Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by New Year Convoy, Dec 24, 2007.
Does Rhapsody,Yahoo music and aol music use the iTunes software? I'm new to iPods.
No I do tech support for the product and it does not use the itunes software!
Do some research on Wikipedia...but generally, no. What you'd have to do is either use some piece of software to make the conversion, or burn the tracks to a disc and then rip the disc into iTunes.
Where can I go, where they use the iTunes software?
Do you mean MP3's for free, or to purchase?
Songs on itunes are .99 cents...
I know there is conversion software, as well, I honestly have not done it.
Rhapsody carries files in AAC format now as well.
What I don't know is whether or not a song purchased on Rhapsody (or elsewhere) in AAC format with DRM will work in iTunes. See here for more information.
Amazon.com sells DRM-free song downloads that can be used in iTunes.
How much does iTunes cost each month?
iTunes is a free software that helps you organize your music on your computer and iPods. If you have another type of media player you can still se some iTunes content on those. I have a Creative Zen and I can use iTunes to get podcasts then use my Zen software to transfer it to my player.
I use this for my iPod
I use the free version which will do me fine.
That Imtoo software is awesome. I've been using Switch for audio conversion but couldn't find anything for video. Thanks for the tip.
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