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  1. Apple to shutdown TestFlightapp.com by end of FebruaryRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Cult of Mac Blog

    Apple acquired TestFlight maker Burtsly last year and quickly added it to iOS in an effort to improve the iOS beta testing experience for both developers and testers. Now Apple plans to close the independent site TestFlightapp.com to Android users and everyone else, forcing iPhone and iPad owners to only test apps through the official TestFlight iOS app.


  2. Apple brings back free music with new iTunes promotionRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Macworld

    Apple killed its long-running "Single of the Week" promotion earlier this month, disappointing iTunes customers and musicians alike. After 11 years of complimentary songs, which offered exposure to countless new artists, the free ride was over-or so it seemed.


  3. Apple to Shut Down Old TestFlight Beta Testing Website in February [iOS Blog]Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | MacRumors

    Apple today began notifying developers about the upcoming closure of the old TestFlight beta testing service accessible through TestFlightApp.com, reports The Next Web . The impending February 26 shutdown of the standalone website arrives nearly one year after Apple's acquisition of TestFlight through its purchase of Burstly and subsequent integration of the service into iTunes Connect .


  4. Apple Revamps Free on iTunes, Brings Back Free SongsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | IPod Observer

    Apple quietly dropped its free weekly songs on the iTunes Store about a week ago but has now brought them back, along with a makeover for its Free on iTunes page in iTunes. The revamped Free on iTunes showed up over the weekend and includes multiple free songs, TV shows, and more.


  5. RPO launches new appRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

    A couple weeks ago, the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra launched a free app that allows users to view the RPO concert calendar, purchase tickets, watch videos, read conductor and musician bios, access RPO social media feeds and get directions and parking information. Patrons can also sign up to receive notifications about special offers and upcoming concerts.While the app provides many of the same services as the RPO website, the app's simple interface is optimized for viewing on mobile devices, a must-have for all modern organizations.


  6. New Apple DRM Patent Points To Music Sharing, Two Tier Pricing In Beats, iTunes RelaunchRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Hypebot

    Apple has obtained a patent that could enable music and video sharing and along with other features by adding a new layer of digital rights management . "The systems and methods provide an encrypted copy of a digital content unit to a first user and transcript the encrypted copy to generate the legitimate copy to a second user," reads the patent that Apple says could reduce both piracy and bandwidth costs.


  7. Apple Earnings Preview: Up, Up And AwayRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    ... if this momentum continues in the next couple of years. Apple has changed the way it will report its results. Since the iPod has become a small part of the business, Apple will combine the line with its "other revenues," which include accessories, ...


  8. Put away your wallet, Apple's got a new "Free on iTunes" sectionRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Cult of Mac Blog

    Ever since Apple made the tactical error of giving everyone a free U2 album , the company has been a tad on the, well, miserly side - with no Mac, iPad or iPhone discounts on Black Friday, and even the company's customary 12 Days of Christmas giveaway canceled . Bah, humbug! Clearly someone in Cupertino has woken up in a newly charitable mood, however, because Apple has just updated its iTunes Store app for both iOS and desktop with a new "Free on iTunes" curated section, which helps customers find content they can download without having to rack up any extra post-Christmas credit card bills.


  9. Report: iPhone/iOSRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 14 | MacInTouch

    You can copy the Field Test code from your Contacts or a Note and then paste it into the keypad on the iPhone. Just press and hold above the number keys in the Phone app keypad.


  10. Apple launches 'Free on iTunes' section for users of its online storeRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Digital Trends

    As quietly as Apple apparently killed off its free single-of-the-week iTunes promotion earlier this month, the Cupertino company has rolled out what you might consider to be a replacement. Called 'Free on iTunes,' the new section of its online store does what it says on the tin, offering users a selection of audio and video content for the princely sum of nothing.


  11. Apple Brings Back Free on iTunes Section of iTunes StoreRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Kirkville

    A couple of weeks ago, it was thought that Apple had stopped giving away free singles of the week on the iTunes Store. The company no longer showed a single of the week, and a broader Free on iTunes section had also been removed, even though there was still free content in the Apps and TV Shows areas of the store.


  12. Author J. L. Koszarek Announces Release Of Serial Novel, 'Divide Then Conquer'Read the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | 24-7 Press Release

    Authors J. L. Koszarek and Thad David have announced the release of 'Divide Then Conquer: The Zombie Company Crusade Series'. The new series novel is unique both in storyline and in regards to the publishing model being used, as a new segment in the series will become available on a monthly basis.


  13. Apple Launches 'Free on iTunes' Section With Free TV and Music Downloads [Mac Blog]Read the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | MacRumors

    Apple today added a new "Free on iTunes" section in the iTunes Store, featuring free downloads of songs and full length TV episodes. The section replaces Apple's "iTunes Single of the Week", which previously offered free songs from popular and indie music artists.


  14. A dorky dad is bornRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Globe and Mail

    Facts & Arguments is a daily personal piece submitted by readers. Have a story to tell? See our guidelines at tgam.ca/essayguide .


  15. Technofile: AIMP3 is best audio player for Windows machinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Post-Standard

    All good things must come to an end. I wasn't surprised when Winamp, the premiere Windows audio player, slipped into mediocrity after the software was sold and resold over the last decade or so.


  16. Making your movies, music ready for the futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | SFGate

    ... at work, it seems to take hours and I can never finish. Any suggestions? A: You can always back up an iPhone, iPad or iPod on a computer (assuming you have one). Make sure the computer has the latest version of iTunes installed, then connect your ...


  17. Regret Buying That Album On Itunes? Now You Can Return It If You Live In Europe.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Forbes.com

    I am a freelance pop music journalist in New York City. My byline has appeared in The Huffington Post, Billboard, Mashable, Noisey, The Hollywood Reporter, MTV, BlackBook, LinkedIn, and various other magazines and blogs around the world.


  18. Close to home: Home expo, kitchen remodeling trendsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Star Tribune

    Jan. 31 at Canterbury Park. About 200 exhibitors will be on hand, with speakers covering topics such as installing crown molding, tile backsplashes and cabinet transformations.


  19. Dylan, 'wise' at 73, gives album free to seniorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The China Post

    Bob Dylan is giving away his latest album for free to select seniors as the 73-year-old rock legend says he is at peace with getting older. Dylan's 36th studio album, "Shadows in the Night," which interprets songs by Frank Sinatra, will be mailed at random to 50,000 readers of AARP's magazine, which is sent to some 35 million Americans age 50 or older.


  20. Bob Dylan is shown in this undated image.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | CTV

    Bob Dylan is giving away his latest album for free to select seniors as the 73-year-old rock legend says he is at peace with getting older. Dylan's 36th studio album, "Shadows in the Night," which interprets songs by Frank Sinatra, will be mailed at random to 50,000 readers of AARP's magazine, which is sent to some 35 million Americans age 50 or older.