ITunes is a media player created by Apple that is used for storing music and adding it to your iPod. It also has a feature that allows you to connect to the Internet and download music. There is a wide assortment of music and artists you can choose from. You can even purchase music from artists who are overseas, such as the United Kingdom and Europe.
Things You'll Need
- Internet access
Download and install iTunes (if you don't currently have it). The program can be downloaded at "iTunes.com."
Open iTunes once it has completed the installation process. On the left side of the program screen select "iTunes Store." This will connect to the iTunes store via the Internet
Type the name of the British artist into the search bar in the upper right corner of the program.
Select the album you would like to download by double clicking its image. You can test listen to 30 seconds of the music tracks by double clicking the track name.
Purchase the music by clicking "Buy Album." Your iTunes account information will load and if you have not entered a preferred payment option you will need to enter this now (such as PayPal or debit or credit card). Complete the payment and the music will begin to download to your iTunes.
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