The world has received iTunes with a sense of jubilation. But the software which has been available for a long time was mostly for windows Microsoft and Mac. This small apprehension has slowly started taking a new twist with the introduction of iTunes Linux. It could have been that the majority of people were still busy trying to adjust to the latest on the market when Linux was introduced. There seems to be a lot of work yet to be done in advancing the market for this version.
The market progression and its trends
Most countries have made use of Mac software for too long. It is the most popular free source of software. The marketing techniques that have been used by most software sources have mostly focused on the internet. That is why Linux has managed to penetrate to the levels it has reached in such a short time.
One of the first African countries to pick up iTunes Linux was South Africa. It enjoyed the iTunes from other sources. But the most interesting fact about Linux is that; it came with a bang. That is why the word has come to know about it easily. Therefore, the happenings in that region were partly an indication of the global reaction to the introduction of Linux. If the trend could be set by the way Linux has managed to reach the millions of customers, we could be sure to understand why the iTunes are still reaching all the parts of the world.
What is the rest of the world doing with iTunes?
The iTunes have managed to win international recognition and acceptance. But as this fact goes down, it is also necessary to add that the world has silently managed to accept the technology. There are still too many customers who are still using Linux; and that explains why the introduction of iTunes Linux has been accepted very quickly. As the rest of the world continues to make use of this software, there are other ways that the youngsters are already coming up with. The most famous young computer wizards have continued enjoying Linux in the comfort of their schools and homes.
The majority of adults are sometimes not fully decided about what to do with the latest developments. This could explain why most of the elderly people still consider iPods to be childish and continue sticking to the software they can install on their computers. But that does not represent every adult. There are millions of adults who want to make a difference with the help of Linux. They want to continue with the software they enjoy.
What is the way forward for Linux?
Is Linux ready to improve as time goes by? Or are we going to continue with the same developments that have we have received so far? Linux is highly innovative. Who could have thought Linux software would be available for iTunes at the time when the iTunes had just gained popularity? It will continue supplying the rest of the world with more progressive developments as time goes. It surely is worth reckoning with.