Apple releases iTunes 7.4 with iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store, custom ringtone maker, and more

Apple has released iTunes 7.4 which offers the folowing new features:

• Ringtones: Turn songs from the iTunes Store into custom ringtones for your iPhone.
iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store: Download music from the iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store on your iPod touch or iPhone.
Starbucks Integration: Walk into Starbucks and buy what’s playing from your laptop, iPod touch, or iPhone.

With iTunes 7.4, you can sync your favorite music and more with the new iPod nano (third generation), iPod classic, and iPod touch, plus play purchased videos with closed captioning (when available), easily rate your favorite albums from one to five stars, and watch videos at a larger size inside the iTunes window.

iTunes 7.4 is available via software update and also as a standalone installer.

More info and download links:
iTunes 7.4 for Mac (48.1MB)
iTunes 7.4 for Windows (49MB)


  1. @What about,

    So why not?

    Because Apple would prefer that you bought a new one. There’s not a lot of money in free firmware updates.

    I hope I’m wrong. I’d love to have coverflow on my two video iPods.

  2. I just updated my iTunes and I see the Ringtones panel when I go to my iPhone, but where can I access the ringtones? In the picture theres a Ringtone panel on the left hand side, but I don’t have that.

    Anyone else experiencing this?

  3. What a load of crap. The Apple method of ringtones ONLY allows you to add ringtones based on PURCHASED music. If I want to take a sound off my computer that I created, for instance, I can’t do that.

    Tacky is an understatement.

    On previous smart phone I would have the phone announce by name who was calling. This simple thing is IMPOSSIBLE with the iphone.

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