A good tutorial I am told is get tuned into iTunes byeBrian Hartgen which cost
around £40 and covers iTunes from the basics to more advanced topics using the
jaw screen meter. If you’re interested, you could go out to his website at
Hartgen.org. Hope this helps.
On 26 May 2018, at 17:34, Iain Lackie <iainlackie@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:N�^j����b��%��(��^�i�v&�z\��Yh�)��)䙨����q�,�Jު笵��zX���+�˛��-
I can't recommend any iTunes tutorial. I only really use iTunes to get tracks
I add myself into my Cloud library.My experience is that using Apple Music or
iTunes Match is the best way of ensuring that my music library is available
on my mobile devices. ow is a cost, but an iTunes Match subscription is only
something like £22 a year and you can have up to 100,000 songs in your
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Does anyone have a tutorial on ITunes. I have in the past had problems with
the above as my Library keeps disappearing and I feel as though I am going
around in circles attempting to put it right.
To this end I am considering not using ITunes for my music. Can anyone
suggest an accessible tablet so I can simply cut and paste my music to it.
I love my IPhone and intent to continue with that. I get that many blind
people do not have issues with ITunes but I cannot get my head around it. I
consider myself an average PC user so I appeal in desperation.
Look forward to comments and assistance.
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