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Improved play count reporting, content synchronization, and other bug fixes in both the hardware and software.Additional features were added (Zune HD only), new artists view links, mobile or PC view settings in browser as well as auto-correction, auto-capitalization and privacy links, seek to radio presets, and new and updated apps. search or editing tags).(Latest for all models except Zune HD.) Bug fixes for play errors, music skipping, faster operation, and compatibility with 4.2 software update. Smart DJ and Social features removed for all international users.Also includes improved device recognition and improved stability and reliability on sync (both wirelessly and while connected to a PC).It has also been noted that the new firmware features the option to unsubscribe from a podcast right on the device.The department started immediately on reworking the Windows CE–based OS of the older Zune to suit the new multitouch PMP.Astro Studios was contracted to design the Zune HD's aluminium casing.While that announcement was initially removed as potentially erroneous, it was reposted permanently and confirmed by Microsoft soon thereafter.In 2012, Microsoft launched Xbox Music, a successor to the Zune Marketplace.
The apps included Project Gotham Racing: Ferrari Edition, Audiosurf: Tilt, Lucky Lanes Bowling, Vans Sk8: Pool Service, Checkers, and Piano.
Zune Social is better integrated, and users with Windows Live Messenger can display which song is being played to people in their buddy list.
Buy from FM allows songs played from FM radio stations to be purchased from the Marketplace (using RDBS data).
The Zune HD was a portable media player in the Zune product family released on September 15, 2009 by Microsoft.
It was a direct competitor with Apple's i Pod touch series of mobile devices.