iTunes is a media player and media
library application developed
by Apple inc. It is used to play,
download, and organize
digital audio and video on personal
computers running the OS
X and Microsoft
Windows operating systems.
The iTunes Store is also available
on the iPod touch iPhone, and iPad
How iTunes work?
Organize and play your media
Difference between iTunes and
other media players
But iTunes for Windows only supports
the iPhone, iPad or iPod series
Apple no longer provides iTunes support
to new phones from other manufacturers
Download and install the software
Import your music
Create a playlist
Burn the playlist to a CD or DVD
Download your music to an iPhone or
Feature length films
IPhone and IPod
Movie trailers free
iTunes Digital Rights Management
The digital-media business has gotten a lot
more complicated in the last decade. When file-
sharing networks opened a gaping hole in the
entertainment industry's ability to control the
distribution of its content, a war broke out
between copyright holders and consumers. The
current manifestation of that war is DRM and
DRM hacking. Fair Play was only one example
Supports all Apple series, it is the only software that
can support all media devices of Apple.
Apple store, how much it gives you one cannot
refuses its charm.
Rich settings, compared with Microsoft’s Zune
software, this advantage of iTunes is
better, iTunes almost can set all parameters of
music, like Bit rate, beat and so on.
Playlists, your music can be classified in different
music styles like jazz, pop and rock or users can
even create their own playlists
You can download CD’s into your iTunes library
Interface, the interface of iTunes as compared to Zune is
If u delete a song carelessly which you had purchased you
have to purchase it again to add it to your playlist.
You can only sync your library to one IPod.
It has to be powered by a computer, unlike Format
restrictions, iTunes still can not overcome the shortcoming of
format restrictions the format on Apple store is little like mp3
Authorization, you get authorization per year only.
Boring e CD’s
iTunes 11 is a worthwhile update for the new
uncluttered layout, better integration between
your library and the iTunes Store, and a
MiniPlayer with just the right amount of
controls to access your library without opening
the main interface.
In the end, if you’re already an iTunes user or an
apple device owner, you should download this
update even with the minor drawbacks. It’s
easier to use and the new interface makes sense,
but don’t expect a turbo boost on a program
that does as much as iTunes does.