Tip & How-To about Computers & Internet
If you want the tasks to your iPod for free Apple-installed
applications cannot handle, you must configure to find and download new
applications. Of the four models currently sold by Apple iPod - the Shuffle,
Classic, Touch and Nano - iPod Touch applications can only run as the time of
publication. The iPod Touch connects to the Internet via Wi-Fi, so you can
connect and browse the App Store and search for applications, and download. You
can easily access the applications on your iPod Touch.
1. Press the iPod touch "Home" button, located
below the touch screen.
2. Tap Settings and then "Wi-Fi."
3. Touch the "On / Off" option for
"Wi-Fi" to "On." Touch the "On / Off" option
"Ask to Join" to "On." Now iPod Touch Wi-Fi networks will
look to enter the password at the prompt of a network if necessary for access.
Your home or office Wi-Fi, a password and a free public access Wi-Fi as a
coffee or shopping is necessary; you can only touch a button with
"Yes" to agree with the network conditions before free access without
4. Press the "Home" to return to the home screen
of the iPod Touch.
App Store access
1. Touch the "App Store" icon on the home screen
of the Apple iPod Touch App Store opened.
2. Touch the "Categories", "Top 25" or
"highlight" for applications to go through the different categories.
Tap "Search" if you have a specific type or name of an application to
find is a keyword or phrase to write and then "Search" again to see a
list of applications.
3. Tap the name of an application to see screenshots,
customer reviews and a description of what the application does not read.
4. Tap the price or the word "Free" beside the
application name, then "Install". Enter your Apple ID when prompted
and the application downloaded to your iPod Touch.
5. Press the iPod Touch the "Home" button to
return to the home screen, where the icon of the application that you
downloaded to see. Tap the application icon when you want to start.
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