Apple iTunes for Windows 11.3

2.2 out of 5 stars 2.2 (2022 votes)


Windows 7/8/Vista/XP / Freeware / 1,048,708 downloads

iTunes lets you create your own personal digital music library, allowing you to manage and play your music collection with drag-and-drop simplicity. iTunes, the software part of the equation that lets you pack 7,500 songs in your pocket, automatically synchronizes with the sensational new iPod at high speeds over FireWire. iTunes gives you the ability to generate dynamic Smart Playlists that reflect your preferences and listening habits. With iTunes it's easy to create CDs that play back on in your car, your home stereo, Macs and on Windows-based PCs. iTunes 4 adds the ability to share music among your Macs, play and encode AAC files, and view album art.

Reviews of Apple iTunes for Windows

  1. 4 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 11.1.4 (Feb 17, 2014)


  2. 3 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 11.1 (Sep 25, 2013)

    kind of annoying sometimes

  3. 1 out of 5 stars
    Artem S. Tashkinov

    Reviewing 11.1 (Sep 18, 2013)

    A pure form of is***.

  4. 1 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 11.0.2 (Feb 20, 2013)

    Even when Microsoft is leaving their old path to embrace the new devices, what is good for a mobile or tablet is normally not the best for desktops or laptops, and this is a clear example of it.

    I keep using the old Music Match Jukebox running on Windows 7 and Windows 8 perfectly well. No internet intrusions at all, total security for my music files and easy editing to rename, clasify or include lyrics or album images (new lyrics or album images are easily downloaded from Google, you only need copy/paste).

    Earlier or later laptops and desktop computers will be considered as something totally different from mobiles and tablets, not only because of their compatibility with old programs but also for their different features and use convenience.

    Even when you find both by the dish, you can't use a fork to eat a soup

  5. 1 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing (Nov 30, 2012)

    Worst. iTunes. Ever!

    Confusing at first, though you can restore the old look to some extend. That's okay.

    BUT: It badly messed up / destroyed my library!

    I purchased an album, all tracks downloaded (download manager must be opened in seperate window by clicking on the icon that appeared in the upper right corner), but only 5 appeared in the library, all others are still sitting in the "downloads" folder, waiting to be processed, which never happens.

    Also I added some MP3s, they show up, but any actions brings a message "items have not been processed".

    Will try to go back to 10.7 for now. 11.0 just SUCKS!!!

Discuss Apple iTunes for Windows

  1. Jul 21, 2011 - 8:26 AM

    Getting rid of this and quicktime was one of the best days my computer ever had. bye bye Apple

  2. Nov 14, 2010 - 6:27 PM

    Winamp has become a little more bloated and buggy over the years but its still superior to iTunes in pretty much every respect. Unless you actually own Apple hardware you have no use for this program, at all. Correction: unless you just want it for the iTunes Store, you really have NO need for iTunes. Winamp will fully support your iPod and it has plugins, skins and many other ways to customize the experience and will link directly to a number of music stores.

  3. Apr 7, 2009 - 8:51 AM

    For those of you complaining of the bloat of Itunes and slow startup you obviously have never experienced Zune 3.0. Itunes runs like a speedy DOS app compared to that Monster!!!! I have a friend that has a Zune and the device itself is nice the software is garbage and sadly there are no 3rd party apps like sharepod that can be used with it. I personally won't buy any media player that requires an app to transfer media to it. I have 2 that you merely plug in and use explorer or whatever file manager you choose to transfer media to/from it.