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iTunes (/ ˈ aɪ t (j) uː n z /) is a media player, media library, Internet radio broadcaster, mobile device management utility, and the client app for the iTunes Store, developed by Apple Inc.
The iTunes Store is a software-based online digital media store operated by Apple Inc. that opened on April 28, 2003, as a result of Steve Jobs' push to open a digital marketplace for music. As of April 2020, iTunes offers 60 million songs, 2.2 million apps, 25,000 TV shows, and 65,000 films.
The iTunes media platform was first released by Apple in 2001 as a simple music player for Mac computers.Over time, iTunes developed into a sophisticated multimedia content manager, hardware synchronization manager and e-commerce platform. iTunes was finally discontinued for new Mac computers in 2019, but is still available and supported for Macs running older operating systems and for Windows ...
iTunes Connect. Not to be confused with Beats Connect, the defunct artist communication platform built into Apple Music. iTunes Connect is an Apple service that producers can use to distribute music, podcasts, movies, and TV programmes to customers on the iTunes Store and ebooks to customers on the Apple Books Store .
Censorship of the iTunes Store. This article is about external censorship of the iTunes Store. For censorship carried out by Apple, see Censorship by Apple. Censorship of the iTunes Store refers to external attempts at blocking access to digital content distributed through the iTunes Store .
iTunes Radio was a free, ad-supported service available to all iTunes users, featuring Siri integration on iOS. Users were able to skip tracks, customize stations, and purchase the station's songs from the iTunes Store. Users could also search through their history of previous songs. The number of track skips was limited like Pandora Radio's ...
iTunes LP (referred to in pre-launch press by the code name Cocktail) is a format for interactive album artwork introduced by Apple Inc. on September 9, 2009. It is similar to the CMX format being developed by the three major record labels, and operates within the iTunes 9 to iTunes 12 software, allowing the user to view multimedia elements alongside the music.