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'iTunes U' downloads hit 300 million

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 24 Aug 2010 18:12 User comments (2)

'iTunes U' downloads hit 300 million Apple has said today that iTunes U downloads have reached 300 million, three years after the store launched.
The service offers 350,000 files, and over 800 universities have active iTunes U sites.

Apple says a few of the most respected institutions, including Harvard, MIT, Cambridge, Oxford, University of Melbourne and Université de Montréal all "distribute their content publicly on the iTunes Store."

iTunes U content is usually free, but can be restricted to each university's student body. The content includes audio, video, PDFs, podcasts and slideshows.

"iTunes U makes it easy for people to discover and learn with content from many of the world's top institutions," added Eddy Cue, Apple's vice president of Internet Services. "With such a wide selection of educational material, we're providing iTunes users with an incredible way to learn on their computer, iPhone, iPod or iPad."

Apple's service can be accessed from your PC or Mac, but only from an iPad, iPod touch, or iPhone if you need to use a mobile device.

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2 user comments

125.8.2010 1:13

Another Apple statistic with nothing to back it...Enron is starting to seem like an honest company.

Then again, the above pic is the most accurate Apple product use pic I have seen.

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 25 Aug 2010 @ 1:14

225.8.2010 13:21

Then again, the above pic is the most accurate Apple product use pic I have seen.


Yeah, she sure looks excited doesn't she? (LOL)

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