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.
Eliminate ads, Flash animations, and other scourges of the Internet from view with these useful tools.
Those frustrated with DiskWarrior's inability to deal with large volumes can now rejoice. DiskWarrior 5 goes 64-bit and adds new (and welcome) features.
If you're a fan of both foreign films and ripping the DVDs you own that contain subtitles, Kirk McElhearn offers this must-read guide.
Kirk McElhearn returns to discuss removing iTunes Radio, the loss of the old Info window, changing tags, and artist name sorting.
Hopefully the Apple Watch will do better than most of the trackers we have now, which offer pretty graphs and not much else.
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.