It’s easy to get more out of your music: go digital with iTunes.
Take it with you.
Now all your music can come along for the ride (or the run or the flight). Just connect your iPod, iPhone or iPad to your computer, and iTunes automatically syncs your music. Or you can select which songs to take with you.
You probably have more shelf space devoted to CDs than to photos. With iTunes, you can import your entire CD collection into your computer — so all your favourite music lives in one place, ready to search, organise and play in a click. And no CDs mean no packaging and no waste — which also means going digital is better for the environment.
Get instant gratification.
Spare yourself a trip to the record shop. Stop waiting for CDs to arrive in the post. Buying music online from the iTunes Store means you can shop anytime, day and night. Buy songs, starting at US$0.69, one at a time — or buy whole albums — and they start downloading immediately.
Mix and match music.
iTunes lets you organise and play your music in a whole new way. Take playlists, for example. Create a new one and drag songs into it, ready to play or burn to a CD. Or create a Smart Playlist that iTunes fills automatically according to your preferences.
Learn how to go digital with iTunes.
iTunes is a music player and a music store all in one. Use it to import songs from CDs you already own. Or add new music to your collection from the iTunes Store. All your music in one place and a built-in music store on your computer means no more rifling through jewel cases, no more trips to record shops, and an easy way to get everything from your computer to your iPod — ready to play on the go.