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ITunes Store adds the option ‘Buy now, download later’ for video and music

Apple has added new download options for a variety of content on their iTunes store. Now you can easily buy and download later larger files such as movies and music.

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ITunes Store adds the option ‘Buy now, download later’ for video and music

On last Friday, Apple added new download features and options for a range of content, including movies, TV shows, TV seasons and music. You get all these options for movie bundles, music sets and for TV seasons or Season pass as well.

By using iTunes 11 on a Windows PC or Mac, or an iOS device running iOS 6 or later, you’re now get the option for later and download or download all buttons. Tapping later button and the purchased solutions will be added to your iTunes account and will be available to stream or download in the future through Apple’s iTunes in the cloud function.

To get it straight, it is quite an handy feature if you, say, wish to purchase a movie on sale while you have spotty data connection; you can make certain to get the discounted rates, afterwards download or play it directly from anywhere or through the cloud storage.

However, this new option is only accessible to the countries where Apple facilitates iTunes in the cloud for video and audio. It is anticipated that this new option is a great idea for buying the media and downloading it later in iTunes, whenever you are free to carry on the process. 

 

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Jibran Ahmed has years of experience in the technology field and his passion lies in discovering the latest trends in consumer electronics.

 

 

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