Science can be fun and Vern Seward pooints out 3 free iOS apps that proves it in this week's Free on iTunes, Science Today, Dinosaurs:American Museum of Natural History, and Pocket Penguins.
Apple will be hosting its first ever iTunes Festival in the United States in March at the SXSW conference in Austin, Texas. Apple's music events will include musical performances from March 11 through March 15 from artists such as Coldplay, Imagine Dragons, Pitbull, Keith Urban, and ZEDD.
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SXSW is known for its great concert lineup, so hosting the first U.S. iTunes Festival at the event is a perfect fit. It's great that Apple is finally bringing its popular concert series to the States.
In this tip, Melissa Holt's going to give us the details on iTunes' album art—how to make the program automatically find and insert cover images, what to do if some covers are missing or incorrect, and how to use images from the Web to add the proper art in manually. Let's dive right in!
Love jazz? Vern Seward feature three apps that's right up your alley in this week's Free on iTunes. Blue Note, Ken Burns, and NPR Music.
Australia got in on the iTunes Radio game on Monday. Apple has officially launched its streaming musc service in the country with support for Mac and Windows, as well as the iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Apple TV.
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.
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