iTunes 11.0.3 available for download

iTunes is a free application for Mac and PC. It plays all your digital music and video. It syncs content to your iPod, iPhone, and Apple TV. And it's an entertainment superstore that stays open 24/.

  • Organize your music into playlists
  • Edit file information
  • Record compact discs
  • Copy files to an iPod or other digital audio player
  • Purchase music and videos on the Internet through the built-in iTunes store
  • Run a visualizer to display graphical effects in time to the music
  • Encode music into a number of different audio formats.

Download: iTunes 11.0.3 32-bit | iTunes 11.0.3 64-bit |~86 MB (Freeware)
View: Apple iTunes Website

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Some good improvements. Still needs a good clean up though. The UI can feel too... big, on my Laptop screen.

Yeah since version 11 it's a bit big on my MacBook as well (1280x800).

I really like what they've done with the Apps section. Updates are handled much better now. And the new miniplayer is sweet. Good update!

This version of iTunes comes with several new features and improvements, including:

- New MiniPlayer. MiniPlayer now includes a beautiful new view that showcases your album artwork. In addition, a progress bar is now built right into MiniPlayer.
- Improved Songs View. You can now enjoy your album artwork while in Songs view.
- Multi-Disc Albums. Albums with multiple discs now appear as a single album.
This update also provides performance improvements when searching and sorting large iTunes libraries.

http://goo.gl/d1WuO

I am still waiting for an iTunes "Lite" version. Without Quicktime and all the extra added junk. I think it's still the best application for managing music on the iPod but I REALLY wish there was an iTunes interface used JUST for copying/managing music on your device.

Ace said,
iTunes hasn't required QuickTime for a while now.

Really? Last I checked it was required to ensure some functionality of some of the video aspects in iTunes. I'll have to try installing this new version, I wonder if along the install process I can just deselect all components I don't want installed...