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What I Learned About the iPad at My Cousin's Wedding
I spent last weekend on the gulf coast of Alabama (which turns out to look a bit like the Caribbean. Who knew?) at my cousin John's wedding (congratulations
UPDATE: Apple Announces Free Cases, Case Refunds for iPhone 4
At a press conference today, Steve Jobs announced that Apple would provide free cases or refunds on Bumper case purchases in response to the iPhone 4 antenna
UPDATE2: Apple Introduces new Apple TV, New iPods, iTunes 10, iOS 4.1
Apple today introduced new models of the Apple TV, iPod touch, iPod nano, iPod Shuffle, and updates to iOS and iTunes at a media event in San Francisco. All
The Hidden Secrets of the New iPods/iTunes
Wednesday's announcements of new iPods, iTunes, and Apple TV have settled in over the last couple of days and now some interesting hidden tidbits are trickling
Apple Ends Free iPhone 4 Case Program on Sept. 30
If you've got an iPhone 4 and haven't yet taken advantage of Apple's free iPhone 4 Case program, your time is running out. Apple has announced that the program
What Does Apple Have Against 1080p?
As of late last week, the new Apple TV is sitting on top of my cable box, routed through my receiver, a welcome part of my home theater. While it offers a
Notes and Reactions on Steve Jobs' Resignation
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UPDATE: Apple Unveils iPhone 4S, Updated iPods, Siri Voice Recognition, More
UPDATE: Apple Unveils iPhone 4S, Updated iPods, Siri Voice Recognition, More
Free at iTunes - June 11, 2012
Music Single of the Week The A Team, by Ed Sheeran - Download at iTunes Indie Spotlight Keep It For Your Own, by Pop Etc. - Download at iTunes
UPDATE: Apple Debuts iPhone 5, New iPod Line-Up
UPDATE: Apple Debuts iPhone 5, New iPod Line-Up
3rd Generation Apple iPod Shuffle Review
Each generation of the iPod Shuffle seems to require a radical reinvention of the device. The third-generation model, released in March 2009, is back to the vertical rectangle, but is tiny, lacks any buttons to control the device, and adds a new, controversial feature.
Best Car FM Transmitter - 2011 iPod/iPhone Readers' Choice Awards Winner
With its wireless connectivity and clear FM broadcasts, New Potato's TuneLink Auto took the title as the Best Car FM Transmitter. Page 9.
2011 iPod/iPhone Readers' Choice Awards Winners
The winners of the 2011 About.com Readers' Choice Awards for the iPhone/iPod site, and how the other finalists stacked up.
Best iPhone/iPad App: Angry Birds - 2011 iPod/iPhone Readers' Choice Awards Winners
The famously addictive Angry Birds, from Rovio, takes the Best iPhone/iPad App title this year. Page 2.
Best New iPhone/iPad App - 2011 iPod/iPhone Readers' Choice Awards Winners
Tap Reef, and its ocean full of virtual sea creatures, wins the Best New iPhone/iPad App award. Page 3.
Best iPhone/iPad Recipe App - 2011 iPod/iPhone Readers' Choice Awards Winner
With its 170,000+ plus recipes, BigOven takes the Best iPhone/iPad Recipe App title this year. Page 4.
Best iPhone Running App - 2011 iPod/iPhone Readers' Choice Awards Winner
A clear, runner-friendly interface helped Gazelle GPS Tracker take the Best iPhone Running App category this year. Page 5.
Best Free iPhone/iPad App - 2011 iPod/iPhone Readers' Choice Awards Winner
You can forget bothering with different logins for all your chat services thanks to imo, the winner of the Best Free iPhone/iPad App award. Page 6.
Best iPhone 4 Case - 2011 iPod/iPhone Readers' Choice Awards Winner
IPhone 4 users on the go don't have to worry about running out of juice when they have the Mophie Juice, the winner for Best iPhone 4 Case. Page 7.
Best iPad Case - 2011 iPod/iPhone Readers' Choice Awards Winner
An appealing folio-style design and adjustable stand helped the mophie WorkBook win Best iPad Case. Page 8.
Sometimes you need to copy or backup your iPod library, but iTunes doesn't allow you to do that. Luckily, there are other programs, like CopyTrans, that let you copy the iPod, backup the iPod, or transfer iPod libraries. This step-by-step guide shows you how to backup iPods with CopyTrans.
Run CopyTrans, Plug In iPod
To begin the iPod copy process, start up CopyTrans. When you see the program's window, plug your iPod into the computer. A window will pop up asking if you want to scan the iPod. Click yes to have CopyTrans discover all the content on your iPod. Page 2.
View and Copy Songs - Using CopyTrans
Once you've connected your iPod to a PC running CopyTrans, you'll see a list of the songs on your iPod that are available to be copied. You can select the songs you want through various ways, and then begin the transfer process. Page 3.
Select All - Using CopyTrans
If you want to use CopyTrans to copy all of the music and other data on your iPod to a new PC, you can just select
Chose Destination for iPod Copy - Using CopyTrans
The next step in using CopyTrans to move the contents of your iPod to your new PC. Look next to the pull-down menu, you can choose where the iPod copy will go. Usually it's the new computer's iTunes library. To select that, click the iTunes button. Page 5.
Confirm iTunes Library Location - Using CopyTrans
As part of the process of using CopyTrans to move your iPod music to a new PC, you'll need point CopyTrans to the location of your iTunes library on the new PC. Page 6.
Wait for iPod Copy to Conclude - Using CopyTrans
Using CopyTrans to transfer music from your iPod to a new PC takes different amounts of time depending on how many songs you need to transfer. Page 7.
Almost Done - Using CopyTrans
Sometimes you need to copy or backup your iPod library, but iTunes doesn't allow you to do that. Luckily, there are other programs, like CopyTrans, that let you copy the iPod, backup the iPod, or transfer iPod libraries. This step-by-step guide shows you how to backup iPods with CopyTrans. Page 8.
iTunes Import - Using CopyTrans
After CopyTrans has copied the iPod library, it will import it into iTunes automatically. In some cases, CopyTrans may have you eject the iPod. Just follow the onscreen prompts. Page 9.
Create a New Smart Playlist for iPhone
The first step in using a smart playlist to optimize iPhone storage is to create a smart playlist. Page 2.
Setting Up Your Smart Playlist for iPhone Via Ratings
The next step in optimizing the iPhone's storage via smart playlists is to choose sort by rating. Page 3.
Complete Your Smart Playlist - Optimize iPhone Storage with Smart Playlists
Choose a few more settings - such as the strictness of the match and the size of the playlist -. Page 4.
Name Smart Playlist - Optimize iPhone Storage with Smart Playlists
One of the final steps in making the best use of your iPhone's storage capacity is to name the smart playlist. Page 5.
Dock iPhone to Sync Smart Playlist to the iPhone =
To add the smart playlist you've created to your iPhone, just dock the iPhone to your computer. Page 6.
Select the Smart Playlist for Syncing
To ensure that you only sync the new smart playlist to your iPhone, choose that setting in the iPhone management screen. Page 7.
You're Done - Optimize iPhone Storage with Smart Playlists
From now on, the only music that will get synced to your iPhone is your smart playlist, which will now automatically update. Page 8.
Download New iTunes Plus Songs - Upgrading Purchased Music to iTunes Plus
The new iTunes Plus files will start downloading. Once they files are downloaded, they'll be automatically added to iTunes and you'll have new, DRM-free, iTunes Plus music on your computer. Page 6.
Enabling iTunes Plus
In order to take advantage of iTunes Plus, the feature of the iTunes Store that lets users buy DRM-free, higher-quality music, and then share it on as many computers as they would like, you must first turn the feature on. Here's a step-by-step guide enabling iTunes Plus.
Go to Your iTunes Account - Enabling iTunes Plus
To enable iTunes Plus, you must begin by going to your iTunes Store account and change some settings there. The Manage iTunes Plus button leads you to those settings. Page 2.
Click iTunes Plus Checkbox - Enabling iTunes Plus
The next option you need to change in your iTunes Store account is the iTunes Plus checkbox. To enable iTunes Plus, just click that checkbox. Page 3.
Return to iTunes Store - Enabling iTunes Plus
Once you've enabled iTunes Plus in your iTunes Store account, you can return to the iTunes store and begin searching for iTunes Plus DRM-free music. Page 4.
Start Using iTunes Plus - Enabling iTunes Plus
In order to take advantage of iTunes Plus, the feature of the iTunes Store that lets users buy DRM-free, higher-quality music, and then share it on as many computers as they would like, you must first turn the feature on. HereÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s a step-by-step guide enabling iTunes Plus. Page 5.
At this step, iGadget will have completed the transfer of music from your iPod to your computer. Page 8.
Sometimes you need to copy or backup your iPod library, but iTunes doesn't allow you to do that. Luckily, there are other programs, like iPodCopy, that let you copy the iPod, backup the iPod, or transfer iPod libraries. This step-by-step guide shows you how to backup iPods with iPodCopy.
Install and Configure iTunes - Using iPodCopy
The first step in using iPodCopy to move music from your iPod to a new PC is to make sure that you've got iTunes installed on the new PC. Page 2.
Connect iPod - Using iPodCopy
When you connect your iPod to the computer, iPodCopy will automatically detect the iPod and reads it contents. Page 3.
Select Items to Transfer - Using iPodCopy
Once your iPod is connected and iPodCopy has launched, you need to select the songs, podcasts, or other content you want to transfer to the new PC using iPodCopy. Page 4.
Transfer iPod Contents - Using iPodCopy
Once you've selected the songs you want to transfer, tell iPodCopy where to transfer these new songs and begin the transfer. Large libraries will take longer to move. Page 5.
Transfer Other Items - Using iPodCopy
After you've moved songs from your iPod to the PC using iPodCopy, you can move other items, such as podcasts, playlists, movies, and more. Page 6.
You're Done - Using iPodCopy
Sometimes you need to copy or backup your iPod library, but iTunes doesn't allow you to do that. Luckily, there are other programs, like iPodCopy, that let you copy the iPod, backup the iPod, or transfer iPod libraries. This step-by-step guide shows you how to backup iPods with iPodCopy. Page 7.
How to Buy iTunes Plus Songs
iTunes Plus is pretty attractive: you get higher-quality songs and he unlimited ability to share the songs for just US$0.30 more. Seems like a good deal to me! Taking advantage of iTunes Plus, and buying music that way, is easy.
Go to iTunes Plus Section of iTunes Store - How to Buy iTunes Plus Songs
The iTunes Store features a special iTunes Plus section where you can browse all the iTunes Plus, DRM-free content that the iTunes Store has to offer. Page 2.
Find iTunes Plus Music - How to Buy iTunes Plus Songs
Once you're at the iTunes Plus section of the iTunes Store, you can search or browse DRM-free songs. You can also have iTunes automatically check your iTunes Store purchases to see which songs are elligible to be upgraded to iTunes Plus. Page 3.
Browse DRM-Free Music - How to Buy iTunes Plus Songs
Though there is a special section of the iTunes Store for iTunes Plus music, you can also browse and search the regular iTunes Store and see what songs are eligible based on the plus icon next to them. Page 4.
Buy iTunes Plus Music - How to Buy iTunes Plus Songs
Buying iTunes Plus songs and albums from the iTunes Store is the same process as buying regular songs. Just be sure that you've got iTunes Plus enabled in your iTunes account. Page 5.
How To Identify iTunes Plus Music
Once you've bought iTunes Plus music, you won't be able to tell just by looking at them which songs in your iTunes library are iTunes Plus and which are regular iTunes songs. Luckily, finding out which songs are iTunes Plus is pretty easy.
Choose "Get Info" - How To Identify iTunes Plus Music
Finding out which of the songs in your iTunes library are iTunes Plus songs is pretty easy. A few different bits of information about the songs will tell you whether you've got DRM-free music or not. Page 2.
A Window Pops Up - How To Identify iTunes Plus Music
Once you've bought iTunes Plus music, you won't be able to tell just by looking at them which songs in your iTunes library are iTunes Plus and which are regular iTunes songs. Luckily, finding out which songs are iTunes Plus is pretty easy. Page 3.
Checking for iTunes Plus Content - How To Identify iTunes Plus Music
Finding out which of the songs in your iTunes library are iTunes Plus songs is pretty easy. A few different bits of information about the songs will tell you whether you've got DRM-free music or not. Page 4.
Upgrading Purchased Music to iTunes Plus
Some music purchased at the iTunes Store can be upgraded to the iTunes Plus DRM-free file formats. Here's a step-by-step guide to upgrading the music you've bought at the iTunes Store to the iTunes Plus format.
Enter iTunes Plus Section of iTunes Store - Upgrading Purchased Music to iTunes Plus
The process of upgrading music you've purchased at the iTunes Store to DRM-free iTunes Plus music begins by going to the iTunes Plus section of the iTunes Store and seeing which of your purchased songs are eligible for the upgrade. Page 2.
Review Upgrade Options and Buy - Upgrading Purchased Music to iTunes Plus
You'll then get a listing of the songs you own that qualify to be upgraded to iTunes Plus and information about the limited time upgrade offer. To upgrade, click the buy button. Page 3.
Confirm Upgrade Preference - Upgrading Purchased Music to iTunes Plus
Some music purchased at the iTunes Store can be upgraded to the iTunes Plus DRM-free file formats. Here's a step-by-step guide to upgrading the music you've bought at the iTunes Store to the iTunes Plus format. Page 4.
Confirm Old Music Deletion Preference - Upgrading Purchased Music to iTunes Plus
Music upgraded to iTunes Plus replaces the old files, so you need to decide whether you want iTunes to delete the old files or move them to your desktop. Make your choice and continue. Page 5.
Use iGadget to Transfer Music from iPod to Computer
IGadget is a program that helps you transfer music from iPod to computer. This step-by-step guide shows you how to use iGadget to copy iPods to PCs, backup iPods, or transfer an iPod library to a new PC.
Installing iGadget - Using iGadget
This step shows you how to install iGadget on your computer to begin the process of using it to transfer music from your iPod to your computer. Page 2.
Using iGadget for an iPod Transfer
IGadget can be used to transfer music from iPod to computer by following these simple steps. Page 3.
Click to Transfer Songs via iGadget - Using iGadget
This step on the process initiates the transfer of songs from your iPod to your computer, through iGadget. Page 4.
Choose iGadget's Music Transfer Settings - Using iGadget
To make sure that iGadget completes the iPod transfer properly, you have to change the music transfer settings as shown here. Page 5.
Select iGadget and iTunes Options
Select the settings you want iGadget to use during the transfer process and continue. Page 6.
iGadget Transfers Music
In this step, iGadget transfers music from your iPod to your PC. How long this takes depends on how many songs you're transferring. Page 7.
How to Set Up iTunes Ping
Ping is Apple's social network built into iTunes and focusing of sharing your musical interests. If you've used Facebook or Twitter, Ping will seem basically familiar.
How to Use eMusic
EMusic is one of iTunes' major competitors. This how-to guide explains how to sign up for eMusic, how to download songs from the eMusic, and how to add the songs to iTunes and your iPod.
Install eMusic Download Manager - How to Use eMusic
Step one in downloading music from eMusic: Download and install the eMusic Download Manager software, which handles your downloads of songs from the eMusic site. Page 2.
Finding Songs at eMusic - How to Use eMusic
To begin downloading songs at eMusic, you must be a member. A+Once you've signed up, begin browsing or searching the eMusic site. Page 3.
eMusic Search Results - How to Use eMusic
Step four in downloading songs from eMusic: Review your search results, which are listed by artist, album, song, and record label. Page 4.
Previewing and Downloading Songs from eMusic - How to Use eMusic
Once you've found the songs or albums you're interested in on eMusic, you can do a number of things, including previewing the song and downloading a song or album. Page 5.
Where to Find eMusic Downloads - How to Use eMusic
The songs you download from eMusic should appear in a folder on your desktop called
Adding eMusic Songs to iTunes - How to Use eMusic
Once you've downloaded songs from eMusic and found them in your
Finding eMusic Songs in Your iTunes Library - How to Use eMusic
EMusic is one of iTunes' major competitors. This how-to guide explains how to sign up for eMusic, how to download songs from the eMusic, and how to add the songs to iTunes and your iPod. Page 8.
Sync Your iPod - How to Use eMusic
EMusic is one of iTunes' major competitors. This how-to guide explains how to sign up for eMusic, how to download songs from the eMusic, and how to add the songs to iTunes and your iPod. Page 9.
Wait for Processing - Using MediaFork iPod DVD Conveter
The process of converting DVDs to iPod-compatible files with MediaFork usually takes about 15 minutes of processing time for every 10 minutes of video. Page 6.
Edit File Information - Using MediaFork iPod DVD Conveter
The converted file created by MediaFork won't have information in it like the video's name or credits. You'll need to add these to the files through iTunes. Page 7.
Sync your iPod - Using MediaFork iPod DVD Conveter
Step eight in using MediaFork to convert DVDs to iPod video: once the video is in iTunes, you can add it to your iPod by syncing your iPod to your computer. Page 8.
Add Video to iPod with Videora
Videora is a Windows-only programs that helps you convert DVDs and other videos for the iPod. This guide shows you how to use Videora to convert video into an iPod format.
Download and Install Videora - Add Video to iPod with Videora
The first step to converting DVDs to iPod-compatible files using Videora iPod Converter is to download and install Videora. Page 2.
Choose Conversion Process - Add Video to iPod with Videora
One you've downloaded and installed Videora iPod converter, you're ready to convert DVDs to iPod format. The next step is to choose the conversion process you want to use. Page 3.
Select the DVD to Convert - Add Video to iPod with Videora
Once you've installed Videora and chosen the DVD conversion proces you want to use to create a new iPod file, you'll have to navigate through Windows to find the file to convert. Page 4.
Select the Video File - Add Video to iPod with Videora
Step five of converting DVDs to iPod compatible files with Videora: Once you've selected and opened your DVD, you'll need to select the correct video file to convert. Page 5.
Choose DVD Conversion Options - Add Video to iPod with Videora
Step six in using Videora to convert DVDs to iPod files: choose the conversion options. This includes audio and video quality, which effect the size of the final file, as well as whether the file is automatically added to iTunes. Page 6.
Convert the DVD to iPod Format - Add Video to iPod with Videora
Now you'll need to wait for Videora to convert the file you've selected to the iPod format. How long this takes is determined by the length of the file you're converting and the quality of the file you're creating. Page 7.
Add Video to iTunes - Add Video to iPod with Videora
Once Videora has finished converting the DVD file to the iPod format, you'll need to add the new video file to iTunes. Do this by dragging the file to iTunes. Page 8.
Sync with iPod - Add Video to iPod with Videora
Once all this is done, sync your iPod with iTunes and your video will be downloaded and ready to play. Page 9.
Add Video to iPod with Vixy
Vixy is an online tool that lets you convert FLV/Flash video files, such as those used at YouTube, to iPod video formats. This guide tells you how to use Vixy.
Go to Vixy.net - Add Video to iPod with Vixy
To begin the process of converting YouTube video to an iPod format using Vixy, you need to go to the Vixy website at www.vixy.net. Page 2.
Find YouTube Video to Convert - Add Video to iPod with Vixy
Step three in using Vixy to convert YouTube videos to an iPod compatible format: find the YouTube video you want to convert and copy its full address. Page 3.
Select Video Conversion Format - Add Video to iPod with Vixy
Step four in using Vixy to convert YouTube video to iPod format: Select the video conversion format for Vixy to use. Page 4.
Convert File - Add Video to iPod with Vixy
Step 5 in using Vixy to create iPod files from YouTube videos: Vixy will now go to YouTube and collect the file it's going to convert. Once it's done that, it will begin to convert the file. Page 5.
Download the Video - Add Video to iPod with Vixy
After Vixy has converted the YouTube video into an iPod format, you'll need to download the video from Vixy. Page 6.
Edit Video Info in iTunes - Add Video to iPod with Vixy
Step seven in using Vixy to create iPod-compatible YouTube files: The file that Vixy generates won't have an easy to read name, so you'll need to edit the file. Page 7.
Sync with iPod - Add Video to iPod with Vixy
After you've used Vixy to create an iPod file from a YouTube video, you'll need to add the video to your iPod by syncing with your iTunes library. Page 8.
Scan DVD - Using Handbrake DVD to iPod Converter
Once you've inserted the DVD, Handbrake will scan the DVD's contents. This is the third step in the process. Page 3.
Select Conversion Options - Using Handbrake DVD to iPod Converter
Step four in using Handbrake to convert DVD video to an iPod file: Navigate through your computer to the DVD and select the file you want to convert. Page 4.
Select File Destination and Convert - Using Handbrake DVD to iPod Converter
Once you've selected the DVD file to convert, you need to select where to save it. When that's done, begin the conversion process. The length of the process will depend on how long the file you want to convert is. Page 5.
Wait for Processing - Using Handbrake DVD to iPod Converter
Step six of using Handbrake to convert DVDs to iPod-compatible files: once processing has begun, wait for it to complete. This will take about 20 minutes for every 10 minutes of video to convert.. Page 6.
Sync your iPod or iPhone - Using Handbrake DVD to iPod Converter
Now you've got an iPod-compatible video file that you can add to iTunes and sync to your iPod or iPhone for later viewing. Page 7.
Add DVDs to iPod with iPod Video Converter
Among the many programs that can be used to convert video files to the iPod video format is iPod Video Converter, a tool created by a French programmer. IPod Video Converter boasts the ability to both convert video files, DVDs, and YouTube videos into the iPod Video format.
Install and Launch the Program - Add DVDs to iPod with iPod Video Converter
Step one in using iPod Video Converter to add DVD video to the iPod: Begin by downloading and installing the iPod Video Converter application. Page 2.
Navigate to the Video File - Add DVDs to iPod with iPod Video Converter
Step three in using iPod Video Converter to convert DVD movies to iPod format: navigate through Windows Explorer to find the DVD. Then navigate through the DVD until you find the video file you want to convert. Page 3.
Change Conversion Settings - Add DVDs to iPod with iPod Video Converter
Step four in using iPod Video Converter to convert DVD movies to iPod format: Change the program's conversion settings to mirror what you want to get after the conversion. Page 4.
Preview and Convert the File - Add DVDs to iPod with iPod Video Converter
Step five in using iPod Video Converter to make iPod files from DVDs: Preview the file you're going to convert with the settings you've selected and then begin the conversion process. Page 5.
Add Video to iTunes - Add DVDs to iPod with iPod Video Converter
Step six in using iPod Video Converter to create iPod files from DVDs: add the new video file that was created to iTunes. Edit the movie information if necesary. Page 6.
Sync with iPod - Add DVDs to iPod with iPod Video Converter
The final step in creating iPod video from DVDs using iPod Video Converter is to sync your iPod with iTunes once the new video file has been added to iTunes. After this, the new video will be on your iPod. Page 7.
Add Video to iPod with iSquint
ISquint is one of the many programs that helps you create video for the iPod. This guide shows you how to use iSquint to convert video into an iPod format.
Download and Install iSquint - Add Video to iPod with iSquint
The first step in using iSquint to rip DVDs to iPod video format is to download and install iSquint. ISquint is a Mac-only program. After that, insert the DVD you want to convert. Page 2.
Select the Save Location - Add Video to iPod with iSquint
Step two in using iSquint to convert DVDs to iPod format: Once you've installed the software and inserted the DVD, you need to determine where the converted file will be saved. Page 3.
Add the Video File to iSquint - Add Video to iPod with iSquint
Step four in using iSquint to convert DVD video to iPod format: Locate the video file you want to convert on the DVD. To do this, navigate through your computer and the DVD. Page 4.
Select Conversion Settings - Add Video to iPod with iSquint
Once you've found the video file you want iSquint to convert, you'll need to choose your conversion settings. This can allow you to create videos specifically optimized for the iPod. Page 5.
Convert the Video - Add Video to iPod with iSquint
Step six in using iSquint to convert DVDs to iPod video files: After selecting the file and choosing your settings, begin the conversion process. The time this takes will be determined by the length of the video. Page 6.
Add Video to iTunes - Add Video to iPod with iSquint
Once you've converted the DVD file to an iPod format, you'll need to add the new file to iTunes so you can sync it to your iPod. Page 7.
Sync with iPod - Add Video to iPod with iSquint
Step eight of creating iPod video files using iSquint: Once all this is done, sync your iPod with iTunes and your video will be downloaded and ready to play. Page 8.
Using Jodix iPod DVD Conveter
There are a number of ways to do convert DVDs and TV shows, movies, and video files into a format that the iPod can play, including programs that you can download and use. One of these programs is called the Jodix Free iPod Video Converter. This guide will show you how to use Jodix to convert video into an iPod compatible format.
Install Jodix and Prepare Your Video - Using Jodix iPod DVD Conveter
Begin the process of using Jodix to convert DVDs to iPod-compatible video files by downloading and installing Jodix. Then insert the DVD that you want to convert into your computer. Page 2.
Add Video File to Jodix - Using Jodix iPod DVD Conveter
Step three in creating iPod video files with Jodix: Insert the DVD to convert and navigate to the file you want to turn into an iPod video file. Page 3.
Confirm Conversion Settings - Using Jodix iPod DVD Conveter
Before you can start the conversion, you must choose a number of conversion settings in Jodix, including setting the quality of the audio and video in the file you create. Page 4.
Add or Edit File Tags - Using Jodix iPod DVD Conveter
Before you begin the conversion process, Jodix lets you add file information like name and credits. Do that at this stage. Page 5.
Convert the File - Using Jodix iPod DVD Conveter
Step six in using Jodix to create iPod compatible video files: Click to convert button and then wait. Conversions are generally pretty fast. Page 6.
Add the Video to iTunes - Using Jodix iPod DVD Conveter
Once you've created an iPod video file with Jodix, you'll need to add it to iTunes by dragging it in. Page 7.
Sync Your iPod - Using Jodix iPod DVD Conveter
The final step to adding the new iPod video created by Jodix to your iPod is to sync your iPod with your computer. Page 8.
Using MediaFork iPod DVD Conveter
You can add video to your iPod by buying movies and TV shows at the iTunes Store or by using a program to move video from your DVDs to your iPod. MediaFork is a program that does this, and this article explains how to use it.
Download MediaFork - Using MediaFork iPod DVD Conveter
Step two of using MediaFork to convert DVDs to iPod video files: Download and install MediaFork. Then insert the DVD you want to convert into your computer. Page 2.
Scan DVD - Using MediaFork iPod DVD Conveter
Once you've inserted the DVD and opened MediaFork, the program will scan the DVD to read its contents. This is the next step in converting the video to iPod format. Page 3.
Select the Video to Convert - Using MediaFork iPod DVD Conveter
Step four in using MediaFork to convert DVDs to iPod video: Navigate through the DVD to select the file you want to convert. Page 4.
Select File Destination and Convert - Using MediaFork iPod DVD Conveter
Once you've run MediaFork and scanned the DVD you want to convert, you'll need to determine where the new file will be saved. Once that's done, begin the conversion process. Page 5.
Using Handbrake DVD to iPod Converter
You can add video to your iPod by buying movies and TV shows at the iTunes Store or by using a program to move video from your DVDs to your iPod. Handbrake is a program that does this, and this article explains how to use it.
Download Handbrake - Using Handbrake DVD to iPod Converter
The first step is using Handbrake to convert DVDs to iPod files: download and install Handbrake. Then insert the DVD that you want to convert. Page 2.
Launch iFuntastic, Prep iPhone - Creating Custom iPhone Ringtones with iFuntastic
To add iPhone ringtones through iFuntastic, you have to go through a few steps of preparing the phone. Page 3.
Enter Ringtones Screen - Creating Custom iPhone Ringtones with iFuntastic
To choose which ringtones will be added to your iPhone, enter iFuntastic's ringtones screen. Page 5.
Add Ringtones to List - Creating Custom iPhone Ringtones with iFuntastic
Select the ringtones you already created with Garageband to be added to your iPhone. Page 6.
Select Ringtones for Addition or Deletion - Creating Custom iPhone Ringtones with iFuntastic
From this screen in iFuntastic, you can select the ringtones to be added or removed from your iPhone. Page 7.
Update and Restart iPhone - Creating Custom iPhone Ringtones with iFuntastic
To complete the addition of ringtones to the iPhone, you must update the phone and restart it, following the instructions provided by iFuntastic. Page 8.
Start Using Your Custom iPhone Ringtones - Creating Custom iPhone Ringtones with iFuntastic
Now that you've restarted, your new ringtones are on your iPhone and you can assign them to contacts and sounds. Page 9.
How to Make an iMix
Publishing your own iMix to the iTunes Store for anyone to buy as easy as creating a playlist and clicking a few buttons.
Create Playlist - How to Make an iMix
The first step in creating an iMix is simply to make a good, old fashioned playlist. Page 2.
Confirm iMix Publishing - How to Make an iMix
A pop-up window will ask you if you want to create an iMix or give the collection of songs as a gift to another user. Page 4.
How to Browse Content at the iTunes Store
Most people find for songs, movies, and TV shows by searching the iTunes Store. But it's not the only way. You can also browse content in the store. Here's how.
Browse Genres/Categories - How to Browse Content at the iTunes Store
Step two in browsing the itunes store: Decide what kind of content you want to browse: music, movies, TV shows, etc. Page 2.
Select Album/Season - How to Browse Content at the iTunes Store
Once you've selected a subgenre, you'll see a listing of the bands and TV shows in that subgenre. Select the one you're interested in. Page 3.
Preview and Buy - How to Browse Content at the iTunes Store
Once you've selected an album or TV show season, you can do all the standard iTunes Store things: listen to or watch previews, buy content, or add it to a shopping cart. Page 4.
Manage iPhone Ringtones - Syncing iPhone Ringtones
To manage what ringtones get synced to your iPhone, click on the Ringtones tab at the top of the window in the iPhone management screen. Page 2.
Assign Ringtones to Contacts on iPhone - Syncing iPhone Ringtones
Once you've added ringtones to your iPhone, you can assign different ringtones to various contacts so that each has a distinct ring when they call. Page 4.
Sync the iPhone - Making iPhone Ringtones Using iTunes 7.4
Once you've finished creating and buying the ringtone, you can add it to your iPhone by syncing the iPhone with your computer. Page 10.
Choose Song to Edit - Making iPhone Ringtones Using iTunes 7.4
To begin creating a ringtone for your iPhone using the built-in iTunes editor, you must begin with choosing the song you want to edit and making sure that it has the ringtones bell icon next to it. Page 2.
Update iTunes Terms of Service - Making iPhone Ringtones Using iTunes 7.4
To enable the built-in ringtone editor in iTunes, you must update your agreement to terms of service built in to iTunes and the iTunes store. Page 3.
iPhone Ringtone Editor Launches - Making iPhone Ringtones Using iTunes 7.4
Once these steps have been taken, the built-in iPhone ringtone editor launches. It will display at the bottom of the window in iTunes and show a series of editing options. Page 4.
Choose Clip Length and Position - Making iPhone Ringtones Using iTunes 7.4
The built-in editor in iTunes allows you to create an iPhone ringtone with settings such as how long the ringtone is, what part of the song the ringtone will come from, and fades in and out. Page 5.
Choose Loop Interval - Making iPhone Ringtones Using iTunes 7.4
Another of the options that the built-in iPhone ringtone editor in iTunes gives you is to determine how long the ringtone waits before repeating. Page 6.
Ringtone Added to Ringtone Menu - Making iPhone Ringtones Using iTunes 7.4
After your iPhone ringtone purchase is complete, your new ringtone will show up in the Ringtones menu at the left of the iTunes window. Page 9.
Select All Items in Your Music Library - Creating iPhone Ringtones From Your iTunes Music Library
To find out what songs in your music library can be made into iPhone ringtones, you just need to sort your music library library and look for the bell icon indicating a ringtone. Page 2.
Enable Ringtones Column - Creating iPhone Ringtones From Your iTunes Music Library
To begin the process of searching for songs in your music library that are eligible to be turn into iPhone ringtones, you'll need to enable the Ringtones column in iTunes. Page 3.
Confirm iPhone Ringtone Check - Creating iPhone Ringtones From Your iTunes Music Library
ITunes will ask you if you want to check which of the songs in your music library is eligible to be turned into an iPhone ringtone. Page 4.
Review Songs - Creating iPhone Ringtones From Your iTunes Music Library
Once you've enabled the ringtones column and asked iTunes to check which songs in your library are eligible to be turned into iPhone ringtones, you should review the the songs that are listed. Page 5.
Sort Songs - Creating iPhone Ringtones From Your iTunes Music Library
To get the easiest view of what songs can be made into iPhone ringtones, click the bell icon for the ringtones at the top of the list and sort the column. Page 6.
How to Redownload Songs from eMusic
One of the key differences between eMusic and the other music download services that work with the iPod is that if you accidentally delete a song from your computer and iPod, but you got it from eMusic, you can redownload it without having to pay for it a second time. No other iPod-compatible download service offers this feature.
Click on "Your Profile" - How to Redownload Songs from eMusic
The second step in redownloading songs from eMusic is to visit your profile at the site. Page 2.
Click on "Downloads" - How to Redownload Songs from eMusic
The third step in redownloading songs from eMusic is to visit your downloads history at the site. Page 3.
Review Your eMusic Downloads - How to Redownload Songs from eMusic
The fourth step in redownloading songs from eMusic is to review all your downloads. Page 4.
Find Songs and Redownload - How to Redownload Songs from eMusic
The final step in redownloading songs at eMusic is to find the song you want and to begin the download process. Page 5.
Best iPod/iPhone Gifts for Travelers?
Road warriors: there's always something that could make your trips easiest or more fun, your bags lighter. Some of those things may be related to the iPod, iPhone, or iPad. I might have covered some of them in the article, but I'm sure you have your own wishlist. Let us know what iPod/iPhone/iPad-related music gifts you've got your eye on.
Your Favorite iPod/iPhone Exercise Gifts?
Fitness fans: there's always something that could make your workouts more fun or your runs lighter - and some of those things have to do with the iPod or iPhone you use while exercising. Let us know what iPod/iPhone/iPad-related exercise gifts you've got your eye on.
What iPod/iPhone/iPad Movie Gifts Do You Want This Holiday Season?
Movie lovers: you've got a wishlist of video-specific gifts you're hoping to unwrap this holiday season. I might have covered some in the previous article, but I'm sure there are a bunch I missed. Let us know what iPod/iPhone/iPad-related movie gifts you've got your eye on.
What iPod/iPhone Music Gifts Do You Want This Holiday Season?
Music lovers: you've got a wishlist of music-related gifts you're hoping to unwrap this holiday season. Some of them may be on the list linked to above, but I bet a lot of them aren't. Let us know what iPod/iPhone/iPad-related music gifts you've got your eye on.
Your Holiday iPod/ iPhone/ iPad Wishlist - Holiday Buying Guide 2013
We'd all love to find an iPod, iPhone, iPad, or accessories for each, inside the wrapping of our gifts this holiday season. Let us know what i-gifts you're hoping for this year. Who knows, Santa may be reading.
Is iPad a Terrible Name for the Apple Tablet?
Almost as soon as the iPad was announced, the jokes started rolling in. It's easy to see why Apple liked the name, but it's also easy to see why so many people are making so much fun of it. What do you think: is the iPad a terrible name? What would you have called Apple's tablet?
A.G. Findings Vandelay iPhone 4 Case Review
While I'm not sold on clipping your cellphone to your belt as a fashion choice, lots of people do. Those people especially, but really anyone looking for an iPhone 4 case, will want to give the Vandelay iPhone 4 case a look, thanks to the versatile protection it offers.
Is AppleCare a Good Deal? - AppleCare Protection Plan
The warranty that comes with iPods and iPhones includes one call to phone support and a year of hardware repairs. For an extra fee, AppleCare will extend phone and repair support for two years. Consumer advocates charge that extended warranties are wasted money that's rarely used, while their defenders cite many examples of instances in which they came in handy
Best iPad Name Jokes - iPad Jokes
Apple's name for its tablet - the iPad - has inspired hundreds, maybe thousands of jokes. From the good to the bad to the tasteless, we've all heard them. Share the best iPad name jokes you've heard here.
Should I Give an iPhone as a Present? - iPod Holiday Buying Guide 2013
An iPhone may seem like a terrific gift, but since it can end up costing the recipient over $1,200, think hard before buying.
Should I Give iPad as a Gift? - iPd Holiday Buying Guide 2013
Deciding whether to give the iPhone as a gift is more complicated than it first appears, but what about the iPad? Is it a simpler gift to give this holiday season?
Can I Give iPhone Apps as Gifts?
When you're looking for a great, quick gift for the iPhone or iPad user in your life, you may think of an app. But is it possible to give apps as gifts?
Your Favorite iPhone eBook App?
When it comes to iPhone apps, there's not just a library of eBooks to choose from, there's a library of apps to buy and read them with. We've selected our favorite iPhone eBook apps, but want to know yours? Where do you get your best reading material for the iPhone?
Is iPhone Voice Control Accurate? - iPhone Voice Control Accuracy
While the iPhone 3GS's voice control feature has proved very accurate when it comes to understand names and dialing the correct numbers, I've found that it's lacking when it comes to understanding the names of artists, albums, or songs. What's your experience? How accurate is Voice Control when it comes to music? And is there anything to do about it?
Is iPhone Voice Control Accurate? - iPhone Voice Control Accuracy
While the iPhone 3GS's voice control feature has proved very accurate when it comes to understand names and dialing the correct numbers, I've found that it's lacking when it comes to understanding the names of artists, albums, or songs. What's your experience? How accurate is Voice Control when it comes to music? And is there anything to do about it? Page 2.
"The app crashes consistently during a run" - User Review: RunKeeper Pro iPhone App
User review of RunKeeper Pro for iPhone:
Kensington Power and Mounting iPhone Car Mount Review
Kensington's Power and Mounting iPhone car mount kit may not suit users looking primarily to secure their iPhone while broadcasting music to their car's stereo. But for users whose primary in-car use of their iPhone is making calls or getting GPS directions, it fits the bill quite nicely.
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Reviews of Apple's second-generation Apple TV set-top box, written by real users.
Anti Drowse Safe Driving App Review
Using an app to stay awake and alert on long car trips is a great idea. Anti Drowse, however, is not a great app and seems more likely to startle a drowsy driver than revive them.
Equanimity iPhone App Review
While I'm not sure that tracking and graphing your meditation practice using consumer electronics is exactly consistent with the philosophy and aims of meditation, Equanimity is a well-designed app that should be useful for the beginning and advanced meditator alike.
Switch iPhone Browser App Review
With the iOS browser space becoming increasingly crowded, browser apps need features that no others have in order to stand out. Switch certainly does: it offers multiple user accounts within the browser, allowing users to have their own bookmark lists and privacy in their browsing histories. Switch isn't yet ready to challenge Safari as the main browser for your iPad, but with some tweaking and fine-tuning, it could be.
Hulu Plus iPhone App Review
The Hulu Plus app is an attractive option to iPhone, iPod, and iPad users because it's the only way to access Hulu content on the iOS. While it offers a solid library and some good features, nagging issues, especially around what shows are available, mean you should look long and hard before subscribing.
Using Cover Flow on iPod and iPhone
CoverFlow was a cool, visual way to browse the music on your iPhone or iPod touch.
"Overall, I am very pleased with the software." - User Review: Senuti
I had to change Macs and discovered my iPod had more tunes and videos on it than those showing in iTunes. I downloaded Senuti for the 30 day free trial, moved all missing tunes videos from my iPod to iTunes without any problem.
Customize iPod/Music App Menus on iPhone
Make the Music App on your iPhone look the way you want by customizing its menus.
Anti Sleep Pilot Drowsy Driving App Review
Anti Sleep Pilot has a laudable goal: to keep drivers awake and alert to prevent accidents. But a number of bugs and a high price will keep it out of most cars.
Runmeter GPS iPhone Running App Review
Runmeter GPS is an excellent iPhone running app that tracks your pace and distance. It also has a host of extra features, including Twitter and Facebook integration, customizable voice prompts, and an automatic email program that sends alerts to your friends or family when you're done running.
Song Exporter Pro iPhone App Review
Song Exporter Pro offers iOS device owners a pretty helpful feature: the ability to copy songs from their device to a desktop computer wirelessly. While it's best used for transferring a small number of files, rather than an entire iTunes library, Song Exporter Pro is worth a look for anyone interested in easy song sharing.
CloudBrowse iPhone Browser App Review
CloudBrowse lets you do something most other iOS browsers don't: use Java and Flash. It does this by accessing web browsers on servers and then streaming those sessions to you. But is a browser not designed for the iOS, and that requires a monthly subscription, a good fit for most users?
CameraBag iPhone Photo App Review
CameraBag is an appealingly simple to use iPhone photo app that lets you apply a number of preloaded filters to images. But with competitors like Instagram and Hipstamatic, how does it stack up?
Instagram iPhone Photography App Review
See how the Instagram app stacks up against other top iPhone photography apps. Instagram combines artistic filters with social networking features so you can create unique pictures and share them with friends.
Fuel Smart Pro App Review
Fuel Smart Pro offers accurate prices and comprehensive listings, but its raw and difficult interface makes it less appealing than other competing apps.
Fuel Finder iPhone App Review
Fuel Finder offers drivers a solid package. While its station and price listings have a few errors, its polished interface and
Rest Stops Plus iPhone Travel App Review
Rest Stops Plus does a good job of helping travelers find nearby rest stops and welcome centers. However, its less-refined interface puts it a half-step behind some of its competitors.
GasBuddy Gas Prices App Review
GasBuddy is a solid gas prices app. It's not as polished as some, and doesn't have quite the degree of accuracy and breadth in its station listings as some apps. On the upside, though, it's free. So, if you don't want to pay for an app, it might merit a look.
2Do iPhone To Do App Review
2Do isn't the cheapest iPhone list app, but it is one of the most stylish. This feature-packed productivity app includes a bevy of features that will help you manage your daily tasks. If your to-do list is out of control, the 2Do app is definitely worth a look.
ToodleDo iPhone To Do App Review
The ToodleDo app is one solution for those who are feeling disorganized. This iPhone list app can make it easier to keep on top of your daily to-do list. ToodleDo offers a streamlined interface, but a confusing priority system makes it a little frustrating to use.
RoadAhead iPhone Travel App Review
RoadAhead helps travelers find gas, food, lodging, and other important resources off the exits near them on highways. But a few bugs keep it from being the perfect travel companion.
iExit iPhone Travel App Review
Travelers are going to love iExit. Not only does it offer comprehensive information about nearby amenities and how to get to them, it offers powerful filtering options to show you only the things you're interested in. Don't leave for your trip without it.
Rest Area iPhone Travel App Review
Rest Area is an app that uses the iPhone's built-in GPS to locate the highway rest stops nearest to you. And while it addresses some of the shortcomings of other apps, will it get you where you need to go?
Rest Area Finder Driving App Review
Rest Area Finder promises to help you find facilities when you need them the most on the highway you're already traveling. But an overly simple and sometimes-confusing interface are definite drawbacks.
Wunderlist Task Manager iPhone To Do App Review
Wunderlist Task Manager is a popular productivity app that enjoys excellent ratings from iTunes users and a nod as an iTunes App of the Week. The app uses cloud computing so you can access your files, to-do lists, and information from anywhere, including the Wunderlist desktop app for Macs and PCs.
TeuxDeux iPhone To Do App Review
TeuxDeux is an interesting entry into the iPhone to do list app space. Its bare bones interface will appeal to minimalist design lovers and those seriously focused on efficiency, but with fewer features than competing apps and a free web version the provides the same functionality, should TeuxDeux be at the top of your list?
Air To-Do iPhone App Review
Air To-Do is another option for keeping track of your to-do list. While it offers a very simple and straightforward interface, Air To-Do is a little too simple for my taste. I appreciate the many sharing options, but the app is missing some important features.
SmartFuel Gas Prices iPhone App Review
SmartFuel uses the iPhone's GPS and an online service to help you find the cheapest nearby gas and track your savings for the year. But since it requires a subscription, is it the best app of its type?
ESPN Radio iPhone App Review
The ESPN Radio iPhone app is a must-download for sports fans. Not only does it offer numerous live sports stations, but you can also catch daily podcasts of popular ESPN shows. Even better, you can listen to it all in the background while doing other things on your iPhone.
U.S. Open iPhone App Review
The official U.S. Open app from the United States Golf Association offers live video coverage for the upcoming tournament, in addition to a detailed course profile and player bios. If you can't stay glued to your television during the U.S. Open, you'll want to check out this new app.
Team RadioShack iPhone Cycling App Review
The Team RadioShack iPhone app is one way to follow the upcoming Tour de France, the 3,600-kilometer race that is set to begin on July 3, 2010. Lance Armstrong, of course, races with Team RadioShack, and the app features exclusive videos from the cycling star and other members of the team.
Yahoo Fantasy Baseball iPhone App Review
The Yahoo! Fantasy Baseball app allows users to manage their fantasy baseball teams right from their iPhone. The app is free and has a slick interface, and Yahoo has rectified the crashing problems that plagued last year's version. However, the app still has limited functionality.
MLB.com At Bat iPhone App Review
Baseball season is underway and what better way to celebrate than with a new iPhone app? The MLB.com At Bat app is one option for baseball fans who want to track every minute of the upcoming season. The free baseball app is a pretty fantastic value, but I'm skeptical about paying $15 for the paid version.
CBS Sports March Madness Basketball App Review
The CBS Sports March Madness App promises to offer live streaming video of every NCAA tournament game. While watching March Madness on your iPhone or iPod touch sounds like a great idea, does this pricey NCAA app deliver?
imo Instant Messaging iPhone IM App Review
Instant messaging apps are a streamlined solution for keeping in touch with friends on various social networks. The imo instant messaging app is very easy to use and takes only minutes to set up with multiple accounts.
Twitter for iPhone App Review
Tweetie was one of the most popular iPhone Twitter apps, but many wondered what would happen when the app was acquired by Twitter. Well, now we know -- Tweetie is now the official Twitter app, but the switch didn't come with many changes.
TweetDeck iPhone App Review
TweetDeck is just one of many iPhone Twitter apps, but it sets itself apart from the competition. Not only is it free, but TweetDeck also has a slick interface that makes it easy to manage multiple Twitter accounts and post quick tweets on the go. Overall, TweetDeck for iPhone is a great value.
Uface for iPhone App Review
The Uface iPhone app helps you make realistic hand-drawn avatars for your social-networking sites. Uface is a tad expensive, but the app is fun to use and provides a great way to add some excitement to a boring avatar.
Gowalla iPhone App Review
Gowalla is one of many location-based social networking apps for the iPhone. If you like to tell your friends where you are and discover new things to do your city, the Gowalla app might be for you.
Meebo iPhone IM App Review
Meebo is one of many chat apps in the iTunes store, but it sets the standard. See why this social networking iPhone app is the one to beat when it comes to instant messaging and chatting.
Amazon Mobile iPhone Shopping App Review
Amazon.com is the king of online shopping sites, so how does Amazon Mobile (Free) stack up against other iPhone shopping apps? With a number of neat features, the Amazon Mobile app makes it easy to shop for pretty much anything -- right from your iPhone or iPod touch.
Shop Nearby by TheFind iPhone Shopping App Review
Are you sick of driving to several different stores to locate a hard-to-find item? Shop Nearby by TheFind app offers an easier way by locating products at nearby stores. The app isn't perfect, but it does a better job than some competitors.
SnapTell iPhone Shopping App Review
SnapTell is a book lovers' dream. By taking a picture of the cover of any book (or CD or video game), the SnapTell app pulls up ratings, user reviews, and price comparisons. It works ridiculously well and has become my constant companion at the bookstore.
Coupon Sherpa iPhone Shopping App Review
Many big retailers offer coupons or discounts that can help you save money in these tough economic times. Finding these coupons, however, can be time consuming. Coupon Sherpa aims to take the hassle out the process by compiling Internet coupons into one convenient location.
Ringtone Star iPhone Ringtone App Review
If you like musical ringtones, Ringtone Star should be at the top of your list. Not only does this app allow you to create ringtones from your existing iPod library, but you can also create customized ringtones from music videos.
Caller ID Ringtones App Review
Caller ID Ringtones is an excellent ringtone app with a twist. Instead of creating ringtones from your music, this app includes thousands of names and relationships so you can hear exactly who is calling.
HD Ringtone Creator Unlimited iPhone Ringtone App Review
HD Ringtone Creator Unlimited is another option for creating customized ringtones from your existing music. Like some other apps, HD Ringtone Creator Unlimited also allows you to record your own ringtones.
RingtonesX iPhone Ringtone App Review
If you want new ringtones without making them yourself from your existing music, RingtonesX is worth a look. While the app advertises up to 50,000 hits, there is a big asterisk next to that claim.
Ringtone Maker iPhone Ringtone App Review
Apps like Ringtone Maker (US$0.99) help you transform your existing music library into customized iPhone ringtones. The interface is a little flashy, but Ringtone Maker gets the job done well.
Myxer iPhone Ringtone App Review
Myxer Ringtones is one ringtone app worth downloading. Not only can you create custom ringtones from your own music, but you can also choose from a catalog of existing ringtones.
RingTunes iPhone Ringtone App Review
Apps like RingTunes are one solution for creating iPhone ringtones from your existing music library. RingTunes gets the job done with minimal hassle, but it is overpriced compared to other ringtone apps.
Ringtone Wizard Pro iPhone Ringtone App Review
Ringtone Wizard is one of many iPhone apps that help you create ringtones from your existing music library. Although it works well overall, I found it easier to edit my ringtones with Ringtone Designer Pro.
Ringtone Designer Pro iPhone Ringtone App Review
Ringtone Designer Pro is a nifty app that allows you to create unlimited ringtones for your iPhone. This app has several cool features that make it worth downloading, including the ability to create your own audio recordings.
Strawberries iPhone Recipe App Review
The Strawberries app comes from the California Strawberry Commission to help promote this very delicious fruit. I put it to the test against favorites like the Whole Foods Recipe app or How to Cook Everything.
SparkRecipes iPhone Recipe App Review
If you like a lot of variety in your recipe apps, Healthy Recipes by SparkRecipes may be right up your alley. This extensive app includes nearly 200,000 user-submitted recipes, but does SparkRecipes set itself apart in this competitive category?
Simply Organic Recipe App Review
The Simply Organic recipe app focuses on helping you serve wholesome, healthy meals. With hundreds of recipes and helpful cooking tips, Simply Organic has the potential to be a great recipe app.
Mario Batali Cooks iPhone Recipe App Review
Mario Batali Cooks is an excellent iPhone recipe app. With over 60 exclusive Italian recipes and step-by-step videos and photos, the Mario Batali Cooks app definitely deserves a download. There's also plenty of extra information about wine, recipe pairings, and basic kitchen techniques.
VeganYumYum iPhone Recipe App Review
VeganYumYum is one of the most popular vegan blogs around. Not only does the creator, Lauren Elm, have a new cookbook, but she also has a recipe app called VeganYumYum Mobile. If you are clueless about vegan food, VeganYumYum's detailed instructions will have you chowing down in no time.
BigOven 170,000 Recipes iPhone Recipe App Review
BigOven is a pretty intriguing option among the many iPhone recipe apps you can download at the iTunes store. It has more than 170,000 individual recipes, so BigOven may have more recipes than any other iPhone app. However, some basic features require a paid subscription.
Epicurious Recipes App Review
Unlike many iPhone recipe apps, Epicurious offers thousands of recipes without costing you anything. The Epicurious app has plenty of drool-worthy recipes, but they could be displayed in a better way. We also found a small glitch in the shopping list, which leads to a lower rating.
Whole Foods Market Recipes App Review
For a free recipe app, Whole Foods Market Recipes (Free) includes a good amount of content. The app has a solid collection of recipes, and features like a shopping list and the ability to search by ingredients you already have on hand make Whole Foods one of the top iPhone recipe apps.
Jamie Oliver 20 Minute Meals iPhone Recipe Review
Jamie Oliver's 20 Minute Meals is an excellent recipe app for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. It combines a gorgeous interface with detailed, step-by-step pictures for each recipe. Other benefits include helpful how-to videos and an integrated shopping list.
What's Your Favorite Feature of iOS 5?
What's your favorite feature of Apple's iOS 5 operating system for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad?
How Many iPods Have You Owned?
Buying your first iPod often leads to a second, a third, and sometimes even a fourth. When you've really enjoyed the iPod, you often don't go back. But this faithfulness can often mean owning a large number of iPods over the years. Let us know how many iPods you've owned, and what models you've enjoyed.
VegWeb Vegan iPhone Recipe App Review
The VegWeb Vegan Recipe Finder app has more than 13,000 recipes, so it has the potential to be a great recipe app for vegans and vegetarians. While the quantity of recipes is impressive, the VegWeb app is just too glitchy to earn a recommendation right now.
How to Cook Everything iPhone Recipe App Review
The How to Cook Everything iPhone app is a must-download for those who need a little help in the kitchen or those who want a handheld database of mouthwatering recipes. Based on the book How to Cook Everything by Mark Bittman, this iPhone recipe app has lots of nifty features.
8tracks Radio iPhone Radio App Review
The 8tracks Radio app is unique in the world of iPhone music apps. It features user-submitted online music mixes to help you find and discover new music, but how do
Dark Horse Comics iPhone App Review
Of all the major publishers, Dark Horse came to the digital comics game the latest. But it was worth the wait. Dark Horse's app is polished and offers bundles and deals that no other major publisher has yet to rival.
Spotify for iPhone Review
While the Spotify service itself is likely to appeal to most music lovers, iPhone and iPod touch users will be most interested in how the app works on the iOS. Is Spotify a worthy replacement for other streaming music apps or even the built-in music app?
Iheartradio iPhone Radio App Review
Iheartradio is one option for listening to radio stations directly on your iPhone or other OS device. The developer, Clear Channel, is one of the powerhouses in radio, so iheartradio has the potential to be a standout app. But does it have what it takes to make our list of the best free music apps?
Rhapsody iPhone Music App Review
Rhapsody is a unique subscription service that provides access to more than 11 million songs in a variety of genres. The free app allows you to check out a free rial of Rhapsody to see if a subscription will work for you. So is Rhapsody a no-brainer for iPhone users or is a free Internet radio app a better choice?
Shazam iPhone App Review
If you know your comic books, you know that
Slacker Radio iPhone App Review
Slacker Radio is a free radio app that provides access to over 130 preprogrammed radio stations. Slacker is up against some tough competition from the likes of Pandora and Last.fm, but -- with the exception of a few crashes here and there -- it holds its own against the other free radio apps.
Daytrotter iPhone App Review
Hidden amongst the bigger-name free music apps for the iPhone and other iOS device is Daytrotter, a completely free archive of hundreds of mini concerts indie bands both big name and obscure. The price is right, of course, but does Daytrotter have what it takes to make it into our list of the best free music apps?
Mixamajig iPhone App Review
The Mixamajig app is guaranteed to entertain kids -- not to mention adults -- with its unique mix-and-match fun. It has a fun premise that is just entertaining, which is just what you want from an iPhone game.
Green Grocer iPhone Grocery App Review
Green Grocer is one of many grocery apps that you can use to organize multiple shopping lists. It does a good job on the basics, but you can get better value from a number of lower-priced apps.
GroceryList iPhone Grocery App Review
GroceryList does a good job of organizing your shopping lists, but there are few extra features in this pricey app. Can its easy-to-use interface overcome a lack of common features?
Shopper iPhone Grocery App Review
Shopper is one of my favorite grocery list apps. It includes a large item database, functional barcode scanner, and many unique features that set it apart from the competition.
Grocery Gadget iPhone Grocery App Review
Grocery Gadget has a host of features that make it easy to manage multiple grocery and shopping lists. It looks nice and is relatively easy to use, but can it beat it out similar apps that are available for less?
Gazelle GPS iPhone Running App Review
The Gazelle GPS Workout Tracker app takes ease of use to a new level with an incredibly simple interface that anyone can figure out. We put the Gazelle GPS app to the test against other popular iPhone running apps.
Disney World Maps and More iPhone Disney App Review
The Disney World Maps and More Box Set includes maps for all the major attractions at Walt Disney World. With GPS location support and wait times, the Maps and More app has the potential to be very useful for your next trip. So how does it measure up?
Mouse Memo Disney World iPhone App Review
The Mouse Memo iPhone app is one way to organize your next trip to Walt Disney World. Planning a trip to Disney World involves a lot of planning -- flights, hotels, rental cars, and restaurant reservations, just to name of few. Of course, this generates a lot of paperwork and confirmation numbers to take with you. Mouse Memo consolidates it all right on your iPhone.
Walt Disney World Guide Notescast iPhone App Review
Throw away your old guidebooks, because the Walt Disney World Guide Notescast contains nearly everything you need for your next trip. With over 300 pages of information, numerous photos, and plenty of helpful resources -- all accessible without an Internet connection -- the Disney World Notescast iPhone app is a must for your visit to the Disney theme parks.
Disney World Dining iPhone App Review
There are hundreds of restaurants throughout the Disney World resort. Not sure where to eat? The Disney World Dining iPhone app simplifies the process of choosing a restaurant with full menus and prices for more than 150 dining establishments throughout the park. You won't go hungry with this app!
FoodScanner iPhone Diet App Review
With the FoodScanner app, you can scan UPC barcodes to quickly and easily add foods to your diet log. The scanner works remarkably well, but is FoodScanner a better deal than other weight loss apps that are available for free? About.com takes an in-depth look.
Diet2Go iPhone App Review
Diet2Go is an iPhone weight loss app that includes details and meal plans for dozens of different diets. See if this diet app is right for you in this hands-on review from About.com.
Weightbot iPhone Diet App Review
Weightbot is one of my favorite weight loss apps. Not only is it ridiculously easy to use, but it can also quickly show you if your weight is trending up or down. It also automatically calculates your BMI.
DC Comics iPhone App Review
DC Comics was the last of the major publishers to jump on the app bandwagon, but they finally joined the club with the release of the new DC Comics app. Users of Comics by ComiXology will already be familiar with the app, since ComiXology powers the DC Comics app as well.
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Users review the Mophie Juice Pack, an extended, external battery for the iPhone, based on their experiences.
User Reviews of Belkin TuneCast Auto Live iPhone FM Transmitter
Users review the Belkin TuneCast Auto Live, an FM transmitter that lets you play music from an iPhone or iPod to your car stereo.
iVerse Comics iPhone App Review
The iVerse Comics app takes everything we like about the IDW app and makes it even better. The app features a variety of comic publishers and the download process goes much smoother. After testing a number of comic apps, iVerse quickly became a favorite.
Marvel Comics iPhone App Review
The Marvel iPhone app includes many popular comic series, including Wolverine, X-Men, Captain America, and Amazing Spider-Man. While the Marvel comics app offers a fantastic reading experience, the developers still have a few kinks to work out.
Opera iPhone Browser App Review
The Opera Mini Browser is the first real alternative to the iPhone's Safari browser. Even though it doesn't support Flash and has some weird zooming issues, the Opera Mini Browser is fast. This new app finally gives users a choice when it comes to mobile web browsing on their iPhones.
Apple iBooks App Review
Apple launched its iBooks e-reader app in conjunction with the iPad, but it is now available for the iPhone and iPod touch as well. Given the large number of ebook apps available for the iPhone, how does iBooks stack up?
Pocket Cocktails iPhone App Review
Pocket Cocktails is one iPhone recipe app that offers full-size photos of every cocktail, making it easy to see what you're making. It also has a separate section specifically for summer cocktails, making it a great app for summer parties and bbqs.
MSNBC iPhone App Review
The MSNBC iPhone news app has a good amount of news coverage in a very colorful package. While it contains lots of videos, blogs, and articles, the numerous ads in the MSNBC app can be overwhelming.
Los Angeles Times iPhone News App Review
The Los Angeles Times has completely redesigned its news app, and the new version is now available for download in the iTunes store. There are several good choices among iPhone news apps, so the LA Times app faces some stiff competition.
iFitness iPhone App Review
iFitness is one of many iPhone fitness apps that can help you build muscle or drop pounds. Thanks to its extensive database of strength-training exercises, this is one app that deserves a spot on your iPhone.
Air Display iPad & iPhone App Review
Recent productivity studies have shown that adding a second monitor to your computer can increase your productivity. While the promise of increased productivity may be appealing, not everyone wants to spend the money for a second monitor. But if you've already got an iPad or iPhone, and a spare $10, you can have a second monitor using Air Display.
Bento iPhone App Review
The Bento app revolves around a variety of templates that help you organize pretty much all aspects of your life. From diet logs to business expenses to to-do lists, Bento covers all the bases.
Genius Scan App for the iPhone Review
The Genius Scan app is one solution for managing small documents on the go, including receipts, business cards, or memos. Instead of carrying these papers with you, Genius Scan converts them into a picture so you can email them to yourself.
Dragon Dictation iPhone App Review
Dragon Dictation is one of those iPhone apps that will impress you -- not only can it recognize your words, but it will transcribe them with lightening speed. You can use Dragon Dictation to transcribe emails, messages, or even tweets.
Articles Wikipedia App for iPhone Review
Articles is a sleek and stylish way to get Wikipedia content right on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. It is a great reference app to have on hand if you often use Wikipedia.
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