Forgive me if this is in the wrong thread, it doesn't really fit anywhere else (that I have seen.) I'm just wondering why does iTunes still store apps? With the advent of iCloud and the "download-on-your-device-anywhere" idea, why is this still necessary? I'm asking this because I am soon to be moving over to a MacBook Air with only a 128GB hard drive and want to reduce my iTunes library as much as possible - but a huge amount of space is being taken up by apps which are still synced across from an iOS device to iTunes. Is it okay for me to discard all of the stored apps on iTunes and just move my music over? To me, iTunes does not fit in with Apples iCloud idea and still feels like a piece of the old system, along with the archaic idea of still transferring your purchases across to your PC or Mac - I guess this is due to the large amount of people still without a decent enough internet connection to rely on the cloud. Nevertheless, I still think it needs a drastic overhaul.