The perfect full–color guide to the iPod touch for both Mac and Windows users Your iPod touch can do so many things. With this full–color guide, you can get hip to all your iPod touch has to offer and take full advantage of the iTunes store and the App Store, as well. You′ll start by learning how to manage the multi–touch interface and setting up iTunes. Then you′ll discover how to connect to the Internet via Wi–Fi, receive and send e–mail, get directions and use maps, play games, download and watch movies, shop for cool new apps at the App Store, and much more. Starts with the basics of setting up and using the iPod touch, richly illustrated in full color Covers listening to music, synchronizing your data, working with the calendar, setting up iTunes, and getting online via Wi–Fi Shows how to send and receive e–mail, shop for movies and music at the iTunes Store, browse the Web, share photos, download and watch movies and TV shows, and download apps from the App Store Explains how to use your iPod touch as a portable game console and how to manage your contacts and to–do lists Also covers protecting your information and troubleshooting iPod touch For Dummies helps you make the most of this amazing device that combines a widescreen iPod with touch controls, a portable game console, and a breakthrough Internet device.
Tony Bove has written more than two dozen books on computing, desktop publishing, and multimedia. Tony not only provides free tips about the iPad-iPod-iPhone-iTunes ecosystem on his Web site (www.tonybove.com), but also published an iPhone application (Tony's Tips for iPhone Users).
Referred to as "the Isaac Asimov of tech publishing," Tony founded Desktop Publishing/Publish magazine and the Inside Report on New Media newsletter, and wrote the weekly Macintosh column for Computer Currents for over a decade, as well as articles for NeXTWORLD, the Chicago Tribune Sunday Technology Section, and NewMedia.
Tracing the personal computer revolution back to the 1960s counterculture, Tony produced a CD-ROM interactive documentary in 1996, Haight-Ashbury in the Sixties (featuring music from the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, and Jefferson Airplane). He also developed the Rockument music site, www.rockument.com, with commentary and podcasts focused on rock music history.
As a founding member of the Flying Other Brothers, which toured professionally and released three commercial CDs, Tony performed with Hall of Fame rock musicians. Tony has also worked as a director of enterprise marketing for leading-edge software companies, as a marketing messaging consultant, and as a communications director and technical publications manager.