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New iTunes for Mac and PC revealed

Coming in October with cleaner interface and iCloud integration syncing content across all your devices

Apple has pulled the wrappings off a new version of iTunes for Mac and PC, which brings iCloud integration to the forefront. Purchase a song, TV show or movie on your iOS device and it’ll be available instantly on your computer, Apple TV or other iOS device. iCloud will also remember exactly where you are in a film, TV show or song and allow you to pick up from there on a different device.

There’s also a brand new interface which Apple says is “simpler and cleaner”. You can click on a category of content and that category will be all you see. You  can also look at an individual album’s track listings while browsing the rest of your music library.

The new iTunes (it hasn’t been given a number this time) will be available for download in October.

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