A practical management tool for music and videos, iTunes provides content synchronization between your devices such as iPod, iPhone, iPad and Apple TV and your computer.
iTunes, the free media player and manager developed by Apple for Mac and PC, where you can play and manage all your digital music and videos, iPod and iPod touch models, Apple’s latest technology, new portable music devices, iPhone and Apple TV, today’s most popular phone continues its development at full speed with its products such as iTunes, which is one of the most used programs with its simplicity and plain interface in music library management, offers many services to users with its wide options and advanced features.
The software, which enables both Mac and Windows users to exchange music online through the iTunes music store, offers songs to its users at the most affordable price in agreement with the most famous music companies and independent record companies.
With support for all the most popular media file formats, iTunes AAC technology can offer a sound closer to CD quality in smaller file sizes. The software, which has sections such as an advanced library (libary), smart playlists and more than 250 internet radios in terms of resources, you can use your own MP3 CDs and content DVDs by using your lists and MP3s with the integrated CD / DVD burning tool. It allows you to create your own.
Aiming to provide you with a perfect media enjoyment by combining its advanced interface and features, iTunes offers you visual browsing and cover flow options while listening to music. At the same time, iTunes, which provides full support for portable music devices (iPod) produced by Apple, continues to help you gain extra innovations such as accessing the Internet on your laptop with the development of iPod Touch and iPhone operating systems.
In addition, with this media manager program, where you can manage your music, videos, photos and applications on iPod, iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad, you can easily update and install the operating system iOS used on these devices.