iTunes for Windows (32-bit)
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You might have a love/hate relationship with iTunes. You might love the iTunes store, an unparalleled digital gateway to a world of music and movies, TV shows and podcasts, books and apps. But you might hate the iTunes interface, which is slow and, some argue, far clunkier than the word ‘clunky’ can ever describe.
We’d argue that you can look past the fiddly UI because (a) Apple has already tinkered with the design, and (b) the current incarnation of iTunes still has its strengths.
Sync, transfer and organize
For starters, Apple’s software is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions, the second of which gives the media player an extra lick of speed on compatible computing systems. It’s also free, and like any other media player you can use it to import your MP3s and audio CDs, burn your own compilations and transfer playlists to your mobile gadgets.
If you have an iPod, iPad, or iPhone you'll want to use the sync feature. Depending on the settings, new songs or whole playlists can be transferred automatically. iTunes can also create playlists that are tailored to your musical preferences. Plus, you can bring your mobile music player up to date manually via drag-and-drop.
It’s worth noting that the music files Apple sells are only offered in the AAC format. But you can trade that off against the built-in Genius feature, which allows you to analyse your titles, buy similar music or automatically create playlists with suitable songs. There’s also a new Up Next feature, which replaces the old track randomizer, iTunes DJ.