Advanced iTunes Use
- Many iPhones/iPods, One PC (4)
- Sound Check, Album Art, etc. (6)
- iPod Playlists & iTunes DJ (8)
- iTunes Allowance (4)
- iTunes Filetypes (5)
- iTunes Genius (6)
Creating Smart Playlists in iTunes
Playlists are a cool way to create custom mixes of your music around themes, events, or topics. Smart Playlists are playlists that can be automatically created based on rules you set up. Here's how to use them.
Deleting iTunes Duplicates
It's easy to end up with duplicate files in a large iTunes library. What's less easy is finding those duplicate files. Luckily, iTunes has a feature that makes it easy to find these files and decide if you want to keep them or not.
iTunes & Android: What Works and What Doesn't
Both an Android device and iTunes content? Find out here what parts of iTunes work with Android.
Using iTunes Parental Controls
While the iTunes Store is full of terrific content from music to movies to apps, not all of it is appropriate for children or teens. But what’s a parent who wants to let their kids access some parts of iTunes, but not others, to do?
While iTunes is how most people get music to their iPods, there are alternatives to iTunes that also work. If you use an iTunes alternative, let us know what it is, and why you use it, here.
iTunes Sync: How to Only Sync Certain Songs
You probably don't want to sync every song you have in iTunes to your iPod (or may not be able to, if your iTunes library takes up more space than your iPod has). There are a few ways to control what songs get synced to your iPod.
A Parent's Guide to iPhone / iPod For Their Kids
While parents are glad to give their kids powerful communication and entertainment devices like the iPhone and iPod, you may also have some concerns about what kind of content your kids can access on them. These articles will help you balance your child's use of technology while your desire to protect them.
How to Use iTunes On An External Hard Drive
Considering that most people have thousands, if not tens of thousands, of songs in their iTunes libraries, those libraries can easily take up 25, 50, or 100 GB. But libraries that big can take up more space on a hard drive than you may be able to spare. In that case, running iTunes from an external hard drive can solve your problem. Here's how...
Different iTunes Parental Control Settings on One Computer?
Find out how to restrict your kids from seeing some content at iTunes while giving yourself greater freedom.
Transferring your iTunes Library to Another Computer
One of the biggest challenges of getting a new computer is transferring your iTunes music library. Backing up your iTunes library isn't exactly simple, either. And Apple doesn't help make things easier.
Do You Have to Use iTunes With an iPod?
While most people use iTunes to manage their iPods and music libraries, iTunes isn't the only game in town. There is a whole suite of programs that work as iTunes alternatives.
Downloading iTunes for Linux
While iTunes is the dominant music store/music player app on the Mac OS and Windows, what about Linux users? Just because they're using open-source, instead of commercial, systems, they shouldn't be left out of the iTunes fun, right? So, if you're a Linux user interested in getting iTunes, you're probably wondering where you can download iTunes for Linux?