Tuesday, May 14, 2013

How to Gift an iTunes Playlist

So you want to gift an iTunes playlist, as many have over the past five years or so?

Well, if you've updated to iTunes 11, you can't.  As I found out after trying to gift a playlist to my brother for this birthday, Apple no longer has that feature available.  

Taking away the ability to make it convenient for your customers to buy lots of songs is a good business idea.  Selling stuff is good, right?  Taking away something like that is, well, stupid.

I've really been feeling like Apple is on the verge of jumping the shark, and this is yet but another example.

If you're an iTunes user that happened to enjoy this feature, you can voice your displeasure to Apple by clicking here.

In the meantime, if you're looking to gift a playlist, Amazon has a fairly painless way to do so.

Apple idiots.  Stark raving idiots.


  1. I can't figure out how to do it on Amazon either

  2. Yeah, I agree with the previous commenter: Amazon seems to allow only sharing individual MP3s as well so no better than iTunes, unfortunately.

  3. If you're library is as huge as mine or even half of the size of mine then you'll have to set it up and let it run and do it's thing.
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  4. I did a thorough search online to see if I can find an automated tool to fix these problems because if I was going to embark on this adventure to fix these problems by hand it was going to take a really long time.
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