This tactical strategy game takes serious skill to master. Let these apps be your guide.
iTunes Guy Kirk McElhearn returns to discuss three issues: Naming live performances that span sets and dates, adding iTunes Match content to an old iPod, and the purpose of two iTunes columns.
With no followers or friend lists, Plague spreads content among anyone nearby—talk about going viral.
If Apple really wants to control the whole experience of using an iPhone, it's time to consider becoming an MVNO.
Kirk McElhearn returns as The iTunes Guy to address questions of joined tracks, high-resolution Apple Lossless files and iOS devices, and the workings of lyrics in iTunes.
If you just got back from CES – or are exhausted from reading about it – use these apps to unwind this weekend.
Waltr can put unsupported formats like FLAC, AVI, and MKV on your iOS device, right in the Music and Videos apps where you'd want 'em.
Kirk McElhearn starts the new year by answering your iTunes-related questions.
iTunes Guy Kirk McElhearn finds syncing between iTunes and iOS devices frustrating--and he's not alone. Read his top beefs (and what you can do about them),
There's clearly a problem, but no one company deserves all the blame.
iTunes Guy Kirk McElhearn returns to address issues of absent ringtones, the problem with multiple Apple IDs, and naughty radio.
Put your contact info on your lock screen and hope someone decent finds it.
Kirk McElhearn returns to discuss all things iTunes including ripping CDs when you Mac doesn't have a CD player, syncing both iTunes Match and local music, and TV show playback options.
Brain-training apps keep your mind active and are pretty fun to boot.
If you're willing to pay a premium for convenience, this monitor works with at least three apps, although the Health app's interface didn't wow us.