These options are pretty much the legal limit when it comes to obtaining free music on iTunes. As you can see, iTunes doesn’t have a huge selection of items to pick up for free, but at least it still has a selection. Podcasts will usually give you the most variety, and if you’re listening to a capable host (say, one of the DJs, such as David Guetta or John Digweed), it’s almost as good as having the song files–and it doesn’t expose you to legal risk.
The day after Swift’s letter, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue announced on Twitter that Apple had changed its policy, and that Apple Music “will pay artist for streaming, even during customer’s free trial period”. On Twitter, Swift wrote “After the events of this week, I’ve decided to put 1989 on Apple Music… And happily so”. She concluded saying it was “the first time it’s felt right in my gut to stream my album”.
Unlike other offerings from Apple’s music store, where songs cost 99 cents, everything on iTunes U is free. Penn State University offers instruction on information management. Users can download a general chemistry class from Seattle Pacific University, a lecture on the psychosocial aspects of health care from Northeastern University or a class on Ben Franklin from Stanford University. (No universities in the Washington area participate.)
I just received my first payment from PointsPrizes, and I am happy to recommend this great site to everyone and share my experience. At the beginning, I was a bit doubtful if this site really pays, as it’s paying $20 USD for 3000 points, it seems too good for me. While having doubts, as usual, I always like to try it out. The reasons that keep me trying are the well design of the site and app, ease of access, and as an International user that may not be earning easily from the making money online sites/apps, PointsPrizes provides us the opportunity to earn. Though I hope there will be more ways for International users to earn, I really appreciate what PointsPrizes has already provided us. I really recommend my friends to join this site, and spend a little time each day to earn the points. Though it may take a while to reach the payout, I think it’s worth it. Here’s my payment proof: https://c1.staticflickr.com/5/4689/38509306665_1b2590984f_b.jpg
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Note: This specifically iTunes Gift Card Generator, unlike other generators, doesn’t require your username, email, and password, so you don’t have to suffer from having your account hacked nor banned. However, try to generate/use it a maximum five times per week, just to stay under the radar.
And the lucky person who gets a free iTunes gift card from you will never know how or where you got it. Just email them the iTunes code with your love. It’ll be a great gift for them – and an even better one for you, when there’s no credit card bill to pay afterward.
This is a pretty solid app when it comes to survey taking. I like that they tend to offer higher rewards for each survey opportunity afforded to you, especially compared to other apps/websites that offer the same. The only problems I have encountered so far are technical ones. I experienced a situation a few minutes where I was more than halfway into my $2.00 survey that I had qualified for and each time I tried to click the ‘next’ button to move on to the next screen, the app would glitch and refuse to move. After waiting several minutes for it to fix itself, I was given an error message instead and lost all chances of completing it for my reward. This is understandable if it happens in the beginning when you are trying to qualify for surveys, but it becomes unforgivable when you are qualified and have already dedicated your time to completing it when it kicks you out due to technical issues. I would be more willing to overlook it this once if it wasn’t happening as much as it is. I feel as though this app has great potential and just needs to focus of perfecting these types of technical difficulties so they don’t lose users.
If you have one on order and are waiting for it to arrive, then you should be in for a treat. If you haven’t ordered one yet, then you may be in for a little wait before they become readily available again.