iTunes Music - simple and sweet
iTunes music is abundant, easy to access, sometimes even free. iTunes makes music downloading fun. Get linked up and get started.
Eat this Apple
iTunes makes music available through iTunes, a digital media player application, introduced by Apple Computer at MacWorld Expo in January 2001.
It plays and organizes digital music and video files. It also provides an interface to manage the content on Apple's popular iPod digital media players.
Additionally, iTunes can connect to the iTunes Store in order to download purchased digital music, music videos, television shows, iPod games and feature length films.
Easy to use
iTunes is known for being easy to use while still providing many features for obtaining, organizing, and playing media.
The program for iTunes music is freely downloadable, and is supported on computers running on Mac OS X and Windows 2000 or greater.
iTunes features a free weekly song download. Free Download: Single of the Week. Only at iTunes
Apple has also developed a version which runs on mobile phones such as the Motorola ROKR, Motorola RAZR and Motorola SLVR.
iTunes supports a number of other popular portable music players with some limitations, most notably the inability to play music purchased from the iTunes Music Store.
A number of third party programs have been created to help a user of iTunes to synchronize songs with any music player that can be mounted as an external drive.
Though iTunes is the only official method for synchronizing with the iPod, there are other programs available that allow the iPod to sync with other software players.
Now, with iTunes 7 purchased music can be copied from your iPod onto your computer as long as it's authorized by your iTunes account.
iTunes currently allows up to 5 computers to be authorized on one account. This is great for backup and safeguarding your music collection.
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