How to Download Music From iTunes


Apple iTunes was introduced in 2001 to provide a music download interface for iPod owners. The program has grown tremendously since and is now used for a variety of applications. In addition to iPod and iPhone synchronization, iTunes can be used as a stand-alone music player and database on your Mac or PC.

  • Visit the Apple iTunes website by going to Click on "Download iTunes" and choose your operating system.

  • Enter your email address and click "Download Now." Click "Save File" at the prompt and wait for iTunes setup to download. Double-click on the installation file when the download is finished.

  • Click "Next" and choose your installation preferences. Wait for the iTunes program to finish installing.

  • Start the program and scroll over the "Store" tab at the top. Choose "Create new account". Follow the prompts to setup your iTunes account and enter your payment information.

  • Use the search box at the right-hand side of the screen to search for music. Once you find the song(s) you want, click on "Buy Song" to complete the purchase and start the download.

Tips & Warnings

  • Buy entire albums to save on individual song costs. You can also use iTunes to download movies, television shows and audiobooks.
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