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Did you know that you can get Siri to tag and identify your songs? Learn how you can ask Siri to tag your songs and where to find Siri-tagged songs.
If your iPhone stops reporting the correct amount of available free space, restoring from a backup file is a quick way to free up iPhone storage and fix the issue.
It can be a nuisance when iTunes launches automatically whenever a media-related action is performed. Here is how to prevent iTunes from launching on Mac.
Looking for a way to play your Apple videos on non-Apple devices? Tuneskit helps you do that, removing DRM encoding from your videos.
The MiniPlayer is a small version of iTunes. If you always want it in the front, here’s how to place iTunes MiniPlayer on top of all your windows on Mac.
Part of Apple’s DRM system requires that all content endpoints be authorized to use the content you buy and use on them. Here’s how to authorize and deauthorize a computer.
If you have thousands of songs without lyrics, adding the lyrics one by one is a pain! Fortunately, there’s a free Mac app for that called Singer Song Reader; it will help you search, save, and display iTunes song lyrics.
There are several different sources for obtaining music and videos, with new ones coming out all the time. What are your favorite sources for music and videos?
Did you sign up for the free trial of Apple Music and now want to cancel now that your account is being charged? Here’s how to cancel your Apple Music subscription.
Are you interested in adjusting the play count in iTunes manually? If so, this tutorial will show you just how to do that on Windows.
If you’ve ever wondered how to get those little ‘explicit’ and ‘clean’ tags next to your songs in iTunes, here’s how to do that.
If you’re someone who isn’t ready to adopt Apple Music, there’s a way to hide Apple Music and remove it from iTunes on your Mac. This tutorial shows how.
The much-anticipated Apple Music has finally made its debut, with an interesting mix of the old iTunes and the new Beats music. Let’s check it out.
After many months of speculation, Apple has released their new music service titled simply “Apple Music.” Will you subscribe to it?
Did you know that you can use the Voiceover system in Mac OS X to produce audiobooks and spoken word prompts? In this article, we’ll show you how.
In Mac, you can use AppleScripts to control iTunes. In Windows, you can use visual basic codes. Learn how you can control iTunes with Windows scripts.
iTunes Radio is a great, except for the advertisement that show up intermittently. Luckily, you can use Irradiate to block the advertisement totally. Let’s check it out.