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Itunes: Biggest piece of crap ever?


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Yes, iTunes may suxxor but it's convenient.

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I only use it to update my ipod. For actual listening i use Foobar. Why use it to listen to music at all?

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I only use it to update my ipod. For actual listening i use Foobar. Why use it to listen to music at all?

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My girlfriend used it on her Mac and loved it. Then she got a PC and hated it. I tried it and went right back to WinAMP. I'm old school. I've used WinAMP since I was 14 and I doubt I'll change any time soon.

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One more problem is that - in the UK - most insureres won't cover the cost of replacing songs from iTunes on a lost or stolen player.

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You don't lose you songs with your lost/stolen iPod. You can upload purchased DRM'ed music on as many iPods as you want. Also (IIRC) you can re-download purchased music, should you delete some of the songs locally.




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