Apple's Clever iTunes 8
The Good: Grid view with artwork; Genius is pretty clever
The Bad: Grid view without artwork
The Bottom Line: A mostly welcome update but iTunes risks getting pudgy
It's been more than seven years since Apple (AAPL) Chief Executive Steve Jobs bounded onto the stage at the annual MacWorld conference in San Francisco and took the wraps off the first version of iTunes. And oh, what a difference (nearly) a decade makes: The desktop jukebox has evolved from a simple, no-frills MP3 manager into an ever-expanding media gateway offering music, TV, movies, podcasts, and even video games for the iPhone and iPod.
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