. The price that Apple bought Beats for is going to seem like a bargain pretty quickly.
'The app has a My Music section, which has a "For You" feature that provides recommendations of artists and curated radio playlists to users. Apple Senior Vice President Eddy Cue explained that For You wasn't just algorithmically driven, that it also involved human curators.' http://mashable.com/2015/06/08/apple-music
I'm hoping they 'curate' genres with as much care as they are curating the 'young and hip' category that is Beats 1. I have hope that they launch a channel or three for multiple genres. I agree that Classical needs much love to make it work in a streaming service.
I wish they would have launched it on Keynote day.   Ready to dump Spotify.   Start with Beats 1, expand from there.   Pretty sure SiriusXM will crash and burn if they expand correctly.   Spotify, Amazon Whatever, etc are dead.
Nice, but Apple needs to steal the Green, Orange, Red traffic colors from Google, and also the bike maps.
Fantastic! Deprive Google and other ad spammers of oxygen. Can't wait!
Burning a big pile of money there.   iTunes is installed on many more devices than there will ever be Spotify subscriptions.   In 20 days I cancel Spotify and crank up Apple Music. I am not alone.
Have they been to Philadelphia yet? The coming Transit part of Apple Maps covers Philly.   Send the vans, please.
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