Beats Audio today indicated in a blog post that its brand new music streaming service was overwhelmed on the first day. The company said the massive influx of users led to performance problems for some users. Beats has identified the problem and has prepared a fix. Until the fix is in place, however, Beats Music has ceased allowing new members to join. Beats hopes that users who've successfully joined the service will continue to use it. Beats also encouraged interested consumers to reserve a spot for when it resumes accepting new members. Beats Audio didn't say how long it will take to resolve the problem.
Im curious. what do people think of this. I think the new ways to find music are cool if they work nicely. I like a bit more variation then Pandora offers in their stations so if its like that I'm prob good. Its tempting to try it but not sure if I can give up being able to take my music offline like my xbox music does for me now. if anyone tried this and has any input on beats music?
I signed up during launch for the Google Music and have it for 7.99 a month. I've been overall happy with the library, suggested stations, new releases, and upload from my personal library option. This seems of the same vain. I'll try the free trial p... (continues)