iTunes Radio is Said to be Partially Active in Ecuador

As you probably know, Apple's iTunes Radio is officially available in the USA and Australia. However, it appears that the guys from Cupertino are currently planning to launch their streaming music service in Latin America.

According to what AppleInsider writes, iTunes Radio is currently partially active in Ecuador. The service is localized for this country and already gives users the access to Apple's music servers.

Currently, the Ecuadorian version of iTunes Radio appears to be restricted to iTunes for Mac and is not available on iPhone or Apple TV. This limited access suggests Apple is simply testing out the feature as it stages a conservative international rollout.

iTunes Radio was introduced in September of 2013 alongside with iOS 7.

Apple is probably planning to expand its streaming music service worldwide as soon as possible since iTunes music sales continue to decline. More and more users now choose to pay for a subscription for an online radio rather than for downloading the music they like.

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Written by Andrey

Tuesday, April 15, 2014. 18:08

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