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Apple Plans To Bring Free Online Radio

Leading company of US, Apple is in meeting to license music for broadcast on a norm online radio service formed after Pandora, reported by Wall Street Journal. The Journal quoting people recognizable with the matter said Apple’s service would effort on the company’s hardware, including the iPhone, iPad and Mac computers, as well as possibly on PCs using Microsoft’s Windows OS.

But it would not work on Smartphones and tablets that use Google’s Android OS, as the two technology giants are at loggerheads to govern the profitable mobile market. The talks about the licensing are still at on initial stage, the newspaper worried, adding that it could take months for such a service to start.

Just as with Pandora, ads would be positioned between the music on the possible service, which would employ Apple’s iAd platform. According to Journal, Apple had already pondered launching a Pandora participant but gone down the proposal due to licensing costs.

As the last week report of Pandora, its profits scaled in the currently-ended quarter but that it still missing money due in big part to payments paid out for songs.

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