Here is your essential companion to the iPod nano, touch, classic, and shuffle and to iTunes. The iPod a iTunes Pocket Guide, Fourth Edition, steers you through how to: Import songs into iTunes, assemble playlists on your own or using the iTunes Genius, and burn CDs. Find music, movies, HD TV shows, videos, games, and audiobooks in the iTunes Store and see recommendations, discover new artists, and send gift certificates. Buy music from the iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store and sync songs with your computers. Use your iPod to keep contacts, view events, and store files. Make your iPod even more useful (and awe your friends) with fascinating tips and tricks. Fix common problems and learn what to do in you can't fix them yourself.You get your list of 25 related tracks, which you can reset or save. The current iPod classic and iPod nano also let you create Genius playlists directly on the iPod. In Chapter 3, I discuss how this feature works. Organizing. the. iPod. touch. The iPod toucha#39;s Music area provides several ways to organize your tunes.
|Title||:||The iPod and iTunes Pocket Guide|
|Publisher||:||Peachpit Press - 2009-01-28|