Apple Music brought many changes to iTunes, and that means you have lots of questions.
Remember when iTunes used to be about playing music? It's evolved into a mess of an app for selling Apple's media services.
If you're meticulous about your music library, you should seriously consider not upgrading to iTunes 12.2 until the quirks are fixed.
Don't understand how iTunes Match, Apple Music, and iCloud Music Library work together? Here are the differences of these music services from Apple.
Apple Music, obviously. But there are several other changes you may have missed.
When you're looking at a bunch of .m4a files, how can you separate the lossy from the lossless? Kirk McElhearn has the answer to this and more of your questions.
These scales can track your weight, body fat percentage, and more, and you can access the data on the Web or through an iOS app.
A clean, easy to use outliner, one for people who don’t need the bells and whistles of more complicated tools.
How to replace artwork on Audible audiobooks, organizing audiobooks, how to replaces your old 128 kbps iTunes files, and more.
Stop swiping all over your iPhone and iPad. Spotlight can help you do what you want to do on your device.
Overwhelmed by notifications? Here's how to control which notifications you receive on your Apple Watch and how to work with them.
Spotlight searches in OS X Yosemite's Finder comes with tools to hone your searches and help you find what you need.
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.