Remote controlling iTunes from your iPod touch or iPhone has its advantages. Like, it could help you easily shuffle songs when you are hosting a small party and using your computer to play music. It basically eliminates the need to be at your computer to manage iTunes.
I knew Apple had this app called Remote for getting the remote control thing done, but never bothered to check it out until I visited my friend Praval the other day. He was using it, and I was pleasantly surprised when I saw how smoothly it worked over Wi-Fi. Knowing about something is one thing, experiencing it first hand is another.
Back home, I decided to set it up on my iPod touch. This article sums up each and every step that’s involved in the process.
Here we go.
Step 1. Open iTunes, go to the AppStore and search for “remote”.
Last updated on 02 February, 2022
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