When you get started with Beats Music for iPhone, it asks you to select genres and artists you like so it can show you more music you might also like. One way you can discover music is with The Sentence, where you can pick from a large group of preset answers to create a sentence about your place, mood, and desired music. I haven’t used it a lot yet, but it’s definitely a fun, clever music discover tool that’s working well so far.

Beats Music is free to try in the App Store. If you like the service, it’s $9.99 a month.

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