On i Phone and i Pad, the i Tunes Store and App Store apps are updated automatically with system updates.
Music in the store is in the Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) format, which is the MPEG-4-specified successor to MP3.
Originally, songs were only available with DRM and were encoded at 128 kbit/s.
It’s perfect for anyone who uses multiple Macs, and Super Sync also has a bunch of other tricked-out features ...
Super Sync will even allow you to sync libraries cross-platform.” “Super Sync is a breeze to install and set-up.
To regain some room to breathe, I decided to move my collections to an external drive.
If the problem is only moving everything inside the i Tunes folder to the external drive, a simple cut and paste would solve it. Nobody wants to re-fill hundreds (or thousands) of song information, re-assign all the ratings, re-paste all lyrics and re-hunt for the cover art.
Super Sync does have lots of options, and you'll need to spend some time in the app to understand how to tap its full potential. Super Sync's unique library viewer lets you see two libraries at the same time.
But once you do, you'll be impressed with how much you can accomplish.” Super Sync gives you all the features and capabilities you need to seamlessly and effortlessy manage your i Tunes libraries, regardless of how many you have or how large they are. With just a glance, you can easily tell if a track is in your local i Tunes library, a remote i Tunes library, or synchronized and in both i Tunes libraries just by looking at the tracks color coding.
OSX: ~ / Music / i Tunes / i Tunes Media / Automatically Add to i Tunes / Windows: C:\Users\Your Username\Music\i Tunes\i Tunes Media\Automatically Add to i Tunes\).