Oct 04, 2017 It's just music, TV Shows, Movies, Podcasts, and Audiobooks. Has iTunes removed the App store from iTunes on PC's and laptops. Try the Apple Configurator 2. Not sure how tiny it is, but is will allow managing apps, screens etc. As iTunes did. Apple Configurator 2 on the Mac App Store. Apple Configurator - Official Apple Support. In the iTunes app on your Mac, choose Music from the pop-up menu at the top left, then click Library. To play a song in your iTunes library, double-click it, or select it and click the Play button (or use the Touch Bar). Do any of the following: Turn shuffle on or off: Click the Shuffle button.
iTunes comes on your iPad, and it helps organize media — music, movies, audiobooks, podcasts, and such. Install iTunes on your computer, and use it to sync (transfer) downloaded content to your iPad. You can also use iTunes to sync your contact data, appointments, e-mail messages, notes, photos, bookmarks, and computer apps on your computer with your iPad.
Setup the iTunes app on your computer so that it syncs only the stuff you want transferred from your computer to your iPad.
1Open your iTunes software.
On a Windows computer, choose Start→All Programs→iTunes; on a Mac, click the iTunes icon in the Dock. iTunes opens and your iPad is listed in the Devices section of the Source List on the left.
2Click on your iPad in the Devices list on the left.
A series of tabs displays. The settings on each tab allow you to select the kind of content you want to download and whether you want to download it automatically (when you sync) or manually.
3Click each tab and make your selections from the settings options that appear.
On the Summary tab, you can select when updates to the iPad software occur, and set general syncing options. On the Info tab, select whether to sync Contacts, Calendars, E-mail, Bookmarks, or Notes. On the Apps tab, select which computer applications want synched to your iPad.
The Music tab controls which music is synched. The Movies, TV Shows, Podcasts, and Books tabs work similarly. On the Photos tab, you can specify which photo folders are synched to your iPad.
4After making selections, click the Sync button.
You’ll find the Sync button in the bottom right corner of the window. When you click it, the specified files are synched (transferred) from your computer to the iPad.
Whether you’re a fan of podcasts, music, or just have a lot of little audio files that you’ve accumulated (from voice memos on an iPhone, for example), you may want to listen to those files without adding them to your iTunes Library. Today we’ll look at a few ways to do this.
Playing the files in iTunes without adding them to iTunes Library
Our first method involves using iTunes to play the audio file, but without adding the file to the iTunes Library. Here’s how to accomplish this task:
1) Launch iTunes on the Mac
2) In the Finder, locate the audio file you wish to listen to
3) Hold down the Option key on the Mac keyboard, then drag and drop the audio file into iTunes.
This process adds the audio file to the iTunes playlist for listening, but doesn’t copy the file to the iTunes media library. This works through the creation of an alias (soft link) between iTunes and the original location of the file on the Mac. At any time, it’s possible to remove the file from the iTunes playlist by right-clicking the “song”, then selecting Delete from Library from the pop-up menu. From the menu bar, this can be done by selecting Song > Delete from Library, or you can also highlight the file by clicking on it, then press the Delete key.
The next two methods are even better — they don’t use iTunes to play the file in the first place.
Use QuickTime Player on the Mac
QuickTime Player is one of the most versatile video and audio apps on the Mac, playing back a variety of file formats without needing to use iTunes. Let’s say you’ve shared a voice memo on your iPhone to your Mac using AirDrop. Here’s how you can listen to it in QuickTime, avoiding iTunes:
1) Launch QuickTime Player from the Applications folder
2) Drag and drop the audio file onto the QuickTime Player Dock icon or into the QuickTime app
3) Click the play button (it’s the right-facing triangle in the image below)
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One useful thing to remember is that QuickTime Player lets you play your files in the background while other work is being done on the Mac. This can be useful if you need to manually transcribe a voice memo.
There another way to play audio files in QuickTime Player from the Finder: Right-click on the file, then select Open with QuickTime Player.
Use Quick Look on the Mac
The last method is even easier, and is perfect when you just need to listen to the sound file once.
1) From the Finder, locate the audio file you wish to listen to
2) Click once on the audio file to select it, then press the space bar on the Mac keyboard
3) The Quick Look preview window appears (see screenshot below) and plays the audio file automatically. Once again, you can quickly move to another window on the Mac to do work and Quick Look continues to play the audio file.The Quick Look preview window, playing an MP4 file
As with QuickTime Player, there’s another way to play audio files in Quick Look from the Finder: Select the file, then press Command-I (Get Info) on the keyboard. In the info window that appears, click the Play button listed under “Preview”.
There are other ways to play audio files on your Mac without using iTunes, including the use of free player apps like VLC or using the afplay command from Terminal. Do you have a preferred method of listening to audio files that doesn’t use iTunes? Let us know in the comments section.
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