When you look at what extras you get with the units, you will find Zune to be better at. You won’t find wireless functions at all in iPod, whereas Zune offers umpteen. For an instance, one can do Zune to Zune wireless transfer of music and synchronize wirelessly to a PC. Zune might not have the wireless functionality, it has WiFi access to download music to the Zune anywhere, and FM tuner tagging to songs to purchase later and many more options which are available in Zune, but not in iPod. However, most iPod add extra features that other music players do not have such as sound recorders, wired remote controls and audio visual cables for TV connections.
The Zune market place offers music videos, podcasts, movies, TV shows and music. The Zune social is integrated with Xbox live allowing users to manage friends, send messages and compare music. This is convenient for most users. Apple’s iTune software can be used to transfer music to the devices from computers using certain versions of Apple Macintosh and Microsoft windows operating systems and may also transfer photos, videos, games, contact information, e-mail, settings, Web bookmarks and calendars to iPod models supporting those features. Hence, most iTune features are not in most iPod models.