Apple’s much-hyped Beats 1 radio station sprang to life Tuesday morning, and will feature 24/7 programming, with live DJs and interviews. You can’t skip tracks on Beats 1—it works just like terrestrial or satellite radio, all you can do is turn it on or off. Tap the Now Playing strip to see the name of the band and song, and you’ll be able to tap a heart to favorite the track. Tap the share button to share either the song or the station, and tap the ellipses button for the rest of the options. You can start a new streaming station based on that track (that would be a Pandora-style station where you can skip tracks), or add them to the My Music collection, to a playlist… or, of course, buy them on iTunes. (If you don’t see those options for a song, it’s not in Apple Music yet—darn licensing agreements.)
The Radio tab has Pandora-style radio stations with no DJs too. You are allowed to skip tracks, heart tracks, add them to playlists or My Music, share them, or see them in the iTunes Store.