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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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The familiar iTunes list view is available still, in a more refined design. Songs purchased from the iTunes Store will be stored on Apple's iCloud servers, where they can be streamed directly or downloaded via the iCloud icon. The ability to download past purchases from iCloud can make file recovery much easier in the event of a crash that damages a local iTunes library.

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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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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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