|Sep 8, 2013, 11:17 PM||#1|
I have been using iTunes radio a lot since it launched. I have noticed today that a lot of the songs that are playing on the radio stations I listen to are on the top 300 on iTunes. Do you guys think that Apple's plan of making them easier to buy while streaming is working? Or do you think they use the top songs as the main features on the stations?
Other questions; are you guys buying more while using the radio feature? Are you guys liking iTunes radio? And, are you guys getting a wide variety of songs?
Bonus question; any of you guys that listen to stations on the (old) radio getting songs from iTunes Radio over on the (old) radio?
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