New files possibly pointing to a forthcoming, Apple streaming radio service – or at least new functionality – have been discovered in the iPad’s file system. The files include a button icon with a picture that resembles a radio tower, similar to one which used to be found in iTunes.
To understand the future you have to understand the folks who will populate it, especially those folks coming into demos that matter – and those are the so-called Millennials, the 76 million Americans born between 1978 and 2000 who today are between 12 and 34 or so.
Berlin-based online radio outfit Aupeo has launched an app to bring high-quality streaming music to the iPad.
Courtesy of the Guardian Shuffler.fm is the latest music website to set its sights on iPad-owning music fans, unveiling a revamped version on Tuesday, while submitting a native app to Apple for approval….
If you grew up in the 80s or earlier, you’ll likely remember making mixtapes from the radio. Today, the advances in technology have eliminated the need to record using analog tapes but for those of us who miss the old-school process, there’s a way to fill the void.
The BBC’s Geoff Marshall has just stated, in a Tweet, that the iPlayer app for the iPad will be available this Thursday, February 10th.
It appears iPad users are prepared to compromise. While the majority said ads detract from their enjoyment of their Apple device, as many would be prepared to accept advertising for free or lower-cost content.