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How to Adjust Frequencies in iTunes

You adjust frequencies in iTunes using the equalizer. You can adjust frequencies in the iTunes equalizer by clicking and dragging sliders that look like mixing-board faders. The equalizer is shown here [more…]

How to Rip Music from CDs into iTunes

You can rip music from a CD and import it into iTunes, thus copying songs from your CDs to your iTunes library. Then you can add the ripped songs to your iPod. So your CDs aren’t useless just because you [more…]

How to Add Music Files to iTunes

You can always add music files to iTunes. After you save or copy an MP3, AIFF, or WAV file on your hard drive, you can simply drag it into the iTunes window to bring it into your library. If you drag a [more…]

How to Add Audio Books to iTunes

If you enjoy listening to audio books, you can add them to iTunes. That way, besides being able to listen to your audio books over your computer with iTunes, you can transfer the files to your iPod or [more…]

How to Add Videos to iTunes

You can add videos to iTunes by purchasing them from the iTunes Store or by downloading them from the Internet. Just drag the videos into iTunes, like you do with songs. After you add videos to iTunes, [more…]

Ten Impressive iPhone Sports Apps

iPhone sports apps are among the thousands of mobile device applications available in the iTunes App Store. Whether you get in the game with a free app, or you pay to play, the following apps are bound [more…]

Ten Awesome Free iPhone Apps

The iTunes App Store offers lots of free apps among its ever-growing inventory of entertaining and informative mobile applications. Make the most of your iPhone or iPod touch experience with these fantastic [more…]

Convertbot iPhone App Tops among Conversion Tools

Convertbot is a comprehensive, easy-to-use downloadable app for your iPhone or iPod touch; the mobile app features a beautiful and extremely customizable interface. You can have unit conversions of all [more…]

Musée du Louvre Free iPhone App Tours "The Louvre"

If you’re interested in art or French history and architecture (including all the gilded gaudiness of royal excess in the 18th and 19th centuries), the Musée de Louvre mobile app is a great way to see [more…]

What Is an iPad?

The wait for Apple's iPad is finally over. Apple has rolled out its highly anticipated iPad device — which the company proudly proclaims as its "most advanced technology in a magical and revolutionary [more…]

Using the Kindle App for iPhone and iPod Touch

A number of e-reader applications are available for the iPhone and iPod Touch, but the big advantage of the Kindle application is its ability to synchronize your Kindle with the iPhone or iPod Touch automatically [more…]

Track Stocks with Free Bloomberg iPhone App

If you want to watch your stocks but don’t have an E*Trade or other online brokerage account, you may want to consider Bloomberg, the self-titled app from the Bloomberg wire service. This cost-free app [more…]

Urbanspoon iPhone App Helps You Pick a Restaurant

The basic idea of the free Urbanspoon app is to offer various cuisines, price points, and neighborhoods on slot machine reels. Shake your iPhone (or push the Shake button), and you get a random suggestion [more…]

MusicID with Lyrics Puts You in Tune with Musical Artists

Ever hear a song on the radio, on television, in a store, or at a club and wonder what it’s called or who is singing it? With MusicID with Lyrics, you may never wonder again. Just launch the [more…]

White Noise iPhone App Sounds Good!

White Noise is one of those apps that you’ll really appreciate when you need it. Its raison d’être is to provide background noise for you, something a lot of people want or need when they’re going to sleep [more…]

Using Objective-C Operators

Objective-C operators, like those in other programming languages, let you perform operations on variables (hence the name). Objective-C provides many operators, and keeping track of all of them can be [more…]

Using Delegates with Views and Other Classes

When you create iPhone applications, you use delegates to implement application-specific behavior for “generic” views or classes. The table includes all known available delegates used in iPhone application [more…]

Composing a Photograph on Your iPhone with the Rule of Thirds

Your iPhone can capture a detailed photograph, but how well the photo is composed is up to you. One common photo-composition trick is called the Rule of Thirds. With the Rule of Thirds, you imagine lines [more…]

Handy iPhone Photography Apps

With over 3,000 iPhone photography apps to choose from, you might ask which ones are vital. The following two iPhone apps are both useful and easy to use and can help you get just the photo you want. [more…]

Using Depth of Field Techniques with the iPhone's Camera

The depth of field in your photography can have a dramatic effect on your subjects. A focus distance of four feet or more with the iPhone 3GS/4 means everything to the horizon will be in focus. But a focus [more…]

Tips for Steadying Your iPhone to Get Good Photos

Holding your iPhone securely while taking a photo without getting in the way of the lens takes some getting used to. Remember to keep your elbows tucked into your body. [more…]

How to Organize Your iPhone 4's Icons into Folders

Finding the single iPhone app you want to use among a sea of apps is a daunting task. But iPhone's iOS 4 allows you to organize your icons into folders. The Folders feature enables you to create folder [more…]

How to Add Bookmarks to Your iPhone Maps

Your iPhone has a Maps app to help you get where you're going. And you can even bookmark maps if you think you'll use them frequently. These bookmarks in the iPhone Maps app let you return to a location [more…]

How to Write Notes on Your iPhone with the Notes App

On your iPhone, Notes is an app that creates text notes that you can save or send through e-mail. You can create as many notes as you want on your iPhone and e-mail them to any e-mail account that includes [more…]

Five Nifty Travel Apps for the iPod touch

Are you ready for your next trip? If so, travel apps for the iPod touch can help you find your way around if you get lost, clue you in on the weather, and tell your friends where you are at any given moment [more…]

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