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Mac OS X 10.6: About iTunes

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About iTunes

With iTunes, you can play music, movies (including captioned and subtitled movies), TV shows, audiobooks, and podcasts that you’ve downloaded from the iTunes Store, or music you’ve imported from CDs. Organize your music into playlists to load onto your iPod and iPhone to play on the go. You can also use iTunes to synchronize contact and calendar information between your computer and your iPod and iPhone.

If your Mac computer includes Apple Remote, you can use Front Row to play iTunes music, podcasts, and videos on your Mac or TV from a distance. Using built-in Bonjour networking technology, you can play shared music, podcasts, and videos stored on other computers on your local network that have iTunes.

To learn more about iTunes or to download the latest version, visit the iTunes website. If you already have iTunes on your computer, choose Help > iTunes Help.

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