Question about Microsoft Zune 2nd Generation Digital Media Player
While the iPod has iTunes as its software counterpart, the Microsoft Zune similarly has a program to manage songs and playlists called the Zune Marketplace. According to information provided by the manufacturer, the Zune Marketplace does provide an option to import your songs and playlists from iTunes when desired.
Please keep in mind however, that not all of your songs/files may be able to be imported into the new software - the Zune does not support several of the file formats the iPod is able to support (such as DivX), and you may not be able to import any copy-protected files that you may have purchased through iTunes or other online music sites.
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