Posted by Mayank on January 11, 2015 in iTunes

Audiobooks have been a huge game changer. Those who don’t like to read can now easily listen to audiobooks. You can now listen (or read) audiobooks while driving, while working out, while carrying out your daily chores and running errands. Isn’t that a great use of your time? You can now increase your productivity manifold. Say, you borrowed a set of audio CDs from your nearest library. You don’t have to stick around a computer Read More...

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Posted by Mayank on May 29, 2013 in Apple,iTunes

After several years, I decided to change my iTunes password and decided not to take any help. Unexpectedly, it took me long to find out how to change the iTunes password. So, here is how to change iTunes password without wasting a second! Think about this – your iTunes account is infact your Apple account and it has grown much bigger than just iTunes. To change your iTunes password, you need to change your Apple account password. Here are tRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on September 18, 2012 in iTunes

Whenever you make a purchase at the iTunes or Mac App Store, you receive an invoice by email each time your credit card is charged. An invoice is sent approximately every $20 or 12 hours, whichever occurs first. The Web Order Number also appears in the email invoice. It is usual to lose some of these invoices and wonder later what did you buy when you see your credit card statement. Good news is that you can afford to loose these invoices and havRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on May 19, 2012 in iTunes

If you have kids and they use iOS products like iPod, iPhone or iPad, you can setup spending allowance for your kids. Setting up spending allowance for your kids instead of using your Apple ID (and in turn your credit card) will help you limit your kids from burning a hole in your pocked. At the same time, you’ll give them the freedom and flexibility to meet their expense, buy music, apps and have fun. You’d be able to maintain a perfRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on May 11, 2012 in How To,iTunes

Whenever you upgrade to a newer version of iTunes, the iTunes application creates a backup file during the upgrade process. This backup file can be used to revert back to original (pre-upgrade) settings in case of an unsuccessful upgrade and in the event iTunes becomes unusable (a rare scenaio though). Backup of your current iTunes happens in the background and you’re not asked to take a separate backup. Backup files, though useful in timesRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on March 24, 2012 in Android,Apple,iPad,iTunes,Video Games

Post image for Angry Birds Space available in Appstore & Google Play Angry Birds have gone to space this time and this new version of game is available in Apple Store as well as Google Play (previously Android Market Place). Angry birds space was launched on 22nd March and as expected had thousands of downloads in first couple of days. This games is for 0.99$ for iPhone, 2.99$ for iPad where as it’s totally free on Google Play. Angry Birds this time bend around the space and the gravitational pull of differRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on February 12, 2012 in iTunes

CultofMac reported that hackers have once again turned to cracking iTunes account to steal your store credit and gift cards. They’re making use of your credit and gift cards to make purchases and leave you with the bill. Apple’s Support Communities has incidents reported by over 1100 people, wherein people did not recognize the purchase they’ve made in the recent last few days. Apple is reportedly looking into the issue, and is takiRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on October 11, 2011 in iTunes

iTunes 10.5 is available now. With 10.5, iTunes has moved over to the Cloud or rather iCloud. With iTunes in the Cloud, many of your new iTunes Store purchases are instantly available on all your computers and iOS devices, not just the one you used to make the purchase. Many of your previous purchases are also available. Here’s how it works: The iTunes Store automatically stores your purchases in iCloud. iCloud immediately downloads your new pRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 28, 2011 in How To,iTunes

Post image for Subscribe to a Podcast [How to] A podcast is an audio feed, or sometimes a feed, which combines both audio and video feed. Just like a blog publisher, a podcast publisher provides regular audio or audio-video updates. You can use iTunes to locate, subscribe, manage and listen to your favorite podcast(s). This ensures that iTunes automatically downloads each new episode to your iTunes library. Subscribe to a Podcast There are various ways to subscribe to a podcast – directRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on July 30, 2011 in iTunes

I guess you will agree that album artwork helps enjoy songs even more. Songs bought from the iTunes Music Store typically include an image of the album cover art or a photo of the artist. Unfortunately, you don’t get free artwork when you rip an audio CD — the discs aren’t manufactured with digital cover art stashed somewhere on an empty track. So, songs without artwork look something like this image. You have the option of using yoRead More...

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Posted by Diya on June 14, 2011 in Apple,iTunes

The following alert may appear when trying to download purchased content from the iTunes Store: “There was an error downloading your purchased music. An unknown error occurred (-50).” This usually happens when the connection times out while downloading a purchased content from the iTunes Store. Apart from this, certain types of software may also obstruct the connection from your computer to the iTunes store, for example firewalls, webRead More...

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