No, you don’t need Tidal for this one. Unlike Beyoncé’s Tidal launch of her newest album, Drake went directly to Apple for his latest release. Views, the new 20-track album that also includes hit single “Hotline Bling,” can be purchased on iTunes straight away, or streamed on Apple Music if you’re a subscriber. The album will be an Apple exclusive for one week, Drake confirmed. More →
This brand new Android threat might not affect a large number of users, but it deserves some attention considering its ingenuity. Unlike other malware threats that need to fool the user to install them, this new ransomware-like attack does it automatically, without the owner of the handset knowing what’s happening. Ironically, after locking down the handset, the program demands payment in iTunes gift cards. But thankfully, there is a way to deal with it. More →
The Chinese government decided to ban two iTunes products which may be detrimental to Apple’s continued success in the country, its second-largest market after America. China wants to encourage local products and business that rival Apple’s iTunes Movies and iBooks Store, which is why Apple users in the region won’t be able to purchase or rent movies and buy books from Apple anymore. More →
It’s hardly a surprise when we see lawmakers or government bodies make completely asinine decisions when it comes to new technologies. A recent ruling from the UK High Court, however, sets a new bar for utter stupidity.
New movies are released on Blu-ray and as digital downloads every week, and this week has some particularly big releases in store for film lovers. A few big box office performers including Jupiter Ascending, Focus and The Sponge Bob Movie: Sponge Out of Water can all be counted among them, and there some more solid titles to enjoy this week as well. More →
Cord cutting was once a distant dream, but now it’s a reality for an increasing number of consumers tired of overpaying for a pay TV package. Thanks to the growing number of streaming movie and TV services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video and more, it’s getting easier each day to cut the cord without missing too much.
The problem, however, is that it can often be difficult to find what you’re looking for on all of these streaming services. Thankfully, one nifty web app is looking to simplify the searching process. More →
Apple is developing it’s own iTunes music streaming service, and that’s not exactly a secret considering that it already owns Beats Music. But Business Insider has learned more details about this secret music project and suggests the company is preparing a massive overhaul for its iconic iTunes service in the process. More →
We’re all in agreement that 16GB models don’t belong in flagship lineups anymore, but it’s the reality we live in, and one that many iPhone users are faced with on a daily basis. One of the most frustrating things about having so little space is the paltry amount of music you can fit on your phone.
Thankfully, Business Insider has put together a quick guide to show you how to make your music take up a lot less room. More →
A few days ago, Apple has made a significant change to its iTunes stores in European Union countries, introducing a new 14-day no-questions-asked refund period in all these EU markets. That effectively means EU customers buying paid content from the App Store, can ask for their money back in case they end up hating an iOS or iPhone app. However, the new refund policy can apparently be abused because users can both ask for their money back and still keep the app. More →
Apple’s iTunes is already a hugely popular digital content source for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Windows users, and things might get even better for European iTunes account holders, CNET reports. The iPhone maker has been forced to update its iTunes terms of service in order to add a “14-day, no-questions-asked return policy for all content purchased through iTunes, the App Store and iBooks,” as the publication puts it. More →