iTunes for Windows 8.1 Gets Many Design and Performance Improvements, Download Latest Version Now
Even Windows users have iTunes downloaded on their devices, since many of them own iPhones, iPads and iPods, as well. So Apple takes care of them, as well. Here’s details on the latest version of iTunes.
The latest iTunes version for Windows devices is available for Windows XP Service Pack 3, 32-bit editions of Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 users, as well. The latest update brings many design and performance improvements to make iTunes easier and much better.
Let’s have a look at the latest details that have been made available in version iTunes 12.0.1 for Windows. Pretty much all the same features have been made available for Mac users, as well.
It’s now possible to share your purchases from iTunes, iBooks, and the App Store with up to six people in your family. You don’t even have to share accounts or passwords and setting up your iCloud Family is very easy by choosing iCloud in System Preferences on OS X Yosemite or Settings on iOS 8.
Faster access to favorite media
iTunes now includes dedicated icons for music, movies, or TV shows, which make it easier to get to wherever you want to go in your library with a single click.
Improved browsing between Store and library
It’s now easier to jump between your personal collection and what’s new for each category as the iTunes Store is now a part of media of your library. It’s a much needed improvement and it’s nice to see it getting released.
With the latest update, iTunes puts recently added albums, movies, or TV shows at the top of your library. Now, it’s much easier to find something new to play as you see recently added media files into your account.
Improved playlist editing and ‘Get info’
The full music library and playlists are now available in the same place, letting you browse your music and drag your favorite songs into any playlist. With the improved Get Info, it’s now easier to focus on what you need.
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