In the ever-changing world of tech dynamics, this is an eternal fight. A class struggle which never seems to end. iOS vs Android is one competition which has taken over the imaginations of both enthusiasts and onlookers like me.
We will start with the most obvious one, the Apps. We live in a world controlled by these apps and interestingly there is an app for everything. The ios, developed by Apple, has one of the largest app stores in the virtual world, with almost a million plus apps while Android, developed by Google, is close to its heel. In fact very close.
While there are common apps, apps for iPad and iOS devices are specific to it while those for Android tablet apps are scaled up version of the ones which run on Android phones. Developers have this inclination to debut their apps on iOs and then move on to Android, primarily because of the niche market as well as financial strains.
How Do You Get the Most Out Of Your iOS Device?
Looking to optimize your iTunes on your MAC OS device? iTunes has everything from your favorite music to your movies, and if you aren’t careful, it could take up a lot of space. Additionally, if you want to free up space on your MAC or iOS device, the iTunes is the first place to look at as that’s where most of your media files will be. Here are some iOS tutorial tips to help you manage iTunes in a better way to optimize your iOS devices.
1. If you have a huge collection of music or other apps in your iTunes library, then create a subfolder in the media folder of iTunes and individually transfer the files. This helps avoid errors during the copying process.
2. The ‘export library’ that you notice while transferring your iTunes library onto a USB drive is a list of your music along with the metadata excluding the audio files.
3. You don’t have to transfer your iTunes data onto your new computer; just log into your iTunes Store to automatically have it downloaded on the new computer.
4. The Consolidate Files option is used to create new copies of the library. So delete the duplicate files to create more space once you are done transferring them.
5. Please remember that in order to successfully songs to your PC from a USB drive, the drive must be properly connected to the computer, no matter what you are trying to transfer.
6. If you’re transferring the library to create more space on the hard drive, then delete the iTunes Media from the main hard drive, once the transfer is complete.
7. Usually, the best place to transfer your entire iTunes library is to a USB Drive since it is faster and unnecessary lags that can crop up traditional external hard drives can be avoided easily.
It’s also a great way to ensure that you never lose out on the music you love.