Apple iTunes for Windows (64-bit) 12.6.1

2.2 out of 5 stars 2.2 (367 votes)


Windows 7/8/10/Vista/XP / Freeware / 66,733 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.

For 64-bit versions of Windows.

Reviews of Apple iTunes for Windows (64-bit)

  1. 2 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 12.6.1 (May 16, 2017)

    Does anyone have a good alternative program to store my ITUNES music and update my IPOD shuffle, I feel like this is the only software??

  2. 1 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 12.6.0 (Mar 22, 2017)

    Worst of the worst!

  3. 1 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 12.3 (Sep 17, 2015)

    From my point of view it's some part of an evil plan to slow down & disable windows PC's so their hapless owners turn to the jolly land of Apple in desperation to get a working computer - Adds over twenty seven billion registry entries in an attempt to stop your PC ever working again. (Remember once iTunes is on your PC it's on for good)

  4. 1 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 12.2.2 (Aug 16, 2015)

    Installed on Windows 10, Program bombs when running due to missing files. I uninstalled until Apple corrects the install. I have always had problems with Apple software running on my Hp Laptop..Something is always missing when installing.products...wonder if anyone checks these apps before they are released to the public?

  5. 4 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 12.2 (Jul 1, 2015)

    What’s new in iTunes 12.2

    iTunes 12.2 brings support for listening to Beats 1 live Internet radio programming, as well as for streaming songs through Apple Music.

    You will notice a brand new For You section which lets you browse songs Apple thinks you’ll love, based on your taste and past listening history. In addition to For You, another section labeled New provides a curated selection of new song and album releases.

    Lastly, there’s a Connect section where you can check out additional materials artists may post for music lovers to enjoy, such as lyrics, photo galleries, behind-the-scene videos, additional recordings and more.

    The three new sections are also available on iOS 8.4’s revamped Music app.


    Apple has provided the following description of new features in iTunes 12.2:

    - For You—Get playlist and album recommendations you’ll love, selected just for you based on your musical tastes. The more you listen, the better For You gets.

    - New—Discover the best new music, handpicked by our music editors. Explore mixes created just for activities like exercising, or find great handcrafted playlists in a wide variety of genres. With Apple Music, you’ll always have the perfect soundtrack for any occasion.

    - Connect—A single place to connect with your favorite artists. See thoughts, photos, music, and videos shared from your favorite artists. You can comment on or love anything an artist has posted, and the artist can respond to you directly.

    - Beats 1—Tune in to Beats 1, broadcast live from cities around the globe. Enjoy music, interviews, exclusive radio shows, and the best of what’s going on in the world of music. Beats 1—worldwide and always on.

    - Apple Music Radio—Radio has been completely redesigned. Play from Featured Stations, where our music experts hand select every song you hear. Or, start a new station from any artist or song. In addition, it’s now easy to quickly return to your favorite stations with Recently Played.

    - My Music—Find all your music in one place, including iTunes purchases, music you’ve imported from CD, and now songs from Apple Music.

    - iTunes Store—The iTunes Store is still the best place to buy your favorite music, one song or album at a time.

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