When the iTunes platform came out by Steve Jobs, many people were skeptical. Even among them were those who were also Steve’s own collaborators and important people from Apple. Knowing how to perceive and imagine is one thing, but imagining what the entire American public will prefer is extraordinary. But so are the extraordinary range of people like Steve Jobs.
If iTunes was the first and most successful app in terms of advertising and selling music, rest assured that this app is not the only one. After Steve’s death, iTunes continued to thrive, but technology did not lag behind. Since the strong entry of Cloud provider companies in the market, buying and selling online is like a piece of cake. There are thousands of world companies that sell music of different genres: Rock, Pop, Dance, House, Hip Hop, R&B, jazz, etc.
I do not know for sure if iTunes continues to be the number 1 app in selling music, but I can say that the Cloud continues to be the number 1 technology that makes it possible to sell it. Many websites sell mp3 and mp4 music from the respective countries, but there are also many prestigious websites that sell international music and the most famous artists in the world. This is a trend that continues to change.
What does not change is the concept of online item marketing. In this case, music is no exception. Thanks Steve, Thanks Cloud.