iTunes for Windows

iTunes for Windows

Editors' Rating:
5
Spectacular
Average User Rating:
2.9
out of 1729 votes
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Quick Specs

Version:
5.0.1
File Size:
Not available
Date Added:
September 07, 2005
Price:
Free
Operating Systems:
Windows 2000/XP
Total Downloads:
15,143,655
Downloads Last Week:
5,136
Product ranking:
Additional Requirements:
Windows 2000/XP

Editors' review

Although iTunes has always been one of the best pieces of jukebox software available, the company continues to improve upon a great thing with version 5.0. The first major change that experienced iTunes users will notice is the revamped interface; the famous, brushed-metal look is gone, but the new look is even snazzier than before. That said, all the features we've loved from past versions are still intact, including seamless iPod integration, smart playlists, CD burning, label printing, the ability to rip files in multiple formats (except WMA), network sharing, and of course, the enormously successful iTunes Music Store. Integrated Podcasts, iTunes's last major innovation, are still in the house, as are a few new and notable features. Parents will appreciate the control tools that allow them to disable access to podcasts and the Music Store, as well as prevent kids from purchasing explicit songs. And all users will benefit from the new Smart Shuffle feature, which gives greater control over random play. Whether you're already among the converted or have yet to try this top-notch player, iTunes 5 should find a home on any music lover's computer.

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  • All Versions:

    2.9

    out of 1729 votes

    • 5 star: 440
    • 4 star: 293
    • 3 star: 198
    • 2 star: 219
    • 1 star: 579
  • Current Version:

    2.6

    out of 72 votes

    • 5 star: 22
    • 4 star: 4
    • 3 star: 5
    • 2 star: 8
    • 1 star: 33
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    "A bloated and outdated piece of software"

    September 20, 2014   |   By pixelriffic

    Version: Apple iTunes 11.4.0.18

    Pros

    It's free.

    Cons

    Bloated, slow and unintuitive. An outdated and awkward interface. No FLAC support.

    Summary

    While I am a PC user on the desktop, I own both an iPhone and an iPad, and am huge fans of these devices. They have yet to be equaled in my opinion. iTunes shares the same distinction, but in the other direction. It was a good day when it became possible to manage IOS devices without using iTunes. I dislike it so much, I was anxious to avoid it completely.

    As for a music manager, there are several free tools to load music and media on the phone from your computer. Several are free, and all are easier to use, and have a superior interface.

    Clearly, the same attention to design that went into the iPhone, was not spent on iTunes.

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