Think your iPhone is a bit of magic? Wait until you see these 3 apps Vern Seward features in this week's Free on iTunes. Crowsflight, Swiftkey Note, and Cardiio.
Emergencies happen. Be aware with these free iOS apps that Vern Seward points out in this week's Free on iTunes. OCFL Alert, OCFL 311, Waze, and ELERTS.
Did you know that all of the user accounts on your Mac can listen to the same iTunes music without you having to move files around, change the location of your libraries, or do anything else complicated? In this article, we'll tell you how to take advantage of this handy-dandy feature and what caveats you should be aware of before you do.
When Apple released iTunes 11.1.4, one of the new features touted was the ability to view your iTunes Store Wish List in your music library. The problem was that the feature wasn't actually there, but it is finally showing up now. The trick is knowing where to look.
Your iDevice is more than just external storage for your brain. This week in Free on iTunes Vern Seward takes a look at 3 tools that make you device really useful. Simbol, Real Simple: No Time To Cook, and Symple.
Even more people have access to iTunes U content throughout Europe, Asia, and Latin America as of Tuesday because Apple has expanded availability of iBooks multi-touch textbooks and iTunes U Course Manager into more regions in those markets. According to Apple, iBooks textbooks are now available in 51 countries and iTunes U Course Manager is available in 70 countries.
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iBooks textbooks may not have revolutionized the educational market in the way Apple had hoped, but they're still a powerful learning tool -- and in many cases far more affordable than traditional textbooks. It's great to see them, along with iTunes U Course Manager, available in even more countries.
If you've got an iOS device then you've got a great ereader, but Vern Seward points out three freebies that might make your reading experience e=ven better in this week's Free on iTunes. ReadMill, JukePop, and LibriVox.
One of the more significant changes to iTunes 11 is how one searches an iTunes library. In the latest version, typing a search query reveals a truncated list of results below the search field from which to choose. However, many preferred the way it worked previously, filtering all items in the selected media category. Thankfully there's still a way to do this, and Michael Johnston shows you how.
In this last article in a series to help kick off your New Year, Vern Seward takes a look at 5 free iOS apps that might help you collaborate with others: Dropbox, Documents by Readdle, DocuSign Ink, Quip, and JotNot Scanner.
Digital music sales declined in 2013 for the first time since Apple's iTunes Music Store changed the industry in 2003. Sales of individual tracks fell about 5.7 percent, while digital albums dropped only about 0.1 percent. Industry executives attribute the decline to the continued rise in streaming music services like Pandora and Spotify.
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