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How to get lyrics for Apple Music with Musixmatch

Apple Music doesn't (yet?) integrate lyrics, but if that's something you care about, there's a workaround you can use right now.

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Making apps for love, not money

Very few people are willing to pay for content any more, be it music, news, or apps. Singers are seeing revenues plummet thanks to streaming, web sites are folding due to lack of income, and developers aren't able to feed their families simply by selling through the App Store. There are some notable exception, but increasingly creating content is becoming unsustainable. Perhaps new business models will emerge, perhaps not. For now, it's a harsh reality the various industries are just starting to come to terms with.

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Social music discovery in the digital age

Two strangers, enjoying a concert, their only connection a mutual love of the music playing, their conversation cascading into all the other music they love. The modern, digital equivalent of that is not part of Apple Music, but could it be?

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What it's like to post on Connect, Apple's new music network

Connect is the part of Apple Music that's meant to provide a way for artists to share more with their fans, from remixes to rough-cuts. So, what's it like to use?

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iMore show live: Apple Music Q&A!

We're live answering all your Apple Music questions, and more!

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Cue, Iovine, Reznor talk Apple Music advantages

Just hours before Apple Music goes live, several interviews have been posted with executives Eddy Cue, Jimmy Iovine, and Trent Reznor on the service in general, and the unique nature of Beats 1 and Connect in specific. Here are the highlights!

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iPad and how it can aid in medical recovery

Mike Wuerthele, managing editor for MacNN and Electronista, has started a new column sharing some of the technology his wife is using to aid in her recovery process, namely the iPad.

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An hour on Safari content blockers... and iMore

Safari content blocker extensions, which provide the ability to selectively prevent code from loading on websites, were previewed at WWDC 2015 as part of the developer sessions. So what happens when a developer tests them... on iMore?

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You can help App Camp For Girls 3.0 inspire the next generation

App Camp For Girls is on a mission: to encourage girls to pursue app development as a career by teaching them how to make iPhone apps in a fun, creative summer camp program under the mentorship of women developers.

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I finally figured out why Samsung makes anti-iPhone ads...

Samsung keeps making commercials that, instead of highlighting features potential customers might find compelling, spend most of their time showing off iPhones, and trying to make iPhone owners look pained, beleaguered, and just plain stupid. It never made sense to me as an acquisition strategy, though. iPhone owners aren't going to appreciate being called stupid and switch to Samsung, they're going to call Samsung stupid right back. But with this latest commercial, where Samsung misrepresents the differences in charging methods, I finally understood what was going on. Samsung isn't trying to win over iPhone owners—they're desperate to keep Galaxy owners.

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