Using iTunes Match to keep music updated on multiple devices


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Using iTunes Match to keep music updated on multiple devices

Not terribly long ago, if you purchased music from the iTunes store and then lost that music for one reason or another, Apple was within its rights to say, sorry dude, you should've backed it up, and left it at that. That's no longer the case thanks to a new service called iTunes in the Cloud that allows you to re-download any music or TV shows you've purchased from the iTunes store. Of course, this requires that you have an Apple ID and that you have purchased music or TV episodes from the iTunes store. Let's see how this works. Tap on the iTunes Store app, and in the screen that appears tap Purchased at the bottom of the screen.

By default, you see a list of artists representing artists whose work you've purchased at the left side of the screen. Tap on an artist's name, and on the right side of the screen you will see all the tracks by that artist that you've purchased from the iTunes store. Now these are not currently on the iPad. I've purchased them, but ...

Using iTunes Match to keep music updated on multiple devices
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Using iTunes Match to keep music updated on multiple devices provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the iPad Tips and Tricks (2010)

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