Macworld is reporting that Apple has has launched “iTunes Preview” to the public with little fanfare. iTunes Preview is a web-based listing of content from the iTunes Store, but does not require the iTunes Application to browse, as had to be done previously. iTunes is still required to listen to, and purchase content, but the […]
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Apple Launches Web-based 'iTunes Previews'

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Macworld is reporting that Apple has has launched “iTunes Preview” to the public with little fanfare. iTunes Preview is a web-based listing of content from the iTunes Store, but does not require the iTunes Application to browse, as had to be done previously. iTunes is still required to listen to, and purchase content, but the new feature does allow for more easy sharing of iTunes store links.

Apple has quietly launched iTunes Preview, a feature that shows what music is available on iTunes from the convenience of your Web browser. Yes, even Internet Explorer 6. iTunes Preview lets anyone browse through the entire iTunes catalog’s worth of music, info, and user reviews for any region.

iTunes Preview only currently serves up music, and it is unknown if Apple plans to expand it’s functionality to other kinds of content at this time. You can find “iTunes Preview” at several different locations throughout Apple’s website, including the “What’s On“, and “iTunes Charts” webpages.

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