Don't-Miss Streaming Media Stories
iTunes users no longer have a free, built-in way to stream their songs from a Mac to iPhones and iPads.
If you're meticulous about your music library, you should seriously consider not upgrading to iTunes 12.2 until the quirks are fixed.
Don't understand how iTunes Match, Apple Music, and iCloud Music Library work together? Here are the differences of these music services from Apple.
The Purple One's Apple Music absence now makes sense.
Can't decide on the best way to send audio from your phone to your sound system? Now you don't have to.
Apple's new Music app brings streaming playlists to your watch.
Now you can watch 60fps YouTube videos on your mobile device, as well as your PC.
Siri integration, a 24-hour live radio station, music videos, and tailored recommendations prove Apple isn't messing around when it comes to Music.
Finally, you can make a comprehensive playlist of late 70's and 80's rock thanks to AC/DC landing on streaming services like Rdio and Spotify.
Apple Music will let you upload your own tracks to fill in the gaps.
America's pop princess decided to withhold her latest album from Apple Music over royalty payments.
Musicians who are waiting for the streaming service's free three-month trial to end before signing on won't be punished, Apple says.
A once-popular iOS podcast client is going away. We round up alternatives including Overcast, Downcast, Castro, Pocket Casts, and Apple's own Podcasts app.
After the free trial, Apple will split the revenue 70/30—the streaming industry standard.
Plug in a few artists you like, and Spotify will take you back to similar tunes from another era.