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How to tell if iOS and Mac apps are eligible for Family Sharing

Before you download an app from the Mac or iOS App Store, you can see if it's eligible for Family Sharing. Here's how.

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How to manage your iTunes account on your iPhone and iPad

You can turn automatic downloads on or off, or even switch iTunes accounts on your iPhone and iPad!

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How to use multiple iPhone or iPad devices with one computer

If you and your family share the same computer but each have different content on your iPhone or iPad, you can still sync without getting things mixed up.

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How to get a refund for iTunes or App Store purchases

If you experience a problem with music, movies, TV shows, books, or apps you purchase from iTunes or the App Store you can request a refund directly from Apple. You'll need to have a valid reason for the request—it's not meant to be a way to get free trials or short term use—and it can take some time to process, but it is there to help make sure you get what you pay for and don't end up paying for anything you didn't want.

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How to use iTunes Wi-Fi Sync with iPhone and iPad

Who has the time to sit at their computer while their iPhone or iPad syncs with iTunes? Just get on the same Wi-Fi network and do it wirelessly! Here's how!

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How to sync your iPhone or iPad to iTunes

Master the methods of syncing your iPhone or iPad to your Mac or PC using iTunes.

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How to use Apple Music on the Mac

Getting started with iTunes, the media manager for Mac that started it all!

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How to use the player and mini player in iTunes

iTunes used to be about the music and, in many ways, it still is. Even with all the other media types and device management thrown in, iTunes still provides plenty of music playing functionality, including a player and two sizes of mini player. As with all things iTunes, however, the functionality is layered and buried to an almost impenetrable degree. Here's how to use it!

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How to find and sort your music in iTunes

If you're new to the Mac—or just new to iTunes—then there's a lot to get get familiar with. iTunes was originally a music player that could also rip CDs. Over time, Apple added the iTunes Music Store and the ability to sync music to the iPod. It was ported to Windows. The ability to play video and purchase movies and TV shows was added. Podcasts were added. Audiobooks. The ability to buy apps and sync with iPhones and iPads. iTunes Match. And, most recently, Apple Music, including Connect and Beats 1 radio. iTunes is a monster of an app because it has a monster of a job. Here's a quick tour!

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How to set up and start using iTunes on Mac

If you're new to the Mac—or simply new to iTunes—we're here to help get you started! iTunes on the Mac lets you manage all your music, movies, TV shows, podcasts, and more. It also lets you buy media from the iTunes Store and even stream songs from Apple Music and Beats 1 radio. Before you can get started, however, you need to first sign up or sign in, both to iTunes proper and to any extra services you might want. Here's how!

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