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Apple iTunes

iTunes is a full-featured digital music player. Its features include "smart" playlists, an MP3 and AAC encoder, a CD burner, search functionality, rating of songs, a volume level optimizer, play count tracking, visualization, iPod file transfer management, and much more.

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  •  18 May 2004 03:15

    Release Notes: Tracks that have been purchased can be authorized to play on up to five computers, a number that has increased from three in previous versions. The number of times you can burn a playlist to an audio CD has been reduced from ten to seven. Also new is iMix, a feature which allows you to publish your playlists on the iTunes Music Store and include comments on each track.

    •  09 May 2003 17:29

      Release Notes: This version features the iTunes Music Store, which allows users to browse and purchase music online. It supports playing and encoding of the AAC format, and introduces a music sharing facility through Rendezvous.

      •  06 Jan 2003 18:58

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

        Recent comments

        06 Apr 2007 12:59 mdnava

        iTunes for Linux/BSD

        iTunes is a great multimedia application available (http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/) for Windows and Mac OS X, but I've been expecting a port to Linux/BSD for a long time now (4 years I think) without even having news about it. There was a disscusion on this very same page about Mac OS X being (or not) Unix and whether or not this app should be on Freshmeat... I won't comment on that but...


        I just try another search this morning and I just cannot believe there is still no iTunes for Linux/BSD at this point, considering Apple has commited (http://developer.apple.com/opensource/index.html) to the Open Source community, iTunes is already available for Windows and its strongest is in fact with multimedia.

        Mel

        13 Jul 2006 05:28 waffle

        Re: Reason for low rating


        > Oh, and from what i hear, it doesnt

        > support ogg files either. C'est la

        > vie.

        It supports ogg with a plugin. I would give you a link to it, but I

        forgot where it is.

        22 Jun 2005 01:21 Breadcrust

        Re: why is mac stuff on freshmeat??


        > http://webkit.opendarwin.org/

        http://www.kdedevelopers.org/node/view/1001

        http://www.kdedevelopers.org/node/view/1049

        hopefully Apple can be a bit more helpful to the open source community in the future

        12 Jun 2005 02:52 scoop

        Re: why is mac stuff on freshmeat??

        > what was that? practically nothing

        http://webkit.opendarwin.org/ (http://webkit.opendarwin.org/)

        12 Jun 2005 02:39 Breadcrust

        Re: why is mac stuff on freshmeat??


        > Err, what about the KHTML stuff they've

        > given back to the KHTML projects (from

        > Safari)?

        what was that? practically nothing

        > What about the Darwin project?

        what open-source projects have been significant improvements because of darwin?

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