‘Just For You’ feature disappears from Apple’s iTunes Music Store [Updated]

Apple’s iTunes 6 introduced a new “Just For You” feature in the iTunes Music Store that offered “personalized recommendations tailored to your musical preferences.”

Well, multiple MacDailyNews and iPodDailyNews readers have noticed that “Just For You” is no longer available in the iTunes Music Store. Apple.com’s iTunes web page still describes “Just For You” – “Want some listening suggestions? Look no further than the Just For You section, where recommendations come personalized according to your musical preferences.”

And just when we were about to buy something called “The Essential Rosemary Clooney” that iTunes’ “Just For You” had suggested because we once bought some early Liz Phair.

iTunes Music Store’s “Just For You” might just be “in the shop,” AWOL, or something else. Let us know if you find any additional info ().

[UPDATE 4:22pm ET: Boy, we screwed this one up! Sorry. “Just For You” does indeed exist in the iTunes Music Store. It has just been removed from the “Inside the Music Store” list along with its orange “NEW” tag. “Just For You” (Beta) is located on the home page of the iTMS, just below “New Releases.” Remember, if you click the link “Turn Just For You Off” at the bottom of the iTMS home page, you’ll need to click “Turn Just For You On” in the same location to view the recommendations.]

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  1. I say we put a moritorium on “slow news day” posts. This is a site that gives about an article every hour…of course some are going to be a bit light. Who cares! The point it that news keeps flowing here like a river.

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