Yesterday Apple released a new version of iTunes that has the longest description of changes I’ve ever seen from the company.
You can read the full copy here:
iTunes 8 includes Genius, which makes playlists from songs in your library that go great together. Genius also includes Genius sidebar, which recommends music from the iTunes Store that you don’t already have.
With iTunes 8, browse your artists and albums visually with the new Grid view; download your favorite TV shows in HD quality from the iTunes Store; sync your media with iPod nano (4th generation), iPod classic (120GB), and iPod touch (2nd generation); and enjoy a stunning new music visualizer.
iTunes 8 and iTunes U are now accessible with VoiceOver on your Mac.
iTunes 8.0.1 improves stability and performance and provides a number of important bug fixes, including:
â€¢ Seamlessly plays the current song when creating a new Genius playlist.
â€¢ Improves syncing spoken menus to iPod nano.
â€¢ Addresses an issue of deleting HD TV episodes when downloading.
â€¢ Improves checking for updates from the App Store
â€¢ Improves accessibility with VoiceOver.
â€¢ Addresses problems syncing Genius results to iPod.
You can get the update now through Software Update…