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iTunes on Your iPad : Purchasing or Renting Music, Videos, Podcasts, and More

6/15/2013 8:24:19 PM
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Once you locate a song, video, TV show, or album, you can touch the Buy or (if you see it) Rent button. This will cause your media to start downloading. (If the content is free, then you will see Free button that you tap turn into a Download button.)

We suggest you view or listen to the preview, as well as check out the customer reviews first, unless you are absolutely sure you want to purchase the item.

1. Previewing Music

Touch either the title of the song or its track number to the left of the song title; this will flip over the album cover will flip over and launch the preview window.



You will hear a representative clip of 30 seconds of the song.

Touch the Stop button and the track number will again be displayed.

2. Check out Customer Reviews

Many items in iTunes offer customer reviews. The reviews range from a low of one star to a high of five stars.



YOU NEED TO BE AWARE THAT REVIEWS CAN HAVE EXPLICIT LANGUAGE. Many of the reviews are clean; however some do contain explicit language that may not be caught by the iTunes store right away.


Reading the reviews might give you a fairly good idea of whether or not you would like to buy the item.

3. Previewing a Video, TV Show, or Music Video

Pretty much everything on iTunes offers a preview. Sometimes you will see a Preview button, as with music videos and movies. TV shows are a little different; you tap the episode title in order to see the 30-second preview.

We do highly recommend checking out the reviews, as well as trying the preview before purchasing items on iTunes.

Typical movie previews or trailers will be longer than 30 seconds - some are 2 minutes 30 seconds or longer.



4. Purchasing a Song, Video, or Other Item

Once you are sure you want to purchase a song, video, or other item, follow these steps to buy it.

  1. Touch the Price button of the song or the Buy button.

  2. The button will change and turn into a green Buy Now, Buy Song, Buy Single, or Buy Album button.

  3. Tap the Buy button.



  4. You will see an animated icon jump into the shopping cart. Type in your iTunes password and touch OK to complete the sale.



The song will then become part of your music library, and it will be synced with your computer the next time you connect your iPad to iTunes on your computer.



After the download is complete, you will see the new song, audiobook, podcast, or iTunes U podcast inside the correct category within your iPod icon.

NOTE

Purchased videos and iTunes U videos go into the Videos app, not the iPod app on your iPad.

 
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