iTunes is a free app built-in automatically into all Apple devices, including the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. It can be downloaded from the Internet onto PC computers too. iTunes is typically used as a storage area where all the user’s favorite music, movies, books, TV shows, and videos can be accessed. Users can use the app to play downloads on their computer, browse through their collection, or organize their music into playlists. Using the Genius feature, a special mix can be created based on suggestions of what music sounds great together. It can even find recommendations for songs that the user might like to download.
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The iTunes Store
Within the same application lies the iTunes store, which is a one-stop shop for all entertainment downloads. Users can browse through the latest releases in music, books, movies, and music videos. Simple to navigate, the store helps users discover the content they love by picking the hottest downloads of the week and giving suggestions based on previous purchases. Users sign in using their Apple ID and password and can pay by using an iTunes gift card or linking a credit card. After purchase, the items are instantly downloaded onto the device through Wi-Fi and accessible.