Music On iPad : It wouldn’t be an Apple device if it didn’t let you listen to your music, but although alines is responsible for almost everything media-related on your Mac, the iPad has broken those features into multiple applications designed for specific purposes. For instance, you can purchase new music using the iTunes application, but if you want to listen to albums you currently own, then you have to use the Music (formerly iPod) app. From there, you gain access to your songs, podcasts and audiobooks. If you want to watch a music video however, you’ll need to take a trip to the Videos application.
But iTunes isn’t the only way you can listen to music on your iPad. There are other programs that let you stream songs directly from the internet and just like the Music application, they can be used to listen to music in the background while you work in another program on your iPad. If you’re in the UK, make sure you check out Spotify, while US readers should take a look at Pandora.
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