The iTunes Store is overflowing with music, films, TV shows and books, all available for you to download to your iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac or PC any time you want. With new content arriving in the iTunes Store every day, it's hard to keep up with what's there. Here, we bring you some of our favourite new entertainment available to buy on the iTunes Store.

We'll update this article on a regular basis to let you know about new music, TV shows, books and movies as they are released on the iTunes Store, so bookmark this page and check back for more content soon.

New music on iTunes

Ellie Goulding – Burn (single) 99p

Ellie Goulding has scored her first Official UK Number 1 award with her new single, Burn. The British singer-songwriter, who is set to take to the stage at the iTunes Festival next month, is due to release Halcyon Days later this year, a re-release of her second album Halcyon, which will feature 10 new songs including Burn. 

Travis – Where You Stand (album)

Where You Stand the seventh studio album from Scottish rock band Travis. The lead single of the same name was released earlier this year, followed by Moving, the second single from the album. There's a £7.99 version available, or a Deluxe Version including five videos available for £10.99.

New TV shows on iTunes

Dexter, Season 8 (£25.99)

Michael C. Hall plays Dexter, the serial killer serial killer (yes, you read that right), who is back for his eighth and final season as he works with Miami Metro to track down a new serial killer, nicknamed the "Brain Surgeon".

Under the Dome (£25.99)

Based on the book by Stephen King, Under the Dome is a new TV series that sees residents of Chester's Mill discover that they have become trapped under an impenetrable dome and cut off from the rest of the world, causing panic and destruction among the town.

New movies on iTunes

Oblivion (£13.99)

Tom Cruise and Morgan Freeman star in this sci-fi movie that follows Jack Harper on his mission to extract resources from abandoned Earth. However, when the woman from his dreams crash-lands in a spaceship, Jack is forced to question everything he believes ato uncover buried secrets.

New books on iTunes

Dust (£8.99)

The final instalment in Hugh Howey's Wool trilogy has arrived on the iTunes Store. The science fiction series is set on post-apocalyptic Earth that has forced the human race underground. Literally. It's a dystopian gem, and 20th Century Fox has already snapped up film rights for the series.

Is there anything we haven't listed here that you would like to recommend? Let us know in the comments section below.

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