You can catch every Beats 1 song, on Twitter
The new Apple Beats 1 radio is now live, and it’s cool huh? Well, since it’s a live streaming service, you’ll get to hear a lot of cool songs on the go but there are usually scenarios when you hear a song you think it’s awesome but then you didn’t catch the title or artist’s name. Apple just made a Twitter account to fix that.
If you want to check the title of the song you just heard on Beats 1, kindly follow @Beats1Plays on Twitter. The handle also tweets iTunes links alongside the songs list so you can purchase the music instantly if you want.
Now, some will argue on this and ask “what about Shazam or Google Listen?” The advantages of @Beats1Plays is just too many. First, your Shazam might not be available when you hear that awesome song you like on someone else’s phone (let’s say you don’t have your smartphone right there), so you can check out the name of the song much later at your own convenience. Secondly, the tweets can come in handy as a cool playlist to download when you are looking to refresh your phone with new songs.
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