iTunes is Apple's music and video management software. It also serves as a desktop client for the iTunes Store and handles iPod/iPhone synchronization.
It consists of 3 major components: iTunes itself, QuickTime and Apple Mobile Device Support (AMDS). QuickTime is used for audio/video playback and encoding, while AMDS is the component responsible for synchronizing with iPhone/iPod Touch.
Mac OS X versions
Windows versions (32-bit)
|iTunes version||QuickTime version||AMDS version||Download URL||SHA-1 hash||Comments|
|18.104.22.168||iTunes8Setup.exe||The first public release of 8.0. Introduced many new features, including Genius playlists.|
|22.214.171.124||iTunes8Setup.exe||This version was released only 2 days after the official 8.0 release, supposedly to fix blue screen errors. It also removed custom icons for iPhones and iPods.|
|126.96.36.199||7.6||iTunesSetup.exe||Version 8.1 was notable for significant performance improvements on Windows|
|188.8.131.52||7.6.2||184.108.40.206||iTunesSetup.exe||The first public version to support iPhone OS 3.0|
|220.127.116.11||7.6.2||18.104.22.168||iTunesSetup.exe||797da9711caf87d114e2a5b88523fa825753b530||Disables syncing with Palm Pre|