With iTunes Radio, you can instantly build a new station by choosing an artist or song. Or choose from one of more than 250 DJ-curated and genre-focused stations. Listening to a song you like from your music library? You can have a station built around it, too. Then you can fine-tune the mix by adding artists and songs, skipping music you don’t like, or adjusting the amount of hits or new music you’d like to hear.
Your stations adapt to the music you play and download. The more you use iTunes Radio and iTunes, the more iTunes Radio knows what you like to listen to — and the more personalized your experience becomes. You can listen to iTunes Radio on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, PC, and Apple TV. All your stations are stored in iCloud, so if you stop playing a station on one device, you can pick it up on another without syncing. And no matter what device you listen on, your stations adjust with every song you play.
With iTunes, it’s easy to get all your music organized. Any song or album you purchase from iTunes goes straight into your music library. And when you import your CDs, iTunes automatically adds the album, artist, and song names, along with the album art. Then, with your whole collection to choose from, you can create the ultimate playlists for rocking out, working out, or chilling out. You can also rate your songs with one to five stars, so it’s easy to find your favorites later.
Just click to listen to your music, watch a movie or TV show, play an audiobook, or take in a lecture from iTunes U. And now, thanks to Podcast stations, you can organize and play your favorite podcasts while keeping them in sync across all your Apple devices. With iTunes LP, you can dive into lyrics and liner notes, watch videos, and more. And select movies include iTunes Extras like behind-the-scenes footage, cast and crew interviews, and deleted scenes.
Not sure what you want to hear? Let shuffle decide. And when you need to make room on your screen for more than music, switch to the MiniPlayer. It’s big enough to let you see the songs that are coming up, search your entire collection, and change the track order using Up Next. And small enough that it’s never in the way.
Genius can search your library to find songs that go great together, then organize them into genre-based mixes you’ll love. It can also put together Genius playlists. Choose a song you like and select Start Genius. And just like that, Genius finds songs with the same vibe and assembles a new playlist for you. If you can’t decide what to listen to, click Genius Shuffle to have a song — and more great songs like it — chosen automatically. When you’re ready for a change of pace, simply click Genius Shuffle again. When you expand an album in your library, you can also see In the Store recommendations for songs you don’t own yet — but should.
iTunes has lots of ways to help you find content you’ll love. Top Charts. The free Single or App of the Week. The handpicked Movie and TV Show of the Week. New music recommendations based on your past purchases. And so much more.
With iCloud, the music you buy from the iTunes Store automatically appears on all your devices. Music, movies, and TV shows purchased on any device are instantly accessible in your iTunes library on your Mac or PC.5 Just click to play, or even download if you’re going somewhere you won’t have Wi-Fi. If you start watching a movie, playing a podcast, or listening to an audiobook and stop before the end, iCloud remembers where you left off. So you can pick up in the same spot on any of your devices.
With iTunes Match, all your music can be stored in iCloud — even songs you’ve imported from CDs.6 You can access your music from all your devices and listen to your entire library wherever you are. Subscribe to iTunes Match on your Mac, PC, or iOS device and listen to music ad-free on iTunes Radio for just $24.99 per year.Learn more about iTunes Match
It’s easy to keep your iPod touch, iPod classic, iPod nano, and iPod shuffle ready to rock. Open iTunes, click Settings for your iPod, and choose a category like music or movies to see a list of what’s already there. To add something, click Add To, and your entire iTunes library appears next to the list of what’s on your iPod. Drag and drop. And you’re done.
Apple TV lets you choose from thousands of current and classic movies and TV shows from iTunes — many in stunning 1080p HD — on your widescreen TV.3 You can also play your music collection, view your photos, listen to podcasts, stream iTunes Radio, and purchase songs right from the big screen.