In iTunes Media Player is a computer program used for playing, downloading and organizing digital music and video files from one PC. It can also manage content on your Ipod, iPhone, Ipod Touch and IPAD. ITunes is the media management software created by Apple, Inc, for Macintosh and Windows operating systems. You can use it to manage and play audio and video files on your computer.
Upload to contact iTunes Store for purchase and download music, music videos, TV shows, Ipod games, audio books, podcasts, movies and movie rentals (not available in all countries) and ringtones (for iPhone IPod Touch and 4th generation). It is also used to download software applications from the App Store for iPhone Touch, IPAD and IPod. ITunes has been criticized for not being able to transfer music from a portable device to another.
ITunes is an application that allows users to buy and manage audio and video on PC acting as a front end to Apple QuickTime Media Player. Officially, using iTunes is required to manage audio from Apple Ipod portable audio player, although alternative software that does not exist. Users can organize their music into playlists in one or more libraries, edit file information (also the best tag editor), Compact Records Disc, copy files to a digital audio player, purchase music and video files via the built-in music store (iTunes Store), download free podcasts, back track on a CD or DVD, run the display to display graphical effects in time to music, and music encoding in several audio formats. There are also many options for free internet radio stations for listening. In addition, users can add PDF files to their library (to add a digital note pad their albums, for example), but PDF cannot be transferred or read the IPOD, but can be read on the iPhone, Ipod Touch and IPAD. However, iPhone / IPod Touch applications exist to synchronize all types of files to and from the device to "iDisk" using Apple's Mobile Me service.
In iTunes 8.0 Preferences window is a complete metamorphosis. The results add a few new features, but instead removed some options. For example, iTunes once gave users the option to display the arrow next to the selected song title, artist, album and genre that link directly to the iTunes Store. Now these arrows are not removable except by directly editing the preferences file