The iPod Nano, the slim, brightly colored music player with a metallic sheen, is one of the many variations of Apple's iPod. The iPod Nano not only plays music, it also records video with its built-in camera. The iPod Nano also comes with an FM tuner that allows you to pause live broadcasts. With the iPod Nano you can record voice memos as well as use VoiceOver, which enables you to speak the name of the tune you would like to listen to, rather than scrolling through individual tunes by hand.
Open iTunes. If you do not already have iTunes installed on your computer, you can download it for free from the Apple website.
Left-click on "File" in the upper, right-hand corner of the screen and scroll down to either "Add File to Library" for individual tunes or "Add Folder to Library" for many tunes in the same folder. Choose the files or folders that you wish to download then left-click on "Open."
Connect your iPod Nano to your computer via the USB cord.
Left-click on "File" and scroll down to "Sync iPod." iTunes will sync all of the tunes in your iTunes library to your iPod Nano.
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