iTunes is a free media player, media library, online radio broadcaster, and and iPod and iPhone management software developed by Apple Inc. It will easily organize and let you enjoy your music, movies, TV shows, apps, and books you already have - and shop for the ones you want to get. It’s home to Apple Music, which gives you unlimited access to millions of songs, curated playlists,1 and Beats 1 radio, hosted by Zane Lowe and a team of acclaimed DJs. Enjoy all the entertainment iTunes has to offer on your Mac and PC. You can even listen to free streaming radio stations with iTunes Radio.
Through the iTunes Store, users can purchase and download music, music videos, television shows, audiobooks, podcasts, movies, and movie rentals in some countries, and ringtones, available on the iPhone and iPod Touch. Application software for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch can be downloaded from the App Store. With over 85,000 movies and more than 300,000 TV shows to choose from, there’s always something great to watch on iTunes. Catch up on episodes of your favorite TV shows or hit movies you’ve been meaning to see - anytime, anywhere.
iTunes acts as a front end for Apple's QuickTime media framework. Officially, it is required in order to manage the audio data of an iPod, iPhone, or iPad, although alternative software does exist. Users can organize their music into playlists within one or more libraries, edit file information, record Compact Discs, copy files to a digital audio player, purchase music and videos through its built-in music store (iTunes Store), download free podcasts, back up songs onto a CD or DVD, run a visualizer to display graphical effects in time to the music, and encode music into a number of different audio formats.
iTunes can read, write and convert between MP3, AIFF, WAV, MPEG-4, AAC and Apple Lossless (.m4a). iTunes can also play any audio files that QuickTime can play (as well as some video formats), including Protected AAC files from the iTunes Store and Audible.com audio books.
The Windows version of iTunes can automatically transcode DRM-free WMA (including version 9) files to other audio formats, but does not support playback of WMA files and will not transcode DRM protected WMA files. Telestream, Inc. provides free codecs for Mac users of QuickTime to enable playback of unprotected Windows Media files. These codecs are recommended by Microsoft.
- Beautiful interface
- Built-in iTunes store
- Keeps all your media in one place
- Organize your music into genre-based playlists
- iCloud will help you access your files from anywhere
- Edit file information
- iTunes Radio
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Last Update: May 16, 2017
Current Version: 220.127.116.11
Languages: Multiple Languages
Supported Operating Systems:
Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 (32-Bit, 64-Bit)
Mac OS X 10.9.5 or later
Developer: Apple Inc