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Apple iTunes 11: Visual Tour

Take a closer look at Apple iTunes 11 and see how the venerable music application and e-commerce interface has been redesigned for the better.
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Version 11 gets rid of the left-hand navigation panel, to gain more screen space for store content. It retains a revised version of the right-hand panel, full of links that are relevant to the store experience. The Cover Flow-inspired slideshow at the top of the store window is much easier to interact with than the old mosaic marquee with scroll arrows that appeared in response to a mouse cursor.

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Leo Regulus
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12/2/2012 | 2:16:34 PM
re: Apple iTunes 11: Visual Tour
Unfortunate choice of article format. If I can't read your article, I also cannot see, or click on your ads / sponsors. Your decision.
Bill Peschel
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11/30/2012 | 5:18:00 PM
re: Apple iTunes 11: Visual Tour
Nope. Not clicking through 12 screens, each with a single sentence of information. I'll get the info somewhere else.
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