iTunes.Your music and movies take center stage.

iTunes is the best way to organize and enjoy the music and movies you already have — and shop for the ones you want to get. It’s also home to Apple Music, with an enormous catalog of 40 million songs, curated playlists,1 Beats 1 radio, and more. Enjoy all the entertainment iTunes has to offer on your Mac and PC.

Know what’s next. Now.

Apple Music is how you’ll know what’s next. Discover new music. Listen to any song in the vast 40‑million‑song catalog. Play music online or off. All with no commitment and no ads. And once you sign up for your free, three-month trial,2 all the music in your iTunes library — no matter where it came from — will live right inside the Apple Music catalog.

The movie you always wished for. Granted.

With over 100,000 movies to choose from, there’s always something great to watch on iTunes.3 And if you watch on Apple TV 4K, you’ll be able to enjoy a tremendous selection of your favorite content in 4K HDR. So get ready to enjoy the hit movies you’ve been waiting to see — anytime, anywhere. Just tap to play, or even download if you’re going somewhere you won’t have Wi-Fi.

Kubo And The Two Strings is available on iTunes

A universe of entertainment.
Available wherever you are.

The iTunes Store is available on all your devices, which means you can buy that catchy song you just heard or rent that movie you’ve been meaning to see, anytime you want. All the music and movies you buy are immediately available, no matter how you want to play them.

Family Sharing.
Being a family has its perks.

Family Sharing makes it easy for up to six people in your family to share each other’s iTunes purchases. Whenever a family member buys a new song or album, everyone else can download and enjoy it. Families can share movies, too. And for kids under age 13, or any other family members you choose, you can turn on Ask to Buy, which requires parental permission before purchasing.4

Learn more

Set up Family Sharing for up to six people.

Family members can download what they want with a tap.

Have kids ask permission before making purchases.