As you’ve likely gathered from your social media feeds, some iTunes users weren’t too thrilled when U2’s Songs of Innocence magically appeared on all 500 million iTunes users’ accounts. Many took to social media to publicly state their frustrations with the marketing/PR ploy devised by Apple and U2 that added even more buzz to last week’s iPhone 6 launch.
To placate the offended parties, Apple has created a one-click opt-out to remove the album from your iTunes permanently. You can access it here.
If you delete the album and decide you miss the little bugger, you have until October 13 (when the album is officially released) to re-download it free of charge.
Keeping or deleting? Let us know in the comments.