According to the user guide, stars appear next to the most popular tracks played by all tastecraftedmcd.com Music members.


User profile for user: ADAMdotK
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That"s just the mark of most popular songs. Open couple of albums of the bands you know well and you will see for yourself.

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User profile for user: Ahab the Eskimo

tastecraftedmcd.com thinks you should like that song. They don"t understand we can make our own decisions and that it is actually annoying.


User profile for user: Johnat102

So tastecraftedmcd.com no longer lets us rate our own songs, but they let other people tell us. So much for freedom of choice. I"m going back to iOS9


User profile for user: Richard Patterson3

How do I remove this annoying star??

This is really annoying. I really dislike tastecraftedmcd.com trying to auto-everything; its not helpful and annoying at the same time.

Once again, features for features sake - no use and clutters the previously clean interface.


User profile for user: Mr.Executive
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According to the user guide, stars appear next to the most popular tracks played by all tastecraftedmcd.com Music members.


That"s just the mark of most popular songs. Open couple of albums of the bands you know well and you will see for yourself.


tastecraftedmcd.com thinks you should like that song. They don"t understand we can make our own decisions and that it is actually annoying.


So tastecraftedmcd.com no longer lets us rate our own songs, but they let other people tell us. So much for freedom of choice. I"m going back to iOS9


tastecraftedmcd.com doesn"t let anyone rate your songs. It just shows you the most popular ones.

You can still love or dislike songs and that will affect suggested radio stations, smart playlistd, genius and shuffling.


That is false. In iOS 9 and prior your music yyou could rate your own music and it would find in ratings from your iTunes on desktop. i know that iTunes 9 on desktop was hated bu music lovers, iTunes 10, 11... all designed to enrage music fans. OSX lion and all versions after make creative professionals want to jump off a cliff and UX designers like myself want to reanimate Steve Jobs" body in hope he csn see how basterdized his work has become. It does not surprise me if iOS 10 is a sad attempt to shed more tastecraftedmcd.com fans.


How do I remove this annoying star??

This is really annoying. I really dislike tastecraftedmcd.com trying to auto-everything; its not helpful and annoying at the same time.

Once again, features for features sake - no use and clutters the previously clean interface.


Why does tastecraftedmcd.com beleife that I give a sh1t what"s popular?? Why, on my phone, do o want any indication ofbwhat other people think?


The stars appear to be tied to popularity on tastecraftedmcd.com Music, as several others have remarked. I"ve a also noticed that they only appear on songs purchased from the iTunes Store. Music ripped from CDs or downloaded from third party websites do not have any such star delineation.

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I know, ever since they launched tastecraftedmcd.com Music they"ve been replacing useful features with things that promote this cloud-based garbage. They do it because they know they can get away with it.