Apple iTunes Does Windows... and AOL

With 13 million downloads under the iTunes Music Store belt since the April 2003 launch, cavalier Jobs pledged his company will now sell 100 million songs by April 2004. Currently, Apple supports 200,000 titles but has machinations to offer more than 400,000 songs by the end of October. Like its Mac counterpart, the second generation Windows version also features, MP3 and AAC encoding from audio CDs, Smart Playlists, over 250 free Internet radio stations, and the ability to burn custom playlists to CDs and MP3 CDs, burn content to DVDs to back-up an entire music collection and share music between computers via Rendezvous over any network, cross-platform.

Provided by: Jupitermedia Topic: Software Date Added: Oct 2003 Format: HTML

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