How to – Get Started with iTunes 10 and Ping [SCREENSHOT TOUR]

Steve Jobs launched iTunes 10 and Ping (a social network for music) yesterday. iTunes 10 is available for download today and the social network for music can be accessed from within iTunes. We have put together some pictures and information that will help you get started with Ping and shows you what’s new in iTunes 10.

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Make an Audiobook out of MP3 Files

Converter

Do you have audiobooks which are in MP3 format and are in parts? Sometimes, you get such MP3 files and want to add them to your iPod but they behave as normal songs and don’t remember where you last left them. To use the MP3 files as an audiobook and to get the most out of the audiobook features of your iPod, here is a simple tool that is free of cost.

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How to – Stop iOS 4 from Archiving Mails

Mail Archive iOS4

Most of you who use Gmail in iOS 4 would have noticed that whenever you delete a mail from your Gmail account in iOS 4, the message says Archive and not Delete. Archiving is a feature used by Gmail. Whenever you delete a mail from your Gmail account, it archives it – sends it to your All Mail folder instead of deleting it which makes your inbox less cluttered and the archived mail remains in your mail for six years.

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How To – Convert your iPhone into an iPad (Proselytization Series)

For those of you, who have not got the iPad yet but already own an iPhone or iPod touch, here’s how you could emulate the iPad and make your iPod touch or iPhone feel the same.

To do this, you MUST have a jailbroken iPhone. Just follow the below mentioned steps and in no time at all, your iPhone would feel like an iPad.

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How To Upload Pictures from Picasa or iPhoto to Facebook

Facebook is almost used by everybody. And by everybody, we mean everybody. Managed Security Services company Network Box discovered in a recent study that Facebook was twice as popular as Google in the Workplace. This itself justifies the above statement. We use Facebook to share pictures with our friends and family and it has become a great place to get connected.

Mostly, Google Picasa and iPhoto are two great Applications which Windows and Mac users use for all their photo shop requirements. They store pictures, edit them, email them and share them. Unfortunately, none of them has a particular button which would allow us to share our pictures on Facebook. But the Facebook developers have catered to this need and two applications would now help us achieve the above task.

Google Picasa – Picasa Uploader – Now allows you to share your pictures from Picasa and upload them to Facebook. It adds a button to your Picasa dock. Clicking it would require you to log in to Facebook, select the picture and chose an album in which you want to upload the picture to, approve it and then you’re done. It is quite a handy little Application. It runs on both Windows and Mac.

iPhoto – Facebook exporter for iPhoto – This is a free plugin that allows you to export your albums and pictures to Facebook and share them. It adds a Facebook Tab in iPhoto’s Export Panel. Select the pictures and with a click, you would be good to go. One great thing about Facebook Exporter for iPhoto is that it allows you to tag your friends using the same quick-and-easy interface found on Facebook. Click on someone in your photo, then select from a list of your friends. It requires iPhoto 5 or later to operate.

This “How To” is quite common and most of you would already be using it. However, since it is of immense use to all of us, we are featuring it.