Garage Band not exporting to iTunes >> Solved !!

Garageband for PC Windows

There were a couple of problems in exporting GarageBand to iTunes. Today, we have come up with easy steps to make it work on your iOS devices. Let us begin with the tutorial for the same.

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6 steps to export GarageBand to iTunes:

 

Step 1

On your iOS window, click on the arrow right there on the top right corner and from there select the option ‘My songs’ which is displayed from the drop down menu.

 

Hold on the song which you wish to send to your Mac for about just a second. You can see if you are working right if the icon begins to shake a little. Simple and easy! Nothing to worry, it is just meant to make notify you about the right move.

 

Step 2

Next you have to select the share icon from the top left corner which will bring up the menu on to the screen. Next you have to select the option which says ‘Share song via iTunes’.

Step 3

You will now be notified by the screen from where you need to send the song as a GarageBand for Windows file on your iTunes.

Step 4

Next you just have to connect the device that is your iPhone/iPad to the Mac device on which you wish to transfer the file. Open iTunes and choose the device from the sidebar available. From this list, select ‘Apps’.

Step 5

Scroll down to the selection of file sharing applications and then choose GarageBand in the list displayed. The project which you sent to iTunes can be visible with the help of a list on the right; from here select ‘Save To’ and then save it up where you find it fits rightly.

Step 6

Now, simply open the file you just transferred after having downloaded an iOS compatible update for able to open those.

Success!

That was all about it. Within a matter of just 6 steps your problem of not being able to export the files to iTunes just got solved. This was quite simple and easy. No add ons and no complicated procedures. Follow just the tutorial we came up with and get going with your created music on your iTunes with the help of GarageBand!

 

It is time to create, mix and then export! Happy music producing! Let all the music speak a new tune!

5 kickass applications which would let you call in any corner of the world for free

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The technology now a day is so advanced that if you want to talk to someone you can just do it sitting in your pajamas and all you need is an internet connection because now we are going to give you 5 applications that can be used to make calls in any corner of the world.

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  1. Viber

Viber is one of the most famous and probably one of the oldest applications that provide the sheer pleasure of talking at just zero cost. Originally, Viber was only used to call other Viber users with no cost involved and with time to time updates the application makers also included important updates like chats, emojis, stickers and much more.

  1. Facebook Messenger

There is always a reason behind every move that Facebook makes. A couple of years ago it made it mandatory for everyone to use its messenger application in case they want to chat with the online people. The messenger application is one of the best applications not only for chatting but also for making calls to your Facebook friends. The Facebook Messenger application is capable of making HD calls to other users via their application.

  1. Whatsapp

Whatsapp got the calling feature nearly a year ago and oh boy, it is such a treat on a perfect cake. Normally voice calling services provide better quality when using a high speed data and they cannot work on slow internet connections like 2G connections but in this case, the calling quality does not drops be it a high speed connection or a low speed connection. The other reason why you should definitely use whatsapp calling is that it is used by millions of people and come on, who doesn’t have whatsapp in the 21st century? You can call anyone in your whatsapp contacts be it any part of the world.

  1. Google Voice

Google has shown its capabilities since the launch of the Android Lollipop, through which Android announced that it has started to mature now, so does Google’s services. Well, if everyone heads to Google for answers then how would you feel about having an application by the same genius? Well, the answer is Google Voice! Unlike other applications, Google Voice is available for computers as well as different operating systems like Android, iOS, Blackberry etc. Google Voice is capable of making PC to PC calls for free and you can even make calls from your computer or laptop to any cell phone in the world.

  1. Magic Jack

Last but not the least is Magic Jack, which most of you would not have heard about! The basic problem with the internet calling is that it is not a permanent kind of account, as in you do not have a personal number or something like that, well, that is when Magic Jack comes into play as through this application you can make calls to any cell phone with the application and even landlines too. The good news still keeps on coming as your contacts can even contact you by the Magic Jack number which is one of the most amazing things about the application.

Five latest smartphones with best cameras

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Smartphones have brought great revolution in photography. Few years back no one can think of clicking high quality photo with smartphones. Today as technology is changing with great pace so does smartphones. Smartphones are getting smarter and better with passing time.

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No matter how greatly smartphone performs! Still it cannot match the quality of individual camera. Yeah smartphones are of good use when you need to click quickly and share them with ease.

People have craze of clicking photos. You can find gallery in anyone’s mobile comprising of thousands of photos. Sometimes there are events and moments you want to capture and then smartphone comes handy. Leading mobile companies are trying to build smartphones for better lenses so that photography maniacs can satisfy their need.

So check here list of smartphones with best cameras!

HTC One M8:

I got no doubt about HTC being on top. Personally I prefer HTC mobile sets for cameras. For example, HTC’s latest smartphone HTC One M8 has best camera with four million pixels and phone uses “ultrapixels”.

Smartphone will capture more light if it is designed with ultrapixels. Because of swipe mechanism, camera application opens up quickly which is great for clicking instant pictures. Unlike other smartphones, HTC One M8 has great quality front camera to capture awesome selfies.

Even in low light, this smart device click images that are great in quality. The images clicked are so detailed that anyone can print them.

iPhone 6 Plus:

There were times when any smartphone with 4-5 mega pixels camera was very appealing. Now smart devices have gone too high with their camera crossing atleast 10MP. But there is still one smartphone which have camera with pixels under 10MP. Yeah I am talking about iPhone 6 Plus. It has 8MP camera which is pretty good in quality.

You can click photos with the help of volume button or touch screen button as per your choice. Some people has concern with focusing mechanism, sometimes it need forced focusing for good quality picture. Well the quality of camera and front camera suffers in low light.

LG G3:

Next on list if LG G3. It is pretty good smartphone as per camera quality. You can open up camera very quickly with volume key. The only problem is that it is on back of the phone, so people take some time to get used to.

Its focusing mechanism is awesome but suffers in low light. Once it is locked on target, it produces high quality images. But when you are shooting small objects with fine detailing, it struggles a lot to get locked on target.

Nokia Lumia 1020:

This smartphone has been created for photographers. It has 41 million pixels which is great figure. Focusing with this mobile is really quick. It produces very high quality images even in low light. For photographers, there are many options in settings for scene modes and exposure etc.

Samsung Galaxy K Zoom:

This smartphone is photography focused creation of Samsung. It has larger lens for clicking images in high quality similar to actual camera. Galaxy K Zoom works great in bright light but worst in low light which is disappointing.

Easy Steps To Transfer Facebook Photos to Google Photos

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Backing up your online or offline data is a good practice. It is essential to keep photos in more than one online place for security. Whenever we share photos on Facebook, then these photos depict our favorite moments. Obviously we don’t want to lose these precious photos. So backing up the data is the answer.

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In this article, I am going to show simple steps to transfer Facebook photos to Google Photos.

So here are the easy steps to learn how to transfer Facebook photos to Google Photos for security of data.

  • First step is to get logged in your Facebook account.
  • Now enter in settings through the menu from where you logout from your account.
  • Now you will see at the end an option named “Download a Copy”. Just click this option.
  • Now you will see list of item available for download. If you want any addition, then check add more. In this method, we just need photos so check them. Once you are done then Click on Start My Archive.
  • Now interface will ask to submit your Facebook password again. Just submit and then Start My Archive.
  • Now you get download link via email. Remember that it will take some minutes to receive download link in email. Once you received the link, just go to that link and download the file.
  • Next step is to unzip the file on your computer.
  • Now you need to download Google photos for your computer.
  • After that sign in to your Google account.
  • Uncheck the unnecessary files and Click on Add to upload Facebook Photos.
  • You can have option to upload high quality or original version of photos.
  • Now last step is to wait for few minutes to photos get uploaded.

I hope this guide will help you to transfer photos from your Facebook account to Google photos.