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iTunes US Top Song Downloads

1. Easy On Me - Adele

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2. Lets Go Brandon - Loza Alexander


3. Fancy Like - Walker Hayes


4. Bad Habits - Ed Sheeran


5. Cold Heart (PNAU Remix) - Elton John & Dua Lipa


6. Shivers - Ed Sheeran

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7. STAY - The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber


8. Big Subwoofer - MOUNT WESTMORE, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, E & Too $hort


9. Levitating - Dua Lipa

© A Warner Records UK Release, &#; Dua Lipa Limited under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited. Except tracks 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 18 &#; , tracks 1 & 2 &#; Dua Lipa Limited under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited, track 14 &#; RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment, track 19 &#; Sueños Globales, LLC, Exclusively Licensed to UMG Recordings Inc, &#; Universal Music Latino/NEON

My Universe (SUGA's Remix) - Coldplay & BTS


U Gurl - Walker Hayes


Meet Me At Our Spot - THE ANXIETY, WILLOW & Tyler Cole


If I Didn't Love You - Jason Aldean & Carrie Underwood


Buy Dirt (feat. Luke Bryan) - Jordan Davis


INDUSTRY BABY - Lil Nas X & Jack Harlow


Beggin - Måneskin


Love Again - Dua Lipa

© A Warner Records UK Release, &#; Dua Lipa Limited under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited. Except tracks 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 18 &#; , tracks 1 & 2 &#; Dua Lipa Limited under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited, track 14 &#; RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment, track 19 &#; Sueños Globales, LLC, Exclusively Licensed to UMG Recordings Inc, &#; Universal Music Latino/NEON

Let's Go Brandon (feat. Tyson James & Chandler Crump) - Bryson Gray


'Til You Can't - Cody Johnson


Perfect - Ed Sheeran

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Heat Waves - Glass Animals


My Universe - Coldplay X BTS


You Are the Reason - Calum Scott


Sweet Caroline - Neil Diamond


Let Somebody Go - Coldplay X Selena Gomez


Scars in Heaven - Casting Crowns


Ghost - Justin Bieber

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You Should Probably Leave - Chris Stapleton


Same Boat - Zac Brown Band


Thinking Out Loud - Ed Sheeran


Shape of You - Ed Sheeran


Classic - MKTO

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Chasing After You - Ryan Hurd & Maren Morris


Way 2 Sexy (feat. Future & Young Thug) - Drake


My Universe - Coldplay X BTS


Memory - Kane Brown x blackbear


Made - Spencer Crandall


STAY - The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber


Am I The Only One - Aaron Lewis


My Jesus - Anne Wilson


good 4 u - Olivia Rodrigo

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Fancy Like (feat. Kesha) - Walker Hayes & Kesha


Sand In My Boots - Morgan Wallen


Need To Know - Doja Cat


Neon Moon - Brooks & Dunn


traitor - Olivia Rodrigo

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Bad Habits - Ed Sheeran

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Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home) - Elle King & Miranda Lambert


Who Want Smoke?? (feat. G Herbo, Lil Durk & 21 Savage) - Nardo Wick


If I Would Have Known - Kyle Hume


Ride the Lightning ( Tapes) - Warren Zeiders


THATS WHAT I WANT - Lil Nas X


Memory I Don't Mess With - Lee Brice


(Everything I Do) I Do It for You - Bryan Adams


Don't Start Now - Dua Lipa

© A Warner Records UK Release, &#; Dua Lipa Limited under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited. Except tracks 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 18 &#; , tracks 1 & 2 &#; Dua Lipa Limited under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited, track 14 &#; RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment, track 19 &#; Sueños Globales, LLC, Exclusively Licensed to UMG Recordings Inc, &#; Universal Music Latino/NEON

If I Was a Cowboy - Miranda Lambert


Leave Before You Love Me - Marshmello & Jonas Brothers


Cold As You - Luke Combs


Face Off - Tech N9ne, Joey Cool, King Iso & Dwayne Johnson


One Mississippi - Kane Brown


Rumors - Lizzo & Cardi B


I Quit Drinking - Kelsea Ballerini & LANY


Big Energy - Latto


Here and Now - Luther Vandross


Happier Than Ever - Billie Eilish


Thinking 'Bout You (feat. MacKenzie Porter) - Dustin Lynch


Tennessee Whiskey - Chris Stapleton


Monster Mash - Bobby "Boris" Pickett & The Crypt-Kickers


Joy of My Life - Chris Stapleton


Cold Heart (PNAU Remix) - Elton John & Dua Lipa


Water Me Down - Taylor Austin Dye


Blinding Lights - The Weeknd


Hello - Adele

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Sweet but Psycho - Ava Max


Pepas - Farruko


I Was On a Boat That Day - Old Dominion


Essence (feat. Tems) - Wizkid


Take My Breath - The Weeknd


Forever After All - Luke Combs


My Boy - Elvie Shane


This Is Halloween - The Citizens of Halloween


3 am - Matchbox Twenty


Good as Hell - Lizzo

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Levitating (feat. DaBaby) - Dua Lipa


The Good Ones - Gabby Barrett


Rolling in the Deep - Adele


Kings & Queens - Ava Max


You Right - Doja Cat & The Weeknd


Unchained Melody - The Righteous Brothers


Ghostbusters - Ray Parker Jr.


Astronaut In The Ocean - Masked Wolf


Lets Go Brandon - Forgiato Blow


See You Later (Ten Years) - Jenna Raine


Take My Name - Parmalee


Wasted On You - Morgan Wallen


Build Me Up Buttercup - The Foundations


Come Back As A Country Boy - Blake Shelton


Meant to Be - Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line


Knife Talk (feat. 21 Savage & Project Pat) - Drake


Love Nwantiti (ah ah ah) [feat. Joeboy & Kuami Eugene] [Remix] - CKay


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iTunes

Apple's media library and media player software

Not to be confused with Apple Music or Music (software).

This article is about the application software. For the media store, see iTunes Store. For other uses, see iTunes (disambiguation).

iTunes ()[1] is a media player, media library, Internet radio broadcaster, mobile device management utility, and the client app for the iTunes Store, developed by Apple Inc. It is used to purchase, play, download, and organize digital multimedia, on personal computers running the macOS and Windows operating systems, and can be used to rip songs from CDs, as well as play content with the use of dynamic, smart playlists. Options for sound optimizations exist, as well as ways to wirelessly share the iTunes library.

Originally announced by CEO Steve Jobs on January 9, , iTunes' original and main focus was music, with a library offering organization, collection, and storage of users' music collections. In , however, Apple expanded on the core features with support for digital video, podcasts, e-books, and mobile apps purchased from the iOS App Store (the last of which it discontinued in ). Until the release of iOS 5 in , all iPhones, iPod Touches and iPads required iTunes for activation and updating mobile apps. Newer iOS devices have less reliance on iTunes in order to function, though it can still be used to back up the contents of mobile devices, as well as to share files with personal computers.

Though well received in its early years, iTunes soon received increasingly significant criticism for a bloated user experience, with Apple adopting an all-encompassing feature-set in iTunes rather than sticking to its original music-based purpose. On June 3, , Apple announced that iTunes in macOS Catalina would be replaced by separate apps, namely Music, Podcasts, and TV. Finder would take over the device management capabilities.[2][3] This change would not affect Windows or older macOS versions.[4] By the mids, streaming media services surpassed iTunes' buy-to-own model, starting to generate more revenue in the industry.[5][6]

History[edit]

See also: History of iTunes

SoundJam MP, released by Casady & Greene in , was renamed "iTunes" when Apple purchased it in [7] The primary developers of the software moved to Apple as part of the acquisition, and simplified SoundJam's user interface, added the ability to burn CDs, and removed its recording feature and skin support.[8] The first version of iTunes, promotionally dubbed "World’s Best and Easiest To Use Jukebox Software,"[9] was announced on January 9, [10] Subsequent releases of iTunes often coincided with new hardware devices, and gradually included support for new features, including "smart playlists", the iTunes Store, and new audio formats.[10]

Platform availability[edit]

Apple released iTunes for Windows in [11]

On April 26, , iTunes was released on Microsoft Store for Windows 10,[12] primarily to allow it to be installed on Windows 10 devices configured to only allow installation of software from Microsoft Store.[13] Unlike Windows versions for other platforms, it is more self-contained due to technical requirements for distribution on the store (not installing background helper services such as Bonjour), and is updated automatically though the store rather than using Apple Software Update.[14]

Music library[edit]

iTunes features a music library. Each track has attributes, called metadata, that can be edited by the user, including changing the name of the artist, album, and genre, year of release, artwork, among other additional settings.[15][16] The software supports importing digital audio tracks that can then be transferred to iOS devices,[17] as well as supporting ripping content from CDs.[18][19] iTunes supports WAV, AIFF, Apple Lossless, AAC, and MP3 audio formats.[20] It uses the Gracenote music database to provide track name listings for audio CDs. When users rip content from a CD, iTunes attempts to match songs to the Gracenote service. For self-published CDs, or those from obscure record labels, iTunes will normally only list tracks as numbered entries ("Track 1" and "Track 2") on an unnamed album by an unknown artist, requiring manual input of data.[21]

File metadata is displayed in users' libraries in columns, including album, artist, genre, composer, and more.[22] Users can enable or disable different columns, as well as change view settings.[23]

Special playlists[edit]

Introduced in ,[24] "Party Shuffle" selected tracks to play randomly from the library, though users could press a button to skip a song and go to the next in the list.[25] The feature was later renamed "iTunes DJ",[26] before being discontinued altogether, replaced by a simpler "Up Next" feature that notably lost some of "iTunes DJ"'s functionality.[27]

Introduced in iTunes 8 in , "Genius" can automatically generate a playlist of songs from the user's library that "go great together".[28] "Genius" transmits information about the user's library to Apple anonymously, and evolves over time to enhance its recommendation system. It can also suggest purchases to fill out "holes" in the library.[29] The feature was updated with iTunes 9 in to offer "Genius Mixes", which generated playlists based on specific music genres.[30][31]

"Smart playlists" are a set of playlists that can be set to automatically filter the library based on a customized list of selection criteria, much like a database query. Multiple criteria can be entered to manage the smart playlist.[32] Selection criteria examples include a genre like Christmas music, songs that haven't been played recently, or songs the user has listened to the most in a time period.[33]

Library sharing[edit]

Through a "Home Sharing" feature, users can share their iTunes library wirelessly.[34] Computer firewalls must allow network traffic, and users must specifically enable sharing in the iTunes preferences menu. iOS applications also exist that can transfer content without Internet.[35] Additionally, users can set up a network-attached storage system, and connect to that storage system through an app.[36]

Artwork printing[edit]

To compensate for the "boring" design of standard CDs, iTunes can print custom-made jewel case inserts. After burning a CD from a playlist, one can select that playlist and bring up a dialog box with several print options, including different "Themes" of album artworks.[37]

Sound processing[edit]

iTunes includes sound processing features, such as equalization, "sound enhancement" and crossfade. There is also a feature called Sound Check, which automatically adjusts the playback volume of all songs in the library to the same level.[38][39]

Video[edit]

In May , video support was introduced to iTunes with the release of iTunes ,[40] though it was limited to bonus features part of album purchases.[41] The following October, Apple introduced iTunes 6, enabling support for purchasing and viewing video content purchased from the iTunes Store. At launch, the store offered popular shows from the ABC network, including Desperate Housewives and Lost, along with Disney Channel series That's So Raven and The Suite Life of Zack and Cody. CEO Steve Jobs told the press that "We’re doing for video what we’ve done for music — we’re making it easy and affordable to purchase and download, play on your computer, and take with you on your iPod."[42]

In , Apple and select film studios introduced "iTunes Digital Copy", a feature on select DVDs and Blu-ray discs allowing a digital copy in iTunes and associated media players.[43][44][45]

Podcasts[edit]

Main article: Apple Podcasts

The icon used by Apple to represent a podcast

In June , Apple updated iTunes with support for podcasts.[46][47] Users can subscribe to podcasts, change update frequency, define how many episodes to download and how many to delete.[47]

Similar to songs, "Smart playlists" can be used to control podcasts in a playlist, setting criteria such as date and number of times listened to.[48]

Apple is credited for being the major catalyst behind the early growth of podcasting.[49]

Books[edit]

Main article: Apple Books

In January , Apple announced the iPadtablet, and along with it, a new app for it called iBooks (now known as Apple Books). The app allowed users to purchase e-books from the iTunes Store, manage them through iTunes, and transfer the content to their iPad.[50]

Apps[edit]

Main article: App Store (iOS/iPadOS)

On July 10, , Apple introduced native mobile apps for its iOS operating system. On iOS, a dedicated App Store application served as the storefront for browsing, purchasing and managing applications, whereas iTunes on computers had a dedicated section for apps rather than a separate app.[51] In September , Apple updated iTunes to version , removing the App Store section in the process.[52][53] However, the following month, iTunes was also released, retaining the App Store, with 9to5Mac noting that the secondary release was positioned by Apple as "necessary for some businesses performing internal app deployments".[54][55]

iTunes Store[edit]

Main article: iTunes Store

Introduced on April 28, , The iTunes Music Store allows users to buy and download songs, with , tracks available at launch. In its first week, customers bought more than one million songs.[56] Music purchased was protected by FairPlay, an encryption layer referred to as digital rights management (DRM).[57] The use of DRM, which limited devices capable of playing purchased files,[58] sparked efforts to remove the protection mechanism.[59] Eventually, after an open letter to the music industry by CEO Steve Jobs in February ,[60] Apple introduced a selection of DRM-free music in the iTunes Store in April ,[61] followed by its entire music catalog without DRM in January [62]

In October , Apple announced that movies and television shows would become available through its iTunes Store, employing the DRM protection.[42]

iTunes U[edit]

In May , Apple announced the launch of "iTunes U" via the iTunes Store, which delivers university lectures from top U.S. colleges.[63][64]

With iTunes version in August , iTunes U collections became a part of the Podcasts app.[65]

On June 10, , Apple formally announced that iTunes U will be discontinued from the end of [66]

iTunes in the Cloud and iTunes Match[edit]

In June , Apple announced "iTunes in the Cloud", in which music purchases were stored on Apple's servers and made available for automatic downloading on new devices. For music the user owns, such as content ripped from CDs, the company introduced "iTunes Match", a feature that can upload content to Apple's servers, match it to its catalog, change the quality to kbit/s AAC format, and make it available to other devices.[67][68]

Internet radio and music streaming[edit]

Main articles: iTunes Radio and Apple Music

When iTunes was first released, it came with support for the KerbangoInternet radio tuner service.[69] In June , the company announced iTunes Radio, a free music streaming service.[70] In June , Apple announced Apple Music, its paid music streaming service, and subsequently rebranded iTunes Radio as Beats 1, a radio station accompanying Apple Music.[71]

iPhone connectivity[edit]

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iTunes was used to activate early iPhone models. Beginning with the iPhone 3G in June , activation did not require iTunes, making use of activation at point of sale.[72] Later iPhone models were able to be activated and set-up on their own, without requiring the use of iTunes.

Ping[edit]

Main article: iTunes Ping

With the release of iTunes 10 in September , Apple announced iTunes Ping, which CEO Steve Jobs described as "social music discovery". It had features reminiscent of Facebook, including profiles and the ability to follow other users.[73] Ping was discontinued in September [74]

Criticism[edit]

Security[edit]

The Telegraph reported in November that Apple had been aware of a security vulnerability since that would let unauthorized third parties install "updates" to users' iTunes software. Apple fixed the issue before the Telegraph's report and told the media that "The security and privacy of our users is extremely important", though this was questioned by security researcher Brian Krebs, who told the publication that "A prominent security researcher warned Apple about this dangerous vulnerability in mid, yet the company waited more than 1, days to fix the flaw."[75]

Software bloat[edit]

iTunes has been repeatedly accused of being bloated as part of Apple's efforts to turn it from a music player to an all-encompassing multimedia platform.[52][76][77][78][79] Former PC World editor Ed Bott accused the company of hypocrisy in its advertising attacks on Windows for similar practices.[80]

The role of iTunes has been replaced with independent apps for Apple Music, Apple TV, as well as iPhone, iPod, and iPad management being put into Finder, starting with macOS Catalina.

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Download macOS Catalina for an all&#x;new entertainment experience. Your music, TV shows, movies, podcasts, and audiobooks will transfer automatically to the Apple Music, Apple TV, Apple Podcasts, and Apple Books apps where you’ll still have access to your favorite iTunes features, including purchases, rentals, and imports.

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Hardware:

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  • To play p HD video, an iTunes LP, or iTunes Extras, a GHz Intel Core 2 Duo or faster processor is required
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  • Apple combo drive or SuperDrive to create audio, MP3, or backup CDs; some non-Apple CD-RW recorders may also work. Songs from the Apple Music catalog cannot be burned to a CD.

Software:

  • OS X version or later
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The latest entertainment apps now come installed with macOS Catalina. Upgrade today to get your favorite music, movies, TV shows, and podcasts. You can join Apple Music and stream — or download and play offline — over 75 million songs, ad‑free.

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The latest entertainment apps now come installed with macOS Catalina. Upgrade today to get your favorite music, movies, TV shows, and podcasts. You can join Apple Music and stream — or download and play offline — over 75 million songs, ad‑free.

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Visit the iTunes Store on iOS to buy and download your favorite songs, TV shows, movies, and podcasts. You can also download macOS Catalina for an all-new entertainment experience on desktop. Your library will transfer automatically to the new Apple Music app, Apple TV, and Apple Podcasts. And you’ll still have access to your favorite iTunes features, including your previous iTunes Store purchases, rentals, and imports and the ability to easily manage your library.

Music, TV, and podcasts

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iTunes forever changed the way people experienced music, movies, TV shows, and podcasts. It all changes again with three all-new, dedicated apps — Apple Music, Apple TV, and Apple Podcasts — each designed from the ground up to be the best way to enjoy entertainment on your Mac. And rest assured; everything you had in your iTunes library is still accessible in each app. iCloud seamlessly syncs everything across your devices — or you can back up, restore, and sync by connecting the device directly to your Mac.

Presenting Apple Music on Mac.

The new Apple Music app is the ultimate music streaming experience on Mac.1 Explore a library of over 75 million songs, discover new artists and tracks, find the perfect playlist, download and listen offline, or enjoy all the music you’ve collected over the years. And find it all in your music library on all your devices.

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The Apple TV app for Mac is the new home for all your favorite movies, shows, premium channels, and Apple TV+. Watch everything directly in the app or enjoy it offline, and discover the best of what’s on in the Watch Now tab. You can even pick up where you left off on any screen, across all your devices. And for the first time, 4K2 and Dolby Atmos3-supported movies are available on Mac.

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More than , of the best entertainment, comedy, news, and sports shows are now available on your Mac with Apple Podcasts. Search for podcasts by title, topic, guest, host, content, and more. Subscribe and be notified as soon as new episodes become available. And in the Listen Now tab, you can easily pick up where you left off across all your devices.

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iTunes Top 10 Music Charts U.S.A.

iTunes Top 10 Song Charts

Top Songs

Easy On Me - Adele Cover Art
  1. Easy On Me - Adele
  2. Lets Go Brandon - Loza Alexander
  3. Fancy Like - Walker Hayes
  4. Bad Habits - Ed Sheeran
  5. Cold Heart (PNAU Remix) - Elton John & Dua Lipa
  6. Shivers - Ed Sheeran
  7. STAY - The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber
  8. Big Subwoofer - MOUNT WESTMORE, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, E & Too $hort
  9. Levitating - Dua Lipa
  10. My Universe (SUGA's Remix) - Coldplay & BTS

iTunes top songs chart.

Top Country Songs

Fancy Like - Walker Hayes Cover Art
  1. Fancy Like - Walker Hayes
  2. U Gurl - Walker Hayes
  3. If I Didn't Love You - Jason Aldean & Carrie Underwood
  4. Buy Dirt (feat. Luke Bryan) - Jordan Davis
  5. 'Til You Can't - Cody Johnson
  6. You Should Probably Leave - Chris Stapleton
  7. Same Boat - Zac Brown Band
  8. Chasing After You - Ryan Hurd & Maren Morris
  9. Made - Spencer Crandall
  10. Am I The Only One - Aaron Lewis

iTunes top Country songs chart.

Top Pop Songs

Easy On Me - Adele Cover Art
  1. Easy On Me - Adele
  2. Bad Habits - Ed Sheeran
  3. Cold Heart (PNAU Remix) - Elton John & Dua Lipa
  4. Shivers - Ed Sheeran
  5. STAY - The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber
  6. Levitating - Dua Lipa
  7. Love Again - Dua Lipa
  8. Perfect - Ed Sheeran
  9. You Are the Reason - Calum Scott
  10. Sweet Caroline - Neil Diamond

iTunes top pop songs chart.

Top Rap and Hip Hop Songs

Lets Go Brandon - Loza Alexander Cover Art
  1. Lets Go Brandon - Loza Alexander
  2. Big Subwoofer - MOUNT WESTMORE, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, E & Too $hort
  3. INDUSTRY BABY - Lil Nas X & Jack Harlow
  4. Let's Go Brandon (feat. Tyson James & Chandler Crump) - Bryson Gray
  5. Way 2 Sexy (feat. Future & Young Thug) - Drake
  6. Who Want Smoke?? (feat. G Herbo, Lil Durk & 21 Savage) - Nardo Wick
  7. Face Off - Tech N9ne, Joey Cool, King Iso & Dwayne Johnson
  8. Big Energy - Latto
  9. Astronaut In The Ocean - Masked Wolf
  10. Lets Go Brandon - Forgiato Blow

iTunes top hip hop and rap songs chart.

Top Alternative Rock Songs

My Universe (SUGA's Remix) - Coldplay & BTS Cover Art
  1. My Universe (SUGA's Remix) - Coldplay & BTS
  2. Meet Me At Our Spot - THE ANXIETY, WILLOW & Tyler Cole
  3. Heat Waves - Glass Animals
  4. My Universe - Coldplay X BTS
  5. Let Somebody Go - Coldplay X Selena Gomez
  6. Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home) - Elle King & Miranda Lambert
  7. Happier Than Ever - Billie Eilish
  8. No Time To Die - Billie Eilish
  9. Wrecked - Imagine Dragons
  10. Paralyzed - Sueco

iTunes top alternative rock songs chart.

Top R&B Songs

Here and Now - Luther Vandross Cover Art
  1. Here and Now - Luther Vandross
  2. Blinding Lights - The Weeknd
  3. Take My Breath - The Weeknd
  4. Have Mercy - Chlöe
  5. Somebody's Watching Me (Single Version) - Rockwell
  6. For Tonight - GIVĒON
  7. All of Me - John Legend
  8. Wfm - Realestk
  9. Save Your Tears - The Weeknd
  10. Forget Me Nots - Patrice Rushen

iTunes top R&B songs chart.

iTunes US Singles Charts

Holiday Charts

TV Singing Competition Charts

iTunes Top 10 Album Charts

Top Albums

Music of the Spheres - Coldplay Cover Art
  1. Music of the Spheres - Coldplay
  2. The Comeback - Zac Brown Band
  3. So Icy Boyz - Gucci Mane
  4. ALPHA - CL
  5. When Christmas Comes Around - Kelly Clarkson
  6. Human: The Double Album - Cody Johnson
  7. Dangerous: The Double Album - Morgan Wallen
  8. Welcome To Horrorwood: The Silver Scream 2 - ICE NINE KILLS
  9. Dream State - Moonroof
  10. 25 - Adele

iTunes Top albums chart.

Top Country Albums

The Comeback - Zac Brown Band Cover Art
  1. The Comeback - Zac Brown Band
  2. Human: The Double Album - Cody Johnson
  3. Dangerous: The Double Album - Morgan Wallen
  4. Georgia Blue - Jason Isbell and the Unit
  5. Starting Over - Chris Stapleton
  6. The Very Best of Travis Tritt (Remastered) - Travis Tritt
  7. Peso in My Pocket - Toby Keith
  8. Time, Tequila & Therapy - Old Dominion
  9. Acoustic Covers - Warren Zeiders
  10. star-crossed - Kacey Musgraves

iTunes top country albums chart.

Top Pop Albums

ALPHA - CL Cover Art
  1. ALPHA - CL
  2. 25 - Adele
  3. 21 - Adele
  4. SOUR - Olivia Rodrigo
  5. 19 - Adele
  6. ABBA Gold: Greatest Hits - ABBA
  7. Future Nostalgia (The Moonlight Edition) - Dua Lipa
  8. MONTERO - Lil Nas X
  9. WANTED - EP - CNBLUE
  10. NOW That's What I Call Music, Vol. 79 - Various Artists

iTunes top pop albums chart.

Top Rap and Hip Hop Albums

So Icy Boyz - Gucci Mane Cover Art
  1. So Icy Boyz - Gucci Mane
  2. Punk - Young Thug
  3. Faces - Mac Miller
  4. So Icy Boyz - Gucci Mane
  5. Certified Lover Boy - Drake
  6. Expensive Pain - Meek Mill
  7. ASIN9NE - Tech N9ne
  8. WEIGHT OF THE WORLD - Maxo Kream
  9. Donda - Kanye West
  10. Licensed to Ill - Beastie Boys

iTunes top Hip Hop and Rap albums chart.

Top Alternative Rock Albums

Music of the Spheres - Coldplay Cover Art
  1. Music of the Spheres - Coldplay
  2. Dream State - Moonroof
  3. Happier Than Ever - Billie Eilish
  4. The Black Parade - My Chemical Romance
  5. Optimist - FINNEAS
  6. Mercury - Act 1 - Imagine Dragons
  7. If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power - Halsey
  8. The Atlas Underground Fire - Tom Morello
  9. Parachutes - Coldplay
  10. A Rush of Blood to the Head - Coldplay

iTunes top alternative rock albums chart.

Top R&B Albums

The Definitive Collection - Lionel Richie Cover Art
  1. The Definitive Collection - Lionel Richie
  2. The Essential Luther Vandross - Luther Vandross
  3. Back of My Mind (Apple Music Edition) - H.E.R.
  4. Greatest Hits - Earth, Wind & Fire
  5. Ultimate Aaliyah - Aaliyah
  6. All-Time Greatest Hits - Barry White
  7. The Best of Sade - Sade
  8. WE ARE (The Deluxe Edition) - Jon Batiste
  9. Back to Black - Amy Winehouse
  10. Greatest Hits - Mariah Carey

iTunes top R&B albums chart.

iTunes US Album Charts

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American iTunes Charts

  • 1ADELE - Easy On Me

    Non-Mover. 7 days on the chart

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  • 2Loza Alexander - Lets Go Brandon

    Non-Mover. 9 days on the chart

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  • 3Walker Hayes - Fancy Like

    Non-Mover. days on the chart

    buy from iTunes $

  • 4Ed Sheeran - Bad Habits

    Non-Mover. days on the chart

    buy from iTunes $

  • 5Elton John & Dua Lipa - Cold Heart

    Non-Mover. 69 days on the chart

    buy from iTunes $

  • 6Ed Sheeran - Shivers

    Non-Mover. 41 days on the chart

    buy from iTunes $

  • 7The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber - STAY

    Non-Mover. days on the chart

    buy from iTunes $

  • 8Coldplay & BTS - My Universe

    Non-Mover. 3 days on the chart

    buy from iTunes $

  • 9MOUNT WESTMORE, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, E & Too $hort - Big Subwoofer

    Non-Mover. 2 days on the chart

    buy from iTunes $

  • 10Dua Lipa - Levitating

    Non-Mover. days on the chart

    buy from iTunes $

  • Sours: http://www.itunescharts.net/us/
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    Adele - Easy On Me

    2=

    Loza Alexander - Lets Go Brandon

    3=

    Walker Hayes - Fancy Like

    4=

    Ed Sheeran - Bad Habits

    5=

    Elton John & Dua Lipa - Cold Heart (PNAU Remix)

    6=

    Ed Sheeran - Shivers

    7+1

    The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber - STAY

    8NEW

    MOUNT WESTMORE, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, E & Too $hort - Big Subwoofer

    9=

    Dua Lipa - Levitating

    10-3

    Coldplay & BTS - My Universe (SUGA's Remix)

    11-1

    Walker Hayes - U Gurl

    12+2

    Jason Aldean & Carrie Underwood - If I Didn't Love You

    13+2

    THE ANXIETY, WILLOW & Tyler Cole - Meet Me At Our Spot

    14-2

    Jordan Davis - Buy Dirt (feat. Luke Bryan)

    15-4

    Lil Nas X & Jack Harlow - INDUSTRY BABY

    16-3

    Måneskin - Beggin

    17=

    Dua Lipa - Love Again

    18-2

    Bryson Gray - Let's Go Brandon (feat. Tyson James & Chandler Crump)

    19+2

    Cody Johnson - 'Til You Can't

    20-2

    Ed Sheeran - Perfect

    21+1

    Glass Animals - Heat Waves

    22-3

    Coldplay X BTS - My Universe

    23=

    Calum Scott - You Are the Reason

    24+4

    Neil Diamond - Sweet Caroline

    25-5

    Coldplay X Selena Gomez - Let Somebody Go

    26+1

    Casting Crowns - Scars in Heaven

    27-2

    Justin Bieber - Ghost

    28+1

    Chris Stapleton - You Should Probably Leave

    29-3

    Zac Brown Band - Same Boat

    30+3

    Ed Sheeran - Thinking Out Loud

    31+3

    Ed Sheeran - Shape of You

    32+4

    MKTO - Classic

    33+9

    Ryan Hurd & Maren Morris - Chasing After You

    34-3

    Coldplay X BTS - My Universe

    35-5

    Drake - Way 2 Sexy (feat. Future & Young Thug)

    36-4

    Kane Brown x blackbear - Memory

    37+1

    Spencer Crandall - Made

    38+10

    Aaron Lewis - Am I The Only One

    39=

    The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber - STAY

    40+1

    Anne Wilson - My Jesus

    41-4

    Olivia Rodrigo - good 4 u

    42-7

    Walker Hayes & Kesha - Fancy Like (feat. Kesha)

    43+2

    Morgan Wallen - Sand In My Boots

    44=

    Olivia Rodrigo - traitor

    45-5

    Brooks & Dunn - Neon Moon

    46=

    Ed Sheeran - Bad Habits

    47-4

    Elle King & Miranda Lambert - Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home)

    48+6

    Doja Cat - Need To Know

    49+15

    Nardo Wick - Who Want Smoke?? (feat. G Herbo, Lil Durk & 21 Savage)

    50+3

    Lil Nas X - THATS WHAT I WANT

    51+14

    Warren Zeiders - Ride the Lightning ( Tapes)

    52+7

    Kyle Hume - If I Would Have Known

    53+4

    Lee Brice - Memory I Don't Mess With

    54-5

    Bryan Adams - (Everything I Do) I Do It for You

    55=

    Miranda Lambert - If I Was a Cowboy

    56+2

    Dua Lipa - Don't Start Now

    57+13

    Luke Combs - Cold As You

    58-8

    Marshmello & Jonas Brothers - Leave Before You Love Me

    59+9

    Lizzo & Cardi B - Rumors

    60-9

    Tech N9ne, Joey Cool, King Iso & Dwayne Johnson - Face Off

    61=

    Kane Brown - One Mississippi

    62

    Kelsea Ballerini & LANY - I Quit Drinking

    63

    Luther Vandross - Here and Now

    64+5

    Latto - Big Energy

    65-5

    Billie Eilish - Happier Than Ever

    66+6

    Dustin Lynch - Thinking 'Bout You (feat. MacKenzie Porter)

    67

    Chris Stapleton - Tennessee Whiskey

    68-1

    Bobby "Boris" Pickett & The Crypt-Kickers - Monster Mash

    69+15

    Chris Stapleton - Joy of My Life

    70-8

    Elton John & Dua Lipa - Cold Heart (PNAU Remix)

    71-8

    The Weeknd - Blinding Lights

    72+6

    Ava Max - Sweet but Psycho

    73-7

    Adele - Hello

    74-1

    Farruko - Pepas

    75-4

    Wizkid - Essence (feat. Tems)

    76NEW

    Taylor Austin Dye - Water Me Down

    77-2

    The Weeknd - Take My Breath

    78+7

    Old Dominion - I Was On a Boat That Day

    79+4

    Luke Combs - Forever After All

    80+10

    Elvie Shane - My Boy

    81-1

    The Citizens of Halloween - This Is Halloween

    82+4

    Matchbox Twenty - 3 am

    83+11

    Gabby Barrett - The Good Ones

    84-7

    Lizzo - Good as Hell

    85NEW

    Dua Lipa - Levitating (feat. DaBaby)

    86-4

    Ava Max - Kings & Queens

    87

    Adele - Rolling in the Deep

    88NEW

    Masked Wolf - Astronaut In The Ocean

    89=

    Doja Cat & The Weeknd - You Right

    90+7

    Ray Parker Jr. - Ghostbusters

    91NEW

    The Righteous Brothers - Unchained Melody

    92NEW

    Forgiato Blow - Lets Go Brandon

    93-2

    Jenna Raine - See You Later (Ten Years)

    94-2

    Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line - Meant to Be

    95-7

    Morgan Wallen - Wasted On You

    96+3

    Blake Shelton - Come Back As A Country Boy

    97

    The Foundations - Build Me Up Buttercup

    98NEW

    Drake - Knife Talk (feat. 21 Savage & Project Pat)

    99NEW

    Parmalee - Take My Name

    CKay - Love Nwantiti (ah ah ah) [feat. Joeboy & Kuami Eugene] [Remix]

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    iTunes Store

    Digital media store

    The iTunes Store is a software-based online digital media store operated by Apple Inc. that opened on April 28, , as a result of Steve Jobs' push to open a digital marketplace for music. As of April , iTunes offers 60 million songs, million apps, 25, TV shows, and 65, films.[1] When it opened, it was the only legal digital catalog of music to offer songs from all five major record labels.[2] As of June , the iTunes Store possessed million active user accounts,[3] and served over million mobile devices.[4][5]

    The iTunes Store is available on most Apple devices, including the Mac (inside the Music app), the iPhone, the iPad, the iPod touch, and the Apple TV, as well as on Windows (inside iTunes). Video purchases from the iTunes Store are viewable on the Apple TV app on Roku[6] and Amazon Fire TV[7] devices and certain smart televisions.

    History[edit]

    Steve Jobs saw the opportunity to open a digital marketplace for music due to the rising popularity of easily downloadable tracks.[8][9][10][11] In , Jobs made an agreement with the five major record labels to offer their content through iTunes.[12] The iTunes Store was introduced by Jobs at the company's Worldwide Developers Conference in April [13][14] It was initially available on Mac computers and the iPod,[15] and was later expanded to Microsoft Windows in October [16]

    In April , the iTunes Store was the largest music vendor in the United States,[17] and in February , it was the largest music vendor in the world.[18] The iTunes Store's revenues in the first quarter of totaled nearly US$ billion.[19] By May 28, , the store had sold 35 billion songs worldwide.[20]

    In , it was reported that music streaming services had overtaken digital downloads in sales.[21] It was reported that iTunes-style digital download sales had dropped 24% as streaming sales continued to increase.[22]

    In April , the iTunes app was added to the Microsoft Windows 10 app store.[23] Beginning in the spring of , the iTunes app became available on Samsung Smart TVs.[24]

    In October , with the release of macOS Catalina, iTunes was split into separate Music, TV, and Podcasts apps. Apple's storefront for movies and television shows moved inside the TV app. Any music in users' iTunes library would transfer to the Music app, which would still offer access to the iTunes Store.[25][26]

    Features and restrictions[edit]

    Pricing model[edit]

    History[edit]

    Following the introduction of the iTunes Store, individual songs were all sold for the same price, though Apple introduced multiple prices in Music in the store is in the Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) format, which is the MPEGspecified successor to MP3. Originally, songs were only available with DRM and were encoded at kbit/s. At the January Macworld Expo, Apple announced that all iTunes music would be made available without DRM, and encoded at the higher-quality rate of &#;kbit/s. Previously, this model, known as "iTunes Plus", had been available only for music from EMI and some independent labels. Users can sample songs by listening to previews, ninety seconds in length, or thirty seconds for short tracks.

    In addition, the iTunes Store offers apps, which are applications used for various purposes (games, productivity, news, etc.) that are compatible with the iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad, although some apps are specifically for the iPhone or iPad only. Some Apps cost money (called "Paid Apps") and some are free (called "Free Apps"). Developers can decide which prices they want to charge for apps, from a pre-set list of pricing tiers, from free to several hundred dollars. When someone downloads an App, 70 percent of the purchase goes to the developer(s), and 30 percent goes to Apple.[27]

    At the Macworld keynote, Steve Jobs, who was Apple's CEO at the time, announced iTunes movie rentals.[28] Movies are available for rent in the iTunes Store on the same day they are released on DVD,[29] though the iTunes Store also offers for rental some movies that are still in theaters. Movie rentals are only viewable for 24 hours (in the US) or 48 hours (in other countries) after users begin viewing them. The iTunes Store also offers one low-priced movie rental a week: in the United States, this rental costs 99 cents. Movie rentals are not yet available in all countries but it is available in the United States, Mexico, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

    There is a weekly promotion in which one to three songs are available to download for free to logged-in users. Free downloads are available on Tuesdays, and remain free until the following Tuesday, when the store gets refreshed with new content.[30] Some artists choose to have select songs available for no charge. This is not available at all iTunes Stores. Some iTunes television programs have begun the same technique to encourage brand loyalty; although those stay longer. In fact, the iTunes Store has a "Free TV Episodes" page where free episodes are organized by length, either as "featurettes" (shorter than 15 minutes) or full length episodes (longer than 15 minutes). Free content can vary from a preview of a show to bonus content to pilot episodes and entire seasons of TV shows (examples of free seasons include HBO's The Weight of the Nation and ABC's Pan-Am). Some networks, such as ABC and NBC, have their own pages of "Free Season Premieres".

    While previously the US iTunes Store has offered as many as three free songs each week (the single of the week, Discovery Download, and Canción de la Semana) in recent years, the store has instead replaced the three aforementioned categories with a unified "Single of the Week" banner, with the week's single being from a new up and coming artist.[31] In , Apple discontinued the "Single of the Week" program.[32]

    Current model[when?][edit]

    Music[edit]
    • A song usually costs 99¢; however, for songs with high popularity, the price is usually raised to $ By default, songs that are more than 10 minutes are considered "Album Only"; distributors also have the power to make a song "Album Only." For special offers, song prices can be dropped to 69¢ or free.
    • By default, music albums cost $ or the price of all the songs combined if it is less than $ However, the music album's distributor can set a higher price for the album (as long as it is some amount of dollars and 99 cents), which usually happens on popular music albums. For special offers, prices of music albums can be dropped to $, $, $, or $
    • On June 30, , Apple launched Apple Music as a subscription service, initially available in countries.[33] New subscribers are offered a three-month free trial with ongoing subscriptions priced from $/month in the US[34] and £ in the UK[35] or €9,99 for countries in the Eurozone.[36]
    TV shows[edit]
    • By default, HD television episodes cost $, while standard definition television episodes cost $ However, distributors can make a television episode "Season Only."
    • A television season costs either an amount of dollars (determined by number of episodes and definition) and 99 cents with the number in the one's place being a 4, 7, or 9, or the price of all episodes combined.
    Movies[edit]
    • Unpopular movies cost $ to buy in standard definition and $ or $ to buy in HD. Popular movies or new releases cost $ or $ to buy in standard definition and $ or $ to buy in HD.
    • Unpopular movies cost $ to rent in standard definition and $ to rent in HD. Popular movies cost $ to rent in standard definition and $ to rent in HD. For recent releases, this price is increased by $1.
    • Movies that are available in 4K and HDR (either HDR10 or Dolby Vision with an HDR10 profile) cost the same price as HD, and are automatically upgraded from HD to 4K and HDR at no additional cost. Movies can be played back in 4K and HDR on an Apple TV 4K or a Mac released in or later running macOS Catalina when hooked up to a compatible display, and can be played back in HDR on an iPhone 8/X or later, a " or 11" iPad Pro, and a 2nd gen or later " iPad Pro running iOS 11 or later, or a MacBook released in or later running macOS Catalina or later.
    • Movies that are available with a Dolby Atmos audio track requires an Apple TV 4K running tvOS 12 or later hooked up to a Dolby Atmos soundbar or receiver, a MacBook released in or later running macOS Catalina, an iPhone XS/XR running iOS 13 or later, or an 11"/3-gen " iPad Pro running iPadOS or later.
    Apps[edit]

    App prices are set by the developer; they can be free of charge or charged at 99 cents plus any number of dollars.

    iTunes Store for iOS[edit]

    The iTunes Store allows users to purchase and download items directly to portable Apple devices, such as the iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and iPod Touch.[37] Apple offers three apps, each of which provides access to certain types of content.

    • The App Store app sells apps for iOS, and also provides updates to these apps.
    • The iTunes Store app sells music and videos.
    • The iBooks app sells ebooks.

    Other, free content available from the iTunes Store can be accessed from two other iOS apps:

    • The Podcasts apps lets users download, subscribe to and sync podcasts.
    • The iTunes U app gives access to iTunes U educational material.

    Originally, mobile users had to be connected to a Wi-Fi network in order to enter the store, hence its original name: iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store. However, at Macworld , Apple issued a software update which automatically allowed 3G and EDGE users to access the store's full functionality for files smaller than 10 megabytes (MB).[38] The iOS update added the ability to download movies, TV shows, audiobooks, iTunes U, and ringtones on mobile devices, in addition to the previously available songs and podcasts. On February 18, , Apple increased the 10&#;MB 3G download limit to 20&#;MB. In March , Apple increased the 3G download limit to 50&#;MB,[39] and, in late , Apple increased the limit to &#;MB when they released the final version of iOS 7 for their new iPhones.[40]

    Customer support[edit]

    In the United States, Apple provides technical support for the iTunes Store via email, there is no phone number for issues with iTunes purchases.[41] Most customer service inquiries are handled online, via the Report a Problem link in iTunes.[42]

    Charitable donations[edit]

    In response to major natural disasters, Apple provides the facility for donations to be made through the iTunes Store. Unlike other iTunes purchases, donations made to charitable organizations through this system are not subject to the 30% handling fee Apple usually charges.[43] iTunes donation pages were set up following the Haiti earthquake,[44] the Japanese earthquake and ensuing tsunami,[45] and 's Hurricane Sandy.[43] In all of these cases, donations were redirected to the Red Cross.

    Music[edit]

    The store began operations after Apple signed deals with five major record companies: EMI, Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, and Bertelsmann Music Group. Songs from more than 2, independent labels were added later, the first being from The Orchard on June 24,

    As of April , iTunes offers 60 million songs,[46][47] including exclusive tracks from numerous artists. Not all artists are available on iTunes, but many holdouts, such as Led Zeppelin and Radiohead, have allowed their music to be sold on the iTunes Store in recent years. New songs are added to iTunes catalog on a daily basis, and the iTunes Store is updated each Tuesday.

    Downloaded songs come with song information (name, artist, album) already filled out, though iTunes provides a free service by Gracenote to do this for songs not purchased from the store, although they must be imported with iTunes. Songs that have an entry in the iTunes Store also come with album artwork (Artwork is embedded in the metadata). Artwork can be obtained for songs not purchased from the store for free if the user has an iTunes Store account. Purchased songs do not come with lyrics, nor does iTunes provide a service for acquiring the missing lyrics. However, several third-party applications exist to locate and automatically add lyrics to the user's music.

    "Album Only" songs[edit]

    Some songs are available from the store by "Album Only", meaning the song can only be acquired through the purchase of the entire album, whereas most songs can be downloaded separately from the album they belong to.

    Songs above 10 minutes in length are by default Album Only songs.[48] However, this is not universally true; for example, Living in the Heart of the Beast by Henry Cow is 16 minutes and 18 seconds, yet is available for individual purchase as of December 24, Soundtracks also often have many Album Only tracks.

    Sometimes, the minute restriction works in an artist's favor. Examples of this include Prince's Lovesexy and the deluxe version of Phoenix's Bankrupt!, which both have an album as a single track instead of being separate, (in Prince's case, the track was the album, while in Phoenix's case, it was a collection of demos and outtakes) forcing the buyer to buy the album itself.

    Movie soundtracks normally include songs owned by many different labels, making licensing more complex. For example, Forrest Gump: The Soundtrack includes songs from Peacock Records, Argo Records, and Capitol Records, among many others. Greatest Hits by Red Hot Chili Peppers has only one song, "Higher Ground", that is not available for download on a per song basis, whilst Circus (Britney Spears' album) has two songs that are available for album download only, Rock Me In and Phonography.

    Partial Albums[edit]

    Some albums on the iTunes store are available only as a "Partial Album" meaning that one or more of the songs on an album's CD release aren't available on its iTunes equivalent, often due to differing copyright holders between songs.[49]

    "Work Only" songs[edit]

    Some tracks are listed as "Work Only", which means they can only be obtained by purchasing the entire piece of work (within the album); the tracks cannot be bought as singles. Works are generally pieces of classical music: symphonies, string quartets, etc., in multiple movements.

    "LP" format[edit]

    In September , Apple introduced the iTunes LP format (known pre-launch by the code name "Cocktail")[50] which features visual, interactive content alongside album tracks and lyrics.

    Store Sections[edit]

    When entering the US music store, there are multiple sections one can visit. Music is divided into genres (Alternative, Classical, Jazz, Soundtrack, etc.), and there are a number of links to other sections of the store under the Quick Links header. These include Recommended for You, Complete My Album, iTunes LP, as well as thematic sections, such as iTunes Festival sections.

    On November 1, , Apple created a category for Latino and Hispanic content, "iTunes Latino". Telemundo and Mun2 made some of their popular programs available for purchase, becoming the first Hispanic television content in the store. It offers music, music videos, audiobooks, podcasts and television shows in Spanish in a single concentrated area. The brief descriptions given to the content are in Spanish as well as several subcategories.[51]GibraltarianFlamencoMetal band Breed 77, released an exclusive album called Un Encuentro to coincide with the launch of "iTunes Latino". It features 11 songs, all from previous albums, but all sung in Spanish.

    In , Apple created Mastered for iTunes. When iTunes launched, the decision was made to standardize on AAC instead of the more popular MP3 format on the supposition that it offers better quality compared to other codecs at similar bit rates.[52] Mastered for iTunes (MFiT) is a procedure developed by Apple specifically for Mastering Engineers to follow. This set of tools allows Mastering Engineers to audition Apple's proprietary encoding during the mastering process to take into account how music will eventually interact with Apple's encoding. In addition to auditioning the encoder, there is also a tool (called afclip) that processes the audio file and creates a text file for audio clips. Because of this special encoding process, extra attention must be paid to headroom and inter-sample peaking while mastering.[53] In August it was announced that the Mastered for iTunes program would be rebranded as Apple Digital Masters. With the rebranding the high resolution masters are now available with Apple Music through streaming.[54] It is speculated that the rebranded came because the functionality of iTunes would be changing in macOS Catalina and there for the Mastered for iTunes name no longer made sense.

    Digital rights management[edit]

    While most downloaded files initially included usage restrictions enforced by FairPlay, Apple's implementation of digital rights management (DRM), iTunes later initiated a shift into selling DRM-free music in most countries, marketed as iTunes Plus. On January 6, , Apple announced that DRM had been removed from 80% of its music catalog in the US.[55] Full iTunes Plus availability was achieved in the US on April 7, , coinciding with the introduction of a three-tiered pricing model;[56] however, television episodes, many books, and films are still FairPlay-protected.

    Censorship[edit]

    Main articles: Censorship by Apple and Censorship of the iTunes Store

    There is a policy of censoring profanity in titles on iTunes.[57] This has resulted in a Scunthorpe glitch, by which inoffensive titles are censored due to a coincidental string of letters.[58] If the song has an explicit label, it will be marked "explicit" next to the song title. If a song is marked "explicit" it is unavailable for purchase if "restrict explicit content" is checked under the parental controls preference. Often there will be a "clean" mark next to the title of some songs, meaning the lyrics have been censored, and is available to purchase on all accounts. Generally if a song is marked "clean" there is an explicit version available as well.

    Reception and commercial success[edit]

    Sales of iTunes songs, –

    In the first 18 hours, the iTunes store sold about , tracks,[59][60] and more than 1 million tracks were sold in its first 5 days.[61][60] When released for Windows in October , iTunes was downloaded more than 1 million times in the first 3 days, selling more than 1 million songs in that period.[citation needed] On December 15, , Apple announced that it had sold 25 million songs.[62]

    In January at the Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco, Steve Jobs announced (Sellers, ) that an unnamed person had purchased US$29, worth of music. On March 15, , Apple announced that iTunes Music Store customers had purchased and downloaded 50 million songs from iTunes Music Store. A song sold on iTunes gives the artist 9 cents in profit. They also reported that customers were purchasing million songs a week which translates to a projected annual run rate of million songs a year. The 50 millionth song was "The Path of Thorns" by Sarah McLachlan.[63]

    On April 28, , iTunes Music Store marked its first anniversary with 70 million songs sold, clear dominance in the paid online music market and a slight profit.[64] The store also offers hundreds of movie trailers and music videos, in an attempt to boost soundtrack sales. In the conference, Steve Jobs reiterated that a subscription service is still not in the interest of customers and reported that only 5 million of the million songs offered in the Pepsi giveaway campaign were redeemed, which he blamed on technical problems in Pepsi distribution. According to an Apple press release dated August 10, , iTunes Music Store was the first store to have a catalog of more than one million songs.[65] Also, iTunes Music Store at that point maintained a 70 percent market share of legal music downloads.

    The emerging monopoly of the store was criticized in by Mike Lang of Miramax for "effectively strangling the industry". He says that because the music industry has allowed too few content providers, it is now suffering. Lang views the issue as being more of a threat than music piracy.[66]

    Sales milestones[edit]

    Music[edit]

    • million songs sold: July 11,
    (Kevin Britten of Hays, Kansas, bought the millionth song, and the twenty-year-old received a call from Steve Jobs congratulating him.)[67]
    • million songs sold: September 1, [68]
    • million songs sold: October 14, [69]
    • million songs sold: December 16,
    (Ryan Alekman of Belchertown, Massachusetts, bought the millionth song, which was one of the tracks on U2's digital box setThe Complete U2.)[70]

    On July 5, , Apple announced a promotion counting down to half a billion songs sold.[74]

    • million songs sold: July 18,
    (Amy Greer of Lafayette, Indiana, bought the millionth song, "Mississippi Girl" by Faith Hill.)[75]
    • million songs sold: January 10, [76]
    • 1 billion songs sold: February 23,
    (Alex Ostrovsky of West Bloomfield, Michigan, bought the billionth song, "Speed of Sound" by Coldplay.[77] He later got a call from Steve Jobs with the news that the sixteen-year-old was getting ten iPods, an iMac, a $10, music gift certificate, and a scholarship established in his name at the Juilliard School.)[67]
    • billion songs sold: September 12, [78]
    • 2 billion songs sold: January 10, [78]
    • billion songs sold: April 9, [79]
    • 3 billion songs sold: July 31, [80]
    • 4 billion songs sold: January 15,
    • 5 billion songs sold: June 19, [81]
    • 6 billion songs sold: January 6, [82]
    • 8 billion songs sold: July 21,
    • billion songs sold: September 9,
    • 10 billion songs sold: February 24, [83]
    (Louie Sulcer of Woodstock, Georgia, downloaded "Guess Things Happen That Way" by Johnny Cash. At 71 years old, he was the oldest milestone winner to that date. He received a call from Steve Jobs and a $10, iTunes gift card.)[84]

    Video[edit]

    • 1 million videos sold: October 31, [88]
    • 3+ million videos sold: December 6, [89]
    • 8 million videos sold: January 10, [76]
    • 15 million videos sold: February 23, [77]
    • 45 million videos sold: September 12, [78]
    • 50 million television episodes sold: January 10, [78]
    • million feature-length films sold: January 10, [78]
    • 2 million feature-length films sold: July 31, [90]
    • million television episodes sold: October 16, [91]
    • 1+ million HD episodes sold: October 16, [91]

    Applications[edit]

    • 10 million apps downloaded: July 14, [92]
    • million apps downloaded: September 9, [93]
    • million apps downloaded: October 22, [94]
    • million apps downloaded: December 5, [95]
    • million apps downloaded: January 16, [96]
    • million apps downloaded: March 17, [97]
    • 1 billion apps downloaded: April 23, [98]
    • billion apps downloaded: July 14, [99]
    • billion apps downloaded: September 9,
    • 2 billion apps downloaded: September 28,
    • 3 billion apps downloaded: January 5,
    • 7 billion apps downloaded: October 20,
    • 10 billion apps downloaded: January 22, []
    • 15 billion apps downloaded: July 7, []
    • 25 billion apps downloaded: March 5, [5]
    • 30 billion apps downloaded: June 11, []
    • 35 billion apps downloaded: October 23, []
    • 40 billion apps downloaded: January 7, []
    • 50 billion apps downloaded: May 16,
    • 60 billion apps downloaded: October 22,
    • 75 billion apps downloaded: June 2, []
    • billion apps downloaded: June 8, []
    • billion apps downloaded: December []

    Market share[edit]

    • On September 12, , Steve Jobs announced in his "It's Showtime" keynote that Apple had 88% of the legal US music download market.[78]
    • On April 11, , Apple announced that the iTunes Store had sold more than two million movies, making it the world's most popular online movie store.[90]
    • On February 26, , the iTunes Store surpassed Best Buy to become the second-largest music vendor in the US behind Walmart, and became number one on April 3, [17]
    • On October 10, , the iTunes Store was reported to have a 64% share of the online music market, and a 29% share of all music sales worldwide.[]

    Internationalization[edit]

    Originally only Mac OS X users who had a US billing address could buy songs with the service, but Steve Jobs announced plans to support both Windows and non-American users. The Windows version of iTunes and support for the Windows platform from iTunes Music Store were announced on October 16, , with immediate availability. Beginning in , the service has become available in a number of countries other than the United States:

    Country Product type Affiliate program[]Price/song
    Music[]Music Videos[]Podcasts[]TV shows[]Movies[]Apps[]Books[]iTunes Match[]iTunes U[]iTunes Radio[]
    United StatesApril 28, YesYesOctober 12, YesYesYesYesYesDiscontinued January 28, []Yes – USD
    United KingdomJune 15, YesYesYesJune 4, YesYesDecember 15, []YesNoYes – GBP
    ( – US$)[]
    FranceJune 15, YesYesYesApril 30, YesYesDecember 15, []YesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    GermanyJune 15, YesYesApril 2, []April 16, []YesYesDecember 15, []YesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    AustriaOctober 26, YesYesNoYesYesYesApril 30, []YesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    BelgiumOctober 26, YesYesNoYesYesYesDecember 15, []YesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    FinlandOctober 26, YesYesNoYesYesYesDecember 9, YesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    GreeceOctober 26, YesYesNoYesYesYesApril 30, []YesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    ItalyOctober 26, YesYesNoYesYesYesApril 30, []YesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    LuxembourgOctober 26, YesYesNoYesYesYesDecember 15, []YesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    NetherlandsOctober 26, YesYesNoSeptember 27, []YesYesJanuary 16, []YesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    PortugalOctober 26, YesYesNoYesYesYesApril 30, []YesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    SpainOctober 26, YesYesNoYesYesYesDecember 15, []YesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    CanadaDecember 2, YesYesYesJune 4, YesYesDecember 15, []YesNoYes – CAD
    ( – US$)[]
    IrelandJanuary 6, YesYesNoApril 30, YesYesDecember 15, []YesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    SwedenMay 10, YesYesNoYesYesYesDecember 9, YesNoYes9 – 12 SEK
    ( – US$)[]
    NorwayMay 10, YesYesNoYesYesYesDecember 9, YesNoYes8 – 10 NOK
    ( – US$)[]
    SwitzerlandMay 10, YesYesNoYesYesYesDecember 15, []YesNoYes – CHF
    ( – US$)[]
    DenmarkMay 10, YesYesNoYesYesYesDecember 9, YesNoYes8 – 10 DKK
    ( – US$)[]
    JapanAugust 4, []YesYesNoYesYesMarch 6, []May 2, YesNoYes – JPY
    ( – US$)[]
    AustraliaOctober 25, October 25, YesJune 24, []August 14, YesYesDecember 15, []YesDiscontinued January 28, []Yes – AUD
    ( – US$)[]
    New ZealandDecember 6, []YesYesNoAugust 14, YesOctober 22, []December 15, []YesNoYes – NZD
    ( – US$)[]
    MexicoAugust 4, []YesYesNoNovember 9, []YesOctober 22, []December 15, []YesNoYes9 – 15 MXN
    ( – US$)[]
    BulgariaSeptember 29, []YesYesNoYesYesYesApril 30, []YesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    CyprusSeptember 29, []YesYesNoYesYesYesDecember 15, []YesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    Czech RepublicSeptember 29, []YesYesNoYesYesYesDecember 15, []YesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    EstoniaSeptember 29, []YesYesNoYesYesYesJanuary 16, []YesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    HungarySeptember 29, []YesYesNoYesYesYesJuly 19, []YesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    LatviaSeptember 29, []YesYesNoYesYesYesJanuary 16, []YesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    LithuaniaSeptember 29, []YesYesNoYesYesYesJanuary 16, []YesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    MaltaSeptember 29, []YesYesNoYesYesYesDecember 15, []YesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    PolandSeptember 29, []YesYesNoYesYesYesJuly 19, []YesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    RomaniaSeptember 29, []YesYesNoNoYesYesYesYesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    SloveniaSeptember 29, []YesYesNoYesYesYesApril 30, []YesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    SlovakiaSeptember 29, []YesYesNoYesYesYesYesYesNoYes – EUR
    ( – US$)[]
    ArgentinaDecember 13, []YesYesNoDecember 13, []YesOctober 22, []January 16, []YesNoYes – US$
    BrazilDecember 13, []YesYesNoDecember 13, []YesOctober 22, []December 13, YesNoYes1,90 – 2,90 BRL
    BoliviaDecember 13, []YesYesNoDecember 13, []YesOctober 22, []January 16, []YesNoYes – US$
    ChileDecember 13, []YesYesNoDecember 13, []YesOctober 22, []January 16, []YesNoYes – US$
    ColombiaDecember 13, []YesYesNoDecember 13, []YesOctober 22, []January 16, []YesNoYes – US$
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    PeruDecember 13, []YesYesNoDecember 13, []YesOctober 22, []January 16, []YesNoYes – US$
    VenezuelaDecember 13, []YesYesNoDecember 13, []YesOctober 22, []January 16, []YesNoYes – US$
    BruneiJune 27, []YesYesNoJune 27, []Yesfree booksJune 27, []YesNoYes – US$
    CambodiaJune 27, []YesJune 21, NoJune 27, []June 21, []free booksJune 27, []June 21, NoYes – US$
    Hong KongJune 27, []YesYesNoJune 27, []Yesfree booksJune 27, []YesNoYes5 – 8 HKD
    LaosJune 27, []YesJune 21, NoJune 27, []June 21, []free booksJune 27, []June 21, NoYes – US$
    MacaoJune 27, []YesYesNoJune 27, []Yesfree booksJune 27, []YesNoYes – US$
    MalaysiaJune 27, []YesYesNoJune 27, []Yesfree booksJune 27, []YesNoYes – US$
    PhilippinesJune 27, []YesYesNoJune 27, []Yesfree booksJune 27, []YesNoYes – US$
    SingaporeJune 27, []YesYesNoJune 27, []Yesfree booksJune 27, []YesNoYes – SGD
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    TaiwanJune 27, []YesYesNoJune 27, []Yesfree booksJune 27, []YesNoYes15 – 30 TWD
    ThailandJune 27, []YesYesNoJune 27, []Yesfree booksJune 27, []YesNoYes – US$
    VietnamJune 27, []YesYesNoJune 27, []Yesfree booksJune 27, []YesNoYes – US$
    AnguillaDecember 4, []December 4, []YesNoDecember 12, []Yesfree booksYesYesNoYesN/A
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    IndiaDecember 4, []December 4, []YesNoDecember 4, []Yesfree booksYesYes
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