Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Store overview, part of Learning iTunes 12.
- In this chapter of movies, we're gonna…take a look at the iTunes Store,…which is the online store Apple launched…way back in 2003.…Originally, the store only sold music,…but these days you can now buy TV shows,…audiobooks, you can rent and purchase full length movies,…As well as buy apps for iOS devices…and subscribe to podcasts, all through…the iTunes Store over the internet.…You don't need any other special applications or websites.…The iTunes Store is built right into iTunes.…And with the exception of movies you can rent,…everything you pay for in the iTunes Store…is content you then own.…
Meaning it's copied into your iTunes Library…where you can then listen to…or watch it at anytime you like.…There's no subscription service…with a monthly fee or anything like that.…Now using the Store is not a necessary part of using iTunes.…You can still import, manage, and play…all of your content in iTunes…without ever once visiting the Store.…But the Store is a very convenient place…to find new music and videos to play on your computer,…
- Differences between the Mac and Windows versions of iTunes
- Using the playback controls
- Importing music and videos
- Consolidating your library
- Finding duplicate songs
- Playing music, playlists, and radio
- Sharing and streaming content
- Purchasing content from the iTunes Store
Skill Level Beginner
Speeding Up and Maintaining Your Macwith Nick Brazzi1h 32m Beginner
1. iTunes Interface
2. Importing Media
3. Managing Your Library
4. Playing Your Content
5. Sharing and Streaming Content
6. iTunes Store
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