Tag Archive: Listening


How to View Apple Music Listening History on iPhone & iPad

Keen on finding out what your Apple Music playback history looks like? In this article, we’ll be discussing exactly how you can view your Apple Music listening history on your iPhone and iPad. If you’re an avid iPhone or iPad user, there’s a decent chance you’ve subscribed to the Apple Music service. The music streaming … Read More

How to Download Music from Apple Music to iPhone or iPad for Offline Listening

Would you like to download music directly from Apple Music to iPhone or iPad? Doing so allows for offline listening, which is a really handy capability for many situations. Like any other streaming service, by default Apple Music requires you to be connected to the internet. It’s all sunshine and rainbows as long as you’re … Read More

How to Charge iPhone While Listening to Music Simultaneously via AUX Headphone Jack

Want to listen to music via a 3.5mm audio source, while simultaneously charging an iPhone? That used to be easy, but all new iPhone models have done away with the longstanding headphone jack, which once allowed users to easily connect their iPhone to home stereo systems, car stereos, headphones, and other speakers and audio interfaces … Read More

You’ll be able to download songs for offline listening with Apple Music

Apple Music may be a streaming service, but you won’t always need an Internet connection to enjoy it. Apple has confirmed that you’ll also be able to download songs for offline listening, so you can enjoy albums and playlists when…Read more ›

Mark Voicemail As Read / Listened on the iPhone Without Listening to Them

Voicemail messages have been modernized quite a bit by the iPhone’s visual voicemail service, but it’s still fairly common to wind up with many stale voicemails that aren’t listened to. You don’t have to delete the messages, or even listen to them to mark them as read (listened? heard?) though, thanks to a simple yet … Read More [Read More…]

Mark Voicemail As Read / Listened on the iPhone Without Listening to Them

Voicemail messages have been modernized quite a bit by the iPhone’s visual voicemail service, but it’s still fairly common to wind up with many stale voicemails that aren’t listened to. You don’t have to delete the messages, or even listen to them to mark them as read (listened? heard?) though, thanks to a simple yet … Read More

Save Playlists For Offline Listening In Xbox Music For iPhone

When Xbox Music finally made its debut on the iPhone last September, one of its most notable shortcomings was the lack of ability to store music locally for offline listening. But a new update that hit the App Store today…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Pandora To Remove 40-Hour Listening Cap Ahead Of iTunes Radio Launch Next Month

New-Pandora-RadioToday Pandora announced that it will removing its 40-hour-per-month listening cap come September 1st. Now free users will be able to listen for as long as they like and ads will play every 30 minutes. The decision to remove the cap is an obvious reaction to the impending launch of Apple’s iTunes Radio, a radio […]

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Soundwave Lets You See What Woz (and Your Friends) Are Listening To

soundwave-1What do Woz and Stephen Fry have in common, besides a fascination with technology and love of all things Apple? The answer: They’ve both been using (and plugging) a free iPhone app from Ireland called Soundwave Music Discovery that lets you see — in some rather novel ways — what other people are listening to. […]

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Set Podcasts to Auto Delete Old Episodes After Listening to Save Space in iOS

Listening to the myriad of wonderful podcasts out there is a great thing, but having all those podcasts take up tons of space on an iPhone or iPod touch isn’t so great. Each episode of an audio podcast can easily run between 30MB to 90MB depending on the length of the show, so it’s not uncommon for a sizable podcast library to slowly accumulate into GB’s of storage taken up, particularly if you’re not going through and manually trashing the  [Read More…]