Download shows, music and organize it all using iTunes. If you want a friend to listen to your favorite hits, encourage her to download iTunes. Not only can she listen to music, but she can also buy music that she likes. Share the music by giving her your password, or you can freely share by allowing everyone to have as much access as you’d like to your music and other media. This application has a tremendous variety of multimedia including television shows, and podcasts, too.
Use the application to transfer jazz, country, rock R&B and other genres of music available on iTunes from your computer to your mobile device. You can synchronize your devices, making sure that you have all of your music, books, and other multimedia with you. It’s also neat to rent movies using iTunes, and watch full-length movies on your mobile device or home computer.
If you prefer, listen to the radio using iTunes. There are plenty of stations to choose from, and if you don’t like the preset stations you can add your favorite, by pasting the web address into the application. Once you have chosen your favorite station program it into iTunes so you can easily find it. It’s convenient to quickly find your favorite station, and listen to the news on the radio while you are on the go. While you are listening to the radio, you can watch the cool colors and pictures on the visualizer. The shapes move with the sound of the music.
Mix Music and Adjust the Sound
People who enjoy mixing music will have a great time mixing their tunes using the application. Create a special romantic playlist and use the application to make the songs your own, by mixing them. You can use this tool at parties. Try pulling together your favorite music for a hot playlist that will keep the party jumping all night long. Have you ever listened to music and noticed that some of your tunes are playing louder than the others? With iTunes, you can adjust the sound so that the volume for all of your song is equal. You don’t have to worry about having one song blasting in your ears, and another tune too low to hear.