Showing posts with label i-pod touch. Show all posts
Showing posts with label i-pod touch. Show all posts

Saturday, July 6, 2013

Kevin joins in

Hi all, it's me, Amy.  I'm proud to say that today, Kevin is contributing to the idevice family blog with his post about why he's glad he got into the grove with his ipod touch.  Here is his thinking...

Since January 2013, I've been an iPod Touch user and now wonder what took so long! Besides parting with the $$ of course to do it. As my CD players now collect dust, I continue to simply plug in my rectangular wonder and let 2000+ (and counting;sorry Amy!) of my favorite tunes shuffle through my headphones, or component receiver. Who knew a receiver from 1994 could play my iPod stored music collection! You need the proper cord of course, but it's available nevertheless. And I can even surf the web as I listen!

Needless to say I haven't bought a CD since the purchase of the ipod, including the ones I used to buy for $15 for one song! Ugh! $1.29 at iTunes now takes care of that. When my CD changer dies, I really don't need to replace it as my more space efficient wonder can take it from there. I'll keep my CD's as you never know when you may need to rip them again at iTunes especially my favorites.
Long story short, I'm glad I took the dive and bought my iPod Touch as it's so much more efficient and versatile than the dinosaurs I have called "CD players"!

Saturday, May 18, 2013

Making Folders, Kameron Taught Me

 New device learning...Kam taught me how to do this.  One day, I was watching him play with the i-pod touch.  I was curious to know how he had so neatly arranged all of the apps he had picked into little folders.  So I got up the courage to ask, "Hey, Kam, how'd you get those apps together in that little box?"

He sweetly says, "Oh, mom, it's so easy!  You just drag two apps together and it makes a little folder-so you can put all the things that are alike together!"

"Brilliant Kam!  Thanks for showing me that!  I didn't know how to do that.  You rock!"

And so, my folder making began!
Here's a screen shot of just a few of my folders!

Happy folder making!