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Even today with the many options in music players, iTunes remains one of the best with an audio and video player, and you can manage your iOS devices or download content from the iTunes store as needed. You can also make use out of Apple Music. This all-in-one home for music and video remains one of the best, and it continues on as the superior choice compared to the competition.
iTunes continues to remain one of the best music libraries around, and it hands you plenty of ways to browse and organize music. You can make a playlist either manually or you can set up an automatic one through the, "Recently added" option. This shows you what you have imported over a length of time. One of the problems, however, is how iTunes doesn't support certain formats. For example, it doesn't support FLAC files, but it remains one of the best ways that you can organize your music.
iTunes has a lot of excellent music, podcasts and videos in their store. You can purchase a variety of things from any device, and you only have to sign into iTunes using your Apple account to take advantage of it. You might also choose to take advantage of Apple Music. This streaming service inside iTunes works well, and you will have access to over 30 million songs from the Apple music library. If you had to compare this to another program, you might say it has many resemblances with Spotify. However, it doesn't include the same social features that you'd get with that app.
With Apple Music, you can access some of the best radio stations on the net. This includes the comedy stations as well. It depends on what genre of music you want to listen to, but you can start a station using any song. You have everything in this from the live streaming Beats 1 to the famous DJs. Apple Music is a streaming service from iTunes.
One of the biggest problems you will encounter with iTunes is how you can't plug it directly into your device quickly. Also, you have so many trivial updates just for the music. As soon as you try to sync, it means you do a backup of your files and copy the apps from your device over to the Mac. If you're in a hurry and you want to stick in
the latest album you bought on the iPhone, the lag time can be seriously frustrating. Most likely, however, you will like iTunes because it's a great place to listen to your favorite music.
iTunes 64-bit is a video and audio player that also allows you to manage all of your iOS devices including iPods, iPads and iPhones. The 64-bit version is designed to run on Windows 64-bit computers. The newest version includes many new features and is completely redesigned, but it still does everything that was available on previous versions.
The first thing you will notice when you open the new version is that it doesn't have the bar on the left of the screen anymore that allowed you to quickly select albums, devices, playlists and other options. The screen is now taken up by the default album view.
It is easy and fun to browse through your albums in iTunes. When you click on an album, all of the tracks show up in a list below the album. The program will also create a colored background for each album based on the colors in the album artwork. This fun new feature works great for the most part, but the colored background does blur the colors around the edges of the album.
The newest version of iTunes 64-bit allows you to create different playlists quickly. You can now add tracks to a playlist with the use of a pane on the right so that you won't have to keep jumping around pages in the program to add your favorite tracks.
iTunes also has an Up Next feature which allows you to add songs to your queue without creating a new playlist. You can just add songs and rearrange them to create the perfect list of songs to play. The mini player at the bottom of the iTunes screen has also been redesigned to take up less space and making it easier to use. The player controls will show up when you put your mouse over the mini player, and you can change your Up Next Queue from the mini player.
All of the tracks and movies you have bought from iTunes will now show up in your library even if it has not been downloaded. You can click on the track to download it, or you can stream the music directly from the cloud. You can also use Apple's music matching service to access your tracks on any device. The iTunes store has also been redesigned, making it easier to navigate. The top lists are easier to browse, and will suggest similar tracks or artists based on what you have already downloaded. The only thing that is missing is the ability to stream music directly from the iTunes store without purchasing the tracks.
iTunes is a great video and audio player, and it is the only program that allows you to manage your iOS devices. It is easy to use, and the new features provide a friendly user experience.