You need to print your digital photos. Not next year, not when you have more free time—right now. I don’t care if your favorite dank memes are playing at the picture showhouse tonight (or whatever the kids are doing for fun these days). Start your first photobook tonight. It’s now or never. Your future self will be…
Taking your iTunes library out with you on an Android smartphone or tablet is no longer the impossible mission it used to be—there are a number of apps and services that can help, including Apple’s first major Android app. We’ll go through the various options so you can choose the one that works best for you.
Streaming video services now comprise 70% of Americans’ Internet use at night—which means that hardly anyone is using BitTorrent anymore. RIP, piracy. Arise, Sir Netflix.
Good news for anyone with a serious digital music problem: Apple has raised the upper limit on iTunes Match to 100,000 songs, up from 25,000.
There, I said it.
iTunes and Apple Music work together in harmony, which is great for some people, but can make it pretty confusing to tell where songs are actually located. Macworld shows off a few easy ways to sort albums using smart playlists.
Consider this an obituary for iTunes. The death comes just weeks after the arrival of Apple Music, its apparent heir, which was not well received by the typically loyal public. iTunes was just 14 years old.
When you first set up Apple Music, it asks you to input some genre favorites and pick some favorite artists. When you’re first launching the app and want to check things out, it’s pretty easy to ignore that and move on. Thankfully, you can head back and redo the configuration.
Imagine trying to buy a song on iTunes, but finding your credit card payment blocked. You can’t pay your cloud storage subscription, either, even though you have the money. Apple just won’t accept your card, and you’re about to lose most of your files.
With one hand Apple giveth, and with the other, it rips a long-standing feature away with no warning.
If you went looking for Apple Music yesterday on your Windows machine, you probably got a bit confused. Where was the download? Why couldn’t you find it in your iTunes? The answer is that you needed iTunes 12.2, which wasn’t available right away. Now, it is—for OS X, and for Windows PC.
We’ve been waiting forever for Apple Music: A real streaming music product straight from the heart of Cupertino. Will it work? Or is this just the latest crap me-too service.
1Password is the best looking password manager on the market, and my app of choice. The only real downside is its upfront $50 cost for desktop apps (the mobile apps are freemium). So if you’ve been waiting on a good deal to secure your digital life, the Mac and Windows versions are both marked down to $35 today, which…
Apple’s venerable media suite isn’t everyone’s favorite bit of software, but there are more functions and features available here than you might have realized—from desktop shortcuts to hidden columns to Android support, we’ve picked out 10 noteworthy tricks you can make use of in the latest versions for Mac and…
Many of us might have switched over to streaming services without so much as a backwards glance, but iTunes still has some advantages going for it—not least of them smart playlists, and the ability to customize them as you see fit. Using the comment fields and your own choice of hashtags you can create personalized…
Bluetooth is an incredible invention. iTunes is a mediocre media player. But if you use a Mac, you can't have one without the other. Any time you connect a Bluetooth Audio device, OS X opens iTunes. This is a feature that you can't turn off, and it's annoying as hell.