Apple finally, iTunes Radio, and the social Web approves.
Social media analytics company NetBase found that 94 percent of social media users had positive comments about iTunes Radio following the product's release during Apple's WWDC developers conference on Monday, which means only 6 percent had negative comments.
The streaming service, which is tied into Apple's popular ecosystem, was highly discussed in the media in recent weeks asand .
I'm sorry pandora, you were just eating up space on my iPhone. Thanks to iTunes Radio, I have more space! :)#Sorrrryy!— Eberle S. Oani (@eoani) June 11, 2013
Don't even need Pandora anymore. ?? ~*iTunes Radio*~ twitter.com/oceanatomy/sta...— Katia (@oceanatomy) June 11, 2013
While Pandora users were happy to jump ship, there was definitely more resistance from Spotify users:
Also, even though I'm all Apple, all the time, I refuse to switch from Spotify to iTunes Radio.— Kayla Prasek (@kprasek) June 11, 2013
1) Doesn't iTunes Radio have all the songs from iTunes library? ?? 2) Why isn't there an on-demand feature in it like Spotify? ?? #iOS7— Tarun Atrey (@TarunAtrey) June 11, 2013
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