iTunes is Apple's jukebox software and a gateway to Apple's online media store and portable devices like iPods and iPhones. It's currently in its eighth release, and now features a built-in recommendation tool that can create playlists based on listening habits from your library, as well as other iTunes users.
The software started out as Mac-only, but became cross-platform with Windows shortly after Apple realized that it could make more money from music and movie sales than with iPods alone.
Google wants to mimic iMessage's magic with Android Messages
In the battle of texting apps, Google has a plan to create a unified, interactive texting experience across all Android devices using RCS and the Android Messages app. But not everyone is being a team player.
by Bridget Carey
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