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There's no browsing, but you can search via Marco Arment's Preview.fm. It's very fast. (Music only.)
You can browse the top 100 Songs, Albums, TV Shows, Movies, Movie Rentals, Free Apps, Paid Apps and Music Videos online: http://www.apple.com/itunes/charts Of course, if you want to buy any of them you will have to install iTunes.
PodPlaylist http://www.podplaylist.com/ You can view the playlists that our members have created and purchase them from iTunes. Once you have uploaded a playlist you will have access to those songs and ringtones for both the artist and song. Notes: Has not been updated in a while. But going back to pages 9,10 you will see there are some nice ...
I had the same problem and what I did was that: I deleted that song from iTunes (it will ask you if you want to move it to trash. Say yes and delete it it from your trash can) beside the song, the iCloud symbol should pop back up, click it and it should work fine.
Turns out, iTunes completely ignores the MIME type, and is dependent upon the .mp3 file extension in the URL. Adding the extension fixes the feed.
This problem is credit card authorization, as expected. Since the address on the card had changed, they raised a security flag on it. I corrected this (twice, for some reason), but there appears to be a delay (or caching of authorization results) between VISA's records updating and the availability of the card on iTunes. The next day, it all worked worked ...
I use AppShopper for iOS apps. It's very extensive and updated extremely quickly.
If you just want to look through stuff I found this that may or may not help. Looks a little sketchy to me but that's probably just the design of it. Plus it doesn't look like there's a search feature. App Store
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