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What do you want in iTunes

In a recent poll, Macworld UK readers were asked what features should be added to iTunes.

“The most popular choice was a means of automatically identifying and deleting duplicated songs (26 per cent). One reader suggested Apple could add a “flag duplicates” option.

Close behind (21 per cent) was the ability to mix tracks like a DJ

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I’d like to be able to use my winamp visuallisation plugins with iTunes.  The Visualisations that come with iTunes are ok in my humble opinion, but I’d like the option to use some of the hundreds that are available to winamp users.  Particularly me favorite - Acidspunk.  Then there’s the dancing stick figures (my fav being the George W Bush dancing stick figure.)

Posted by vis on March 11, 2004 at 7:39 PM (CST)


how about a linux version?

Posted by lin on March 11, 2004 at 8:06 PM (CST)


how about a playlist that pretends to be an album (or at least be stored in the artist field) - why? cos then when i have all the albums of a band, and then they release a ‘best of’ I still want to be able to list the album, but don’t want to duplicate the songs (waste of space)... i can then make a play list using the tracks already on the pod… and store it as an album.

you need the band to tell you which songs are your favorite?

Posted by Sam Walker on March 11, 2004 at 10:05 PM (CST)


I would like to see multiple libraries like mac versions can have, this way if you could have a library for a genre or upload a certain library 2 ur ipod.  Then if your library exceeded your ipod you can split it up

Posted by Sammy on March 18, 2004 at 12:08 PM (CST)


Top 5:

1. Two check columns. One for ipod and one for itunes

- I listen to itunes all day at work but because my library is so big the ipod limits what i can have checked at once.

2. Hidden-right click menu option with hot key to check and uncheck songs and the ability to do this in groups.

- checking one at a time is rediculously hard work.

3. Remove gaps between songs.

4. A fade songs option for ipod also.

5. More advanced smart playlists.

Posted by jwalker on April 21, 2004 at 5:19 PM (CDT)


“how about a playlist that pretends to be an album (or at least be stored in the artist field)”

Media Center’s playlists can be used exactly this way, as inputs for the Smart Playlist rules. It rules!

Posted by Super Smart Playlists on April 22, 2004 at 9:21 AM (CDT)

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