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Move your iTunes library to another user and search the iTunes Store efficiently

It's time for another grab-bag column, with a number of interesting questions I've gotten from readers recently. I look at whether or not you can get around Apple's limit of 25,000 songs with iTunes Match, I discuss some ways to search the iTunes Store more efficiently, and I look at a question whose answer requires a smart playlist. » zum Artikel

iTunes 11.1 brings iTunes Radio, Genius Shuffle, podcast stations, more

Just in case the imminent arrival of iOS 7 isn't enough to get you pumped, Apple's also gone ahead and released iTunes 11.1. Less exciting, you might think, but a necessary part of the equation: If you want to sync your device running iOS 7 with your computer, you're going to need the latest version of Apple's music-playing-video-watching-podcast-downloading-device-syncing-app-with-large-fries. » zum Artikel

Software CEO admits to scamming millions from investors in ersatz 'iTunes'

The CEO of a software company that was supposedly developing a service similar to Apple's iTunes has admitted to scamming more than US$2 million from investors by diverting the money into offshore accounts and spending it on personal matters. » zum Artikel

Ask the iTunes Guy: Obtaining old apps, excluding comedy, and making more navigable playlists

In this week's column, I look at some interesting questions about getting apps for iOS devices that aren't using iOS 7, about viewing album art in playlists on iTunes, and about keeping certain tracks from rearing their heads when you're listening in shuffle mode. I also explain how to set up smart playlists to sort your music by the first letter of artists' names. » zum Artikel

ICYMI: Apple's friends of the court, iTunes U, and App Camp for Girls

Don't worry about diving into the madness that is your RSS feed: We've got you covered. Here are some of the more prominent Apple stories making the rounds this Thursday. » zum Artikel

iTunes Radio: Poor reception

With the approach of iTunes Radio's six-month anniversary, now seems as good a time as any to take a second look at the service. When it first launched I was quite enthusiastic about it for a variety of reasons. To begin with, Apple has a solid relationship with countless record labels and has taken pains to place purchase buttons on Now Playing screens, thus driving more sales to those labels. ... » zum Artikel

FCC brings its free speed-test app to iTunes App Store

Apple fans can now join Android users in testing their mobile data speeds and reporting them to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to support the agency's decision-making about broadband. » zum Artikel

Is iTunes Match right for you

Apple's iTunes Match has been around for more than two years and, other than the addition of the ad-free version of the Pandora-like iTunes Radio, has changed very little. But there are many who remain on the fence. Is access to an online music storage locker worth $25 a year Does iTunes Radio make it more so Let's examine some use cases where iTunes Match will work for you, and others where it ... » zum Artikel

ICYMI: Apple's iTunes Festival to hit the U.S for the first time

Because you like keeping up with everything going on in the Apple world, we've culled only the finest stories making the rounds on Wednesday morning. » zum Artikel

Apple adds iTunes Radio to iTunes 11.1 beta, music buying to Apple TV 5.4

Apple has this week rolled out new beta versions of its iTunes 11.1 and Apple TV 5.4, adding several new features to the upcoming software. » zum Artikel

How I edit track metadata in iTunes

I've got a confession to make: I have a compulsion about iTunes track data: I'm obsessed with making sure it's accurate and, more importantly, consistent. This is especially true of classical music: I have a format that I like all my classical tracks to follow when it comes to name, artist, and album that I think makes it easier to find the music I want on my Mac and on my iOS devices. So I spend ... » zum Artikel

iTunes is almost as big a biz as OEM Windows

Apple's iTunes, software and services group generated almost as much revenue in 2013 as did the Microsoft division responsible for licensing Windows to computer and smartphone makers, according to comparisons of the companies' financial statements. » zum Artikel

Ask the iTunes Guy: Of track lengths, genre sorting, and remote storage

In this week's column, I look at four interesting questions. One about setting the start and end time for tracks in the cloud, another about shunting some or all iTunes media files to another location, and two about smart playlists. » zum Artikel

iTunes 11.1.4 purportedly liberates your Wish List from the confines of the Store

On Wednesday, Apple released iTunes 11.1.4, a small update to its music and video playing app. » zum Artikel

iBooks textbooks and iTunes U courses come to Italy, Japan, and more

The iPhone isn't the only thing making its way across international borders--Apple's digital content is expanding rapidly, too. On Tuesday, the company announced that iBooks textbooks and the iTunes U Course Manager would be available in new countries within Asia, Latin America, and Europe. » zum Artikel

iTunes Library Toolkit tidies up iTunes

When you rely on iTunes to manage your music collection and all of the apps and files you store on your iOS device, its library can quickly become unmanageable...and Apple doesn't like to give you a whole lot of control over how you organize it. Enter iTunes Library Toolkit, a handy application that offers you control over at least part of your iTunes library. » zum Artikel

iTunes Library Toolkit tidies up iTunes

When you rely on iTunes to manage your music collection and all of the apps and files you store on your iOS device, its library can quickly become unmanageable...and Apple doesn't like to give you a whole lot of control over how you organize it. Enter iTunes Library Toolkit, a handy application that offers you control over at least part of your iTunes library. » zum Artikel

Apple will pay out $32.5M to settle FTC iTunes complaints

Apple today agreed to pay $32.5 million to settle complaints the Federal Trade Commission said the company billed consumers for millions of dollars of charges incurred by children in kids' mobile apps without their parents' consent. » zum Artikel

The command line, iTunes Match, and everything with Kirk McElhearn

If you've browsed Macworld.com over the last couple of months, you've seen one name pop out at you, time and again--Kirk McElhearn. Kirk has not only introduced a series about using the command line, but is our regular Ask the iTunes Guy. Given everything he's done lately I figured it was time to bring him on to talk about the stories he's been following. » zum Artikel

Print an app list and control iTunes from the menu bar

In this first column of 2014, I address how to get a list of apps on an iOS device, show some tagging tricks for multidisc sets, and offer suggestions for iTunes controllers. » zum Artikel

Wirelessly syncing from iOS 7 to iTunes

Syncing an iPad/iPhone and iTunes used to mean that you had to plug your tablet into your Mac or PC and either sit and watch the progress bar or leave it and pop back whenever you thought it might be ready. Happily, there is now a better solution to syncing your iPad or iPhone. » zum Artikel

Apple announces 'Best of 2013' iTunes winners

As 2013 comes to a close, Apple has released its yearly "best-of" list of iTunes content, setting forth what it believes are the best songs, movies, TV shows, books, and apps of the last twelve months. » zum Artikel

Best apps, music, films, books, TV and podcasts of 2013 listed by Apple on iTunes

Apple has revealed its Best of 2013 list on iTunes, highlighting the top music, films, books, TV programmes, podcasts and apps that have graced the iTunes Store this year. Here, we round-up the Editors' Choice award winners and top sellers of 2013. » zum Artikel

Surprise Beyonce album, Beatles bootleg tracks help iTunes keep streaming at bay

The focus of the music world seems to have turned of late to streaming services, but music downloading still has a few muscles to flex. On Friday morning, Beyoncé unleashed a surprise self-titled album--complete with videos for each song--exclusively on iTunes. Even without any advance hype, the album proved to be so popular it briefly shut down the service. » zum Artikel

Tote around your iTunes library and more on iBooks

Following my last column, which focused on the new iBooks app, I've gotten several more questions about iBooks, and I answer two of them here. I also look at a tricky question about moving the contents of an iTunes library back and forth between two Macs, and answer a question about a smart playlist with nested conditions. » zum Artikel

Of iTunes and iBooks

Since the release of OS X Mavericks, I've gotten a lot of questions about ebooks and iTunes. I address three of these in this week's column. I also look at a question about smart playlists with nested conditions, and a way to keep Christmas music from coming up in shuffle mode on an iPod. » zum Artikel

iTunes 11.1.3 fixes problems with EQ and large libraries

On Tuesday, Apple boosted iTunes to version 11.1.3, in the process fixing some problems with equalization, large libraries, and other minor bugs. » zum Artikel

Bugs and Fixes: updates to Windows iTunes, Java, and Internet Explorer

Update, update, update: Form that habit now, if you haven't already, to keep up with security fixes. The latest include the usual tweaks to fend off malicious attacks, and a fix to Java that should prevent it from disabling itself constantly. That would be nice. » zum Artikel

Playlist Assist: Drag and drop to create playlists, like iTunes of yore

Among the many (somewhat jarring) changes in iTunes 11 is that you can no longer open and display multiple iTunes windows. This feature of iTunes 10 and earlier was useful for a number of tasks, not the least of which was building playlists. » zum Artikel

Your tricky iTunes questions answered

I've been getting a lot of interesting, if obscure, questions lately, including one--regarding adding album art to high-resolution AIFF files--that took me a while to solve. In this week's column, I share that tale; discuss duplicating just the music part of an iTunes library; and tell you how to find your podcast playlists in the iOS Podcasts app. » zum Artikel


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It's time for another grab-bag column, with a number of interesting questions I've gotten from readers recently. I look at whether or not you can get around Apple's limit of 25,000 songs with iTunes Match, I discuss some ways to search the iTunes Store more efficiently, and I look at a question whose answer requires a smart playlist.
Just in case the imminent arrival of iOS 7 isn't enough to get you pumped, Apple's also gone ahead and released iTunes 11.1. Less exciting, you might think, but a necessary part of the equation: If you want to sync your device running iOS 7 with your computer, you're going to need the latest version of Apple's music-playing-video-watching-podcast-downloading-device-syncing-app-with-large-fries.
The CEO of a software company that was supposedly developing a service similar to Apple's iTunes has admitted to scamming more than US$2 million from investors by diverting the money into offshore accounts and spending it on personal matters.