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We showed you how to listen to Beats 1 with the current version of iTunes, but what if you don’t want to use iTunes? Or Music app on your iOS device? That’s easy… you can listen to Beats 1 on your favorite 3rd party internet radio app – if it allows you to import stations.
There’s no way for me to know what’s your favorite internet radio app, or if you even have one. I’m going to show you how to do it using Radium on the Mac ( Radium Mac link . Radium iOS link ). If it’s not Radium, use the same principle within your favorite app.
Apple Music and Beats 1 Radio is here. Thanks to iOS 8.4 you can enjoy the service right now on your iPhone or iPad but not on your Mac or PC. Apple is running a bit late with the release of iTunes 12.2 – required for Apple Music. It might arrive later tonight or tomorrow but for now, the iTunes download page promises that it’s “coming soon”
So what if you’re not an iPhone/iPad user and you want to check out Beats 1 right now? There’s a workaround. Jump over the break to see how to easily listen to Beats 1 using the current version of iTunes.
The first set of headphones from the company since parting ways with Monster, these new headphones boast a sleek, upscale design while still retaining many of the Beats line’s signature design cues.
First unveiled at WWDC back in June, iOS 10 is finally available for the masses. The OS update is available for free and is compatible with the iPhone 5 and above, iPad mini 2 and above, iPad 4th gen, iPad Air and Air 2, iPad Pro and iPod Touch 6th gen. You can download iOS 10 right now as an OTA update or via iTunes.
Jump over the break to check out whats new in iOS 10…