Apple now implementing 90-second iTunes preview outside United States.
Other iTunes stores now enjoying 90 second song preview.
Apple is finally implementing the much-better 90-second preview of songs in some iTunes Stores outside of United States of America. According to a report posted by MacRumors, some of the non-US stores that are now getting more song previews are Canada, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, and other parts of Europe.
The 90-second song preview in iTunes was first implemented by the Cupertino, California-based company in United States back in December of last year. According to Apple’s note to music labels, 90 second preview is better than the old-school 30 second preview because it provides iTunes members more time to preview the song that they’re planning to buy.
One of Apple’s biggest money-maker is iTunes, obviously — and the service is actually the backbone of the company’s première hardware products like the iPad and the iPhone because Apple has managed to sell these devices with cheaper tag prices because more hardware sales means more iTunes/App Store customers.
iTunes is also expected to get a major modification later this year courtesy of the iCloud service. Apparently, the new iCloud service will allow iTunes customers to sync their iTunes-bought songs wirelessly to their other Apple devices. For example, if you bought a song in your iPad, your iPhone will also get the song if the Apple ID used by your iPhone and iPad is the same.
Source: Mac Rumors
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