How To Rename iTunes Radio Stations With Ease [iOS Tips]

iTunes Radio Rename

iTunes Radio now lets you create stations full of the artists and songs you like, just like Pandora. You can also add artists to the list that you don’t want playing in the station.

When you create a new iTunes Radio station, though, it’s typically named after the first song or artist that you create the station with. That’s not always what you want.

You can rename any station you like with a couple of easy taps.

Launch your Music app with a tap right on your iPhone or iPad, and then tap the Radio icon in the lower left corner. Next, look at the bottom to see the stations you’ve created. Tap on the Edit button just to the left of My Stations.

You’ll see a list of all of your iTunes Radio stations. Tap the Edit button in the upper left corner, and then the name of the station you want to edit. Tap into the name field, delete what’s there, and type in a name. It’s as simple as that.

Tap the Back arrow in the upper left corner, then the Done button to the left, then the Done button to the right to save your changes.

Thanks to Cult of Mac reader, Hot Chocolate, for the tweet below:

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