Apple Introduces iTunes Worlds Best and Easiest To Use Jukebox Software
MACWORLD EXPO, SAN FRANCISCOJanuary 9, 2001Apple® today introduced iTunes, the worlds best and easiest to use jukebox software that lets users create and manage their own music library on their Mac®. iTunes lets Mac users import songs from their favorite CDs; compress them into the popular MP3 format and store them on their computers hard drive; organize their music using powerful searching, browsing and play list features; watch stunning visualizations on their computer screen; and burn their own audio CDs all in one easy-to-use application. Exclusively for Mac users, iTunes is available as a free download from www.apple.com.
Apple has done what Apple does best make complex applications easy, and make them even more powerful in the process, said Steve Jobs, Apples CEO. iTunes is miles ahead of every other jukebox application, and we hope its dramatically simpler user interface will bring even more people into the digital music revolution.
As the ultimate way to manage digital music and create custom CDs, iTunes lets users:
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