One of the things I like to do is stream new music while I'm working and if I hear something I like I go tag it to review later or buy it. It seems one of the highly touted features of Apple Music and/or iTunes Store is the ability to take into consideration what you like to listen to and make recommendations. In iTunes there is a "For You" section but this seems to just recommend pre-existing playlists tied to certain genre's or artists, not really a list of recommended songs. Also there is a "New" section that has a sub-section "Music You Need To Hear" which appears to just be albums and does not appear to be very specifically tailored to my listening habits but has *some* correlation. In the iTunes store you have "My Recommended Music" which takes you to a screen title "Genius Recommendations" which has albums on the left and a list of songs on the right. In neither of these three areas is there a way to simpley "Play All" and start streaming everything. This leaves you having to manually go through each album and/or single. I don't know about you but I don't have the time to sit in front of items all day and go through several hundred recommended songs. I'd rather just have them streamed to me while I'm working. Apple was always thought to be an innovative so I'm a bit perplexed that this feature is seemingly missing!? From usefulness perspective it seems like a no-brainer feature to include. Ideally, I'd love Apple to just stream to me only new releases that "Genius" thinks I'll like based on my listening history and genre/artist preference. I'm hoping I'm just missing something.