I see people discussing in multiple threads so I figured it was time to create a Beats specific thread.
I'm loving Beats so far. I've gotten lost in a few playlists. Some kinks can still be worked out with social media sharing, seems to work maybe half the time. What I really like is the interface, look and sound quality.
I feel like I could use a tutorial too. I click on the dialog bubble in the top right and it says "Lets get you warmed up" and tells you to follow artists. Well, I'm following a few artists but that dialog box doesn't appear to have a use that i've discovered yet.
Basically the app opens up to a main screen with different options as you swipe to the left. "just for you" appears to be playlists curated to your tastes. They get an idea for your taste with a few intro questions about a few bands and genres you like. Swipe left and up next is "The Sentence" a featur that allows you to form a sentence describing where you are and what you are doing so that it can make another playlist for you. Swipe again and "highlights" is the next section. Currently it lists Bruce Springsteens Sould Southern Favorites. This is where you will find 'expert essentials' with albums, artists and playlists created by the experts at Beats music. Finally swipe a last time and you reach "find it" a general search by genre, activity or curators. The curators seem to be radio stations, music magazines and even some corporate retail outlets like Target.
I'm on day two of exploring this app. I currently also have sirius/xm, free spotify and premium google music on my phone. I had been primarily using Google Music because of the free use until June but when that expires I see Beats as a possibility for paid. I'm currently testing between Google Music, Spotify and Beats.