Apple reportedly is working on a revamped version of iTunes that it plans to unveil before the year ends.
Among the biggest changes coming to iTunes, which hasn't received a major overhaul since its launch in 2003, will be closer integration with iCloud and more features to improve the discoverability of the available content in Apple's digital store.
After Apple launched iCloud last summer, it's been working the cloud computing service more closely into many of its services. A more integrated iCloud with iTunes would be intended to allow users to more seamlessly access and manage their media content.
As for discoverability, Apple wants to make it easier for people to share songs with each other. Evidence of that was seen earlier this month when the tech company announced it would integrate iTunes with Facebook and Twitter.