This week's column focuses on questions about Apple's online music storage service.
By mastering a few simple tricks you can use OS X's Spotlight to locate exactly what you need.
iTunes is probably among the most used apps on your Mac, and there are several ways it could provide a better experience.
Summer's almost here and many readers have questions about taking music from iTunes and playing it in other devices. Kirk McElhearn has the answers.
Apple added new features to Spotlight when the company released Yosemite. Here's how you use those features to your advantage.
If you use Ulysses on the Mac, you'll like the iPad version--until it's time to sync your files.
iTunes is too frustrating to use for tagging files. Metadatics has a better set of features and is easier to use.
Ways to handle linear notes in iTunes. Plus: album artwork in WAV files, song title capitalization, playlist management, and shopping the iTunes Store on an old Mac.
iPods are still rocking in the free world, and Kirk McElhearn has advice for keeping them from burning out or fading away.
If you run a website, there may come a time when you want to move it to a different host. Here’s how to pull it off without a hitch, and move your personal email too.
Hey, Cortana! Kirk McElhearn gave up his iPhone for more than a month to see if the grass is greener on Windows Phone.
Apple should bring the simple, readable interface from the Apple Watch's Activity app to the confusing Health app for iPhone.
How to slim down your library by offloading files, to save space on your Mac or keep Genius Mixes from finding them.
Withings' sleep system emits lights to help you fall asleep and wake up, and tracks your shut-eye with underbed sensors. But is it helpful enough to earn a place in your bedroom?
How to combine playlists, fix album art, and make smart playlists that do exactly what you want.