iTunes is a rich and feature-packed music management application, but that doesn’t mean there’s not room for improvement. Some simple changes and additional features can make the application even better.
iTunes only supports MP4 and QuickTime format video files. We demonstrate how to use trusted free, open source, and cross-platform software to convert video files into formats recognized by iTunes.
You literally bought into iTunes and wish it could do more. Install the Tune Sweeper plugin to add album art and track information or remove duplicate files and orphaned data. Free with MakeUseOf Rewards.
With my head held low with shame, I publicly admitted last week that I’m a digital hoarder. My once blazingly fast Mac is now left with just 100GB of a 1TB drive left. I’ve already shifted all my downloads onto a NAS, but now I’m left with a legacy of nearly 20,000 photos and MP3s, which together add up to at least 200GB of space. There is a better way to store your media that doesn’t involve using all the space on your local hard drive – using either network storage, or an external drive.