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  • Developer: Apple Inc.
  • Genre: CD ripper, Digital asset management, Media player, Optical disc authoring, Tag editor
  • Version: Release
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Release Date January 9, 2001
Developer Apple Inc.
Publisher Apple Inc.
Genre CD ripper, Digital asset management, Media player, Optical disc authoring, Tag editor
Language All
System Windows, MacOS, iPhone
Version Release

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iTunes: Multi-Functional Software to Explore the World of Entertainment

Music and other forms of entertainment play a huge role in the lives of many people, so it’s not surprising that there are so many apps out there to make the listening experience easy and enjoyable. iTunes is undoubtedly the biggest app available these days that is used to listen to music tracks, organize the collection, share your music with others, and so much more.  

The application was developed by Apple Inc. and its introduction to the public was first announced on January 9, 2001. Since then, the app has expanded extensively and it will definitely continue to get more refined as the time goes on. At the same time, there are plenty of those that consider iTunes to be overly packed with features and they would’ve preferred the developers to stick to the basics that have to do something with music. If you are interested in finding out more about this app, this iTunes review will be helpful.  

What is the purpose of iTunes?

As it was mentioned previously, the iTunes app is not just the application to listen to music. Currently, the application can be used for the following purposes:

  • Downloading and playing various files that can be purchased from the iTunes store.

  • Streaming and organizing any files that are compatible with the application.

  • Exporting and importing playlists.

  • Accessing various services, including iTunes Match, iCloud Music Library, Apple Music, Podcasts, and more.

  • Converting and otherwise changing compatible files.

  • Backing up iOS devices.

  • Syncing various media files to Apple devices.

  • Organizing any purchases made using your iTunes account.

It is undoubtedly a single destination for numerous purposes, which is what makes this app such an indispensable part of the devices for a lot of people.

The iTunes Store allows users to buy any song that they heard or rent a movie whenever they want, 24/7. The entire collection of movies, music tracks, and TV shows is available in iCloud, which means that anything that you decide to buy becomes available immediately and there is no difference when it comes to how you want to play it.

Installing iTunes on your device: quick and easy process

The users of macOS Mojave don’t have to do anything when it comes to installing and downloading iTunes, as this software is part of the operating system. The users of other macOS versions and Windows can download iTunes from the official Apple website.

There are requirements that you should consider if you want to install iTunes on your Windows PC. Some of the requirements when it comes to iTunes download include the following:

  • Windows 7 or later

  • 400MB of free disk space

  • 1GHz Intel or AMD processor with support for SSE2

  • 512MB of RAM

  • Screen resolution of 1024x768 or higher

  • 16-bit sound card and speakers

  • Internet connection

Maximum convenience at the core of iTunes

The iTunes app controls are quite straightforward, so users won’t have any problems figuring out how to navigate its user-friendly interface. The software has a clean and minimalistic design, so you are unlikely to be overwhelmed by all the different functions. Depending on your device, you can switch to using the MiniPlayer, which is definitely quite convenient. The MiniPlayer includes basic controls for skip forward and back, pause, and play, but it also gives an opportunity to control the iTunes library with only several buttons.

Synchronization opportunities of iTunes

Synchronization with iOS devices (iPhone, iPad, or iPod) is an important part of iTunes. The software can be used to sync albums, audiobooks, playlists, movies, TV, shows, photos, contacts, and more. To sync content with the help of iTunes, users need to:

  • Open iTunes on a computer and connect another device to it using a USB cable

  • Click on the device icon that appears in the upper corner of iTunes.

  • Choose the type of content you want to sync from the list under Settings.

  • Click on the checkbox next to the file that you need to sync.

  • Click on the Apply button in the lower corner of the screen.

  • Synchronization using Wi-Fi

Once the syncing process is complete with the help of a USB cable, it’s possible to make the process easier with Wi-Fi. The steps you need to take are:

  • Connect the device to your computer using a USB cable.

  • Open iTunes and choose the device.

  • Click Summary in the left part of iTunes.

  • Choose ‘Synch with the device over Wi-Fi.’

  • Select ‘Apply.’

Once your computer and your iOS device use the same Wi-Fi network, the device will appear in your iTunes menu. It becomes easy to sync your device, as it will start the process automatically when it is plugged in to power and iTunes is open on your computer.

 

Conclusion

iTunes undoubtedly offers a lot of entertainment opportunities, more than any other application out there. The updated version of the app comes with a wealth of different features and being the official software from Apple, you can definitely expect it to work smoothly. At the same time, some people claim that there are way too many functions packed into a single app, so it all depends on what you expect to get out of it.

Cons:

  • Requires a lot of disc space
  • Those who have many devices may have to deal with the authorization limit

Pros:

  • Stylish design
  • Great interface of the Mini Player
  • Huge catalog of videos and music
  • Internet radio with numerous genre options
  • iCloud integration
  • Synchronization opportunities
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