IPod & iTunes for Dummies ®, 7th Edition
As Apple's bestselling gadget, the iPod is much more than just a digital music player. It allows you to surf the web, rent movies or buy songs, send and receive e-mail, get directions, store photos, watch videos, keep a calendar, play games, and more. iTunes imports music, videos, and podcasts; creates playlists; burns CDs; syncs with iPod; plays music through your home stereo; and much more. Needless to say, a lot of exciting possibilities exist with iTunes and the iPod—and this book-and-DVD package helps you figure it all out!
As the newest edition of a perennial bestseller, this guide is written by a veteran For Dummies author who makes every topic easy to understand. The DVD features 90 minutes of step-by-step video instructions that show you how to set up your iPod, import music into iTunes, set up an account at the iTunes Store, create playlists, sync your iPod, and much more.
- Get more bang for your buck with this book-and-DVD package and get the most up to date information on iTunes and the iPod
- Features a 90-minute instructional DVD that walks you through the most important menus, screens, and tasks you'll encounter when getting started with your iPod and iTunes
- Introduces the different iPod models and shows you how to shop at the iTunes store, add music tracks from a CD to your iTunes library, play content in iTunes, and set up playlists
- Explains how to share content from your iTunes library, manage photos and videos, synchronize devices with iTunes, update and troubleshoot, and more
Get in tune with all that iPod & iTunes has to offer with this book!
Tony Bove has written more than two dozen computer books, including all editions of iPod & iTunes For Dummies. Tony is also a professional musician. He blogs and offers tips about iPods, iPhones, iTunes, and the iLife applications at www.tonybove.com.
Table of Contents
Part I: Touching All the Basics.
Chapter 1: Firing Up Your iPod and iPhone.
Chapter 2: Setting Up iTunes and Your iPod and iPhone.
Chapter 3: Putting Your Finger on It.
Chapter 4: Choosing Essential Settings For Daily Operation.
Chapter 5: Going Mobile.
Part II: Filling Up Your Empty Cup.
Chapter 6: Getting Started with iTunes.
Chapter 7: Shopping at the iTunes Store.
Chapter 8: Bringing Content into iTunes.
Chapter 9: Into the Sync with iTunes.
Chapter 10: Syncing Mail, Calendars, Contacts, and Bookmarks.
Part III: Managing Your Library.
Chapter 11: Searching, Browsing, and Sorting in iTunes.
Chapter 12: Adding and Editing Information in iTunes.
Chapter 13: Playing Content in iTunes.
Chapter 14: Organizing iTunes Content with Playlists.
Chapter 15: Gimme Shelter for My Media.
Part IV: Playing It Back on Your iPod or iPhone.
Chapter 16: The Songs Remain the Same.
Chapter 17: Bring Videos, Books, and Podcasts.
Chapter 18: Your Pocket Picture Player.
Part V: Touching the Online World.
Chapter 19: Surfi n’ Safari.
Chapter 20: The Postman Always Beeps Once.
Chapter 21: Using Applications on Your iPod or iPhone.
Part VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 22: Ten Steps to Recovery.
Chapter 23: Ten Tangible Tips.
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