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  • iTunes in the iCloud

    iTunes in the iCloud

    User Rating5.0

    Is Apple's decision to put iTunes in the cloud all it's cracked up to be? We weigh the pros and cons of what's been announced and highlight important caveats for Australian users.

  • PhotoStage

    PhotoStage

    CNET Rating8.8

    Share your photos, pictures, video clips and tunes with PhotoStage, a capable tool for creating multimedia slideshows.

  • Apple iTunes 10

    Apple iTunes 10

    CNET Rating8.0
    User Rating5.1

    The latest version of the multimedia jukebox didn't get a major overhaul, but it does offer all of the features we loved and a few new ones we're still deciding on. 16

  • Apple iTunes 9

    Apple iTunes 9

    CNET Rating8.0
    User Rating6.8

    iTunes 9 is a natural, yet relatively minor, evolution of Apple's popular media management software and is a required download for new iPod owners. 6

  • Apple iTunes 8

    Apple iTunes 8

    CNET Rating7.8
    User Rating7.3

    Apple iTunes 8 is the industry standard for multimedia jukebox software and despite the need for a UI overhaul and some liposuction to remove the bloat, iTunes is a solid choice that most users will enjoy. 6

  • Slacker Web Player

    Slacker Web Player

    User Rating4.0

    If you want good music — right now, with minimal effort, wherever you are (so long as you have an Internet connection) — there's no reason not to take the Slacker Web Player for a spin. 3

  • PumpOne PumpedForLife Level 1

    PumpOne PumpedForLife Level 1

    CNET Rating7.0
    User Rating5.0

    iPod owners with a gym membership and a hankering to get in shape will be well served by PumpOne's PumpedForLife fitness software. 1

  • SlySoft CloneDVD Mobile

    SlySoft CloneDVD Mobile

    CNET Rating7.0
    User Rating7.7

    SlySoft CloneDVD Mobile excels at copying and reformatting nonprotected DVD video for iPod use, although it can't touch commercial discs. 9

  • Talking Panda iRocker

    Talking Panda iRocker

    CNET Rating7.7
    User Rating4.0

    Talking Panda's iRocker won't turn you into a guitar-shredding virtuoso overnight, but it can teach you enough to start writing your own songs. 1

  • musikCube

    musikCube

    CNET Rating8.0
    User Rating9.0

    musikCube is a fine, reliable, all-in-one jukebox program for Windows users who dislike DRM and bloated software. 4

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