How to transfer iTunes to Playbook

This guide will show you how transfer iTunes to Playbook so that you can enjoy iTunes media files on Blackberry Playbook. If you bought music or video files from iTunes store we need to remove the DRM protection first otherwise you can’t play iTunes files on your tablet.

iTunes Sync does not copy music from your computer to BlackBerry® PlayBook™ or BlackBerry® phone. If you are interested in that functionality, check out my other app named “Music Upload”, which is for Windows PC only at this point.  It will not work with DRM music from a few years ago. (Note that you can pay Apple another 40 cents to remove the DRM from your old iTunes purchases)

So how to remove DRM proection from iTunes files, just follow the guide as below

You can Download DRM removal  to accomplish for this task. This program can help you convert .m4p/.m4b/.m4v to DRM-free format .mp3/.wmv/.mp4 file format for Blackberry playbook while preserving original quality. It’s easy to use:

Step 1: Import iTunes Video/Music Files

Open this DRM Converter and click on Add button to load the iTunes files you want to convert from your computer. The imported files will be listed on the left panel.

 

Step 2: Select the Output Format

Click Video Files to button to select an appropriate output file format you need. E.g. WMV files is supported by BlackBerry PlayBook, you may select the output as WMV file. Go to Video files to-> Common Video-> WMV. For converting music files, click on “Audio Files to:” and select “Common audio > MP3″ from drop-down list. There are also other output parameters you can modify, click “Settings” button to check out.

 

Step 1: Convert iTunes to PlayBook

Here you can hit on Start button to start the removing and converting task. The process will be finished quickly (the conversion time depend on your file size and computer power).

 

Once the conversion is done, click on Find Target button to locate the DRM-free and BlackBerry PlayBook friendly video files. Then you may use Blackberry Desktop Software to sync files to your PlayBook.

How to transfer iTunes to Playbook through Wi-Fi

Just check out iTunes Sync by Daniel Bigham. It makes adding your latest music purchases to your PlayBook as seamless and easy as possible using your Wi-Fi connection. As a side note, the reverse functionality is not availability.

August 14, 2012Permalink

Blackberry Playbook Review

The new blackberry playbook has definitely soared high on user’s excitement and expectation. Its newly released product has brought the market the indisputable choice of users including the raised eyebrows if it’s really worth the swap from the already established competitors. But can the new blackberry tablet kick off the leading Apple and Android technology on the market’s stiff competition? The Blackberry Playbook can be purchased from online retailers as well as from network operators which offer free tablet PC deals. They are currently available from Vodafone and Orange.

Playbook Design

The RIM’s new Blackberry PlayBook will be surely loved by techno buddies who prefer to have a portable gadget with its remarkable 1024 x 600 pixels 7-inch clear screen size packed with fascinating touch sensitivity. The resolution is quite perfect for its size plus it has a very detailed and rich color depth making it great when it comes to viewing photos or videos. With a 425g weight, it’s surely captivating to hold this product, which is embellished with a thin sophisticated gun metal frame surrounding its entire display.

Maximum Performance

The most shocking thing about this playbook is that it extraordinarily wrapped up everything in a super-sleek 10mm-thin featuring a QNX operating system with powerful 1GHz dual-core processor, a massive RAM of 1GB, a 5-megapixel rear camera and a 3-megapixel front-facing camera with autofocus that can record a 1080p Full HD video but both without flash, Bluetooth, a fast-connecting WI-FI, USB, 1080p HD video playback with an HDMI-out port that is TV compatible, a headset jack that is 3.5mmm, a microphone and its speakers are practically one of the clearest and loudest speakers ever bundled in a tablet.

No 3G Support is a Disadvantage

Unfortunately, playbook doesn’t have a 3G support, so the WIFI is solely the way to connect to the net. Good thing is that you can connect it wirelessly to your blackberry smartphone through the BlackBerry Bridge that can let you access your emails, contacts or messenger and etc. Those looking a contract type of deals available similar to free laptop deals will be disappointed due to the lack of 3G support.

Easy Navigation with Multi-touch

Though if you’re not a previous Blackberry user, you may find this PlayBook a bit difficult to navigate since it supports a 4-finger multi-touch zooming the flicking up and down, left and right. Navigation can get even complicated at times due to its multi-touch functions but once you already get the hook of it, it certainly going to be much prettier to navigate.
Web browsing is the main spotlight of playbook. Its enthralling screen is just enough to display in full size web pages and can resize simply each pages making it accessible to adjust. The BBC iPlayer installed plays well and a Flash 10.1 and HTML5 with full support where you can enjoy playing flash games and perfectly browse YouTube videos. But despite the powerful pace of playbook especially when using its user interface accompanied with stutter-free video playback and an attractive transition between its apps, there’s apparent lag when you rotate portraits in landscape modes.
The battery life is OK since it is similar to other tablets where you can manage up to 1 to 2 days between charges depending on your usage.

Conclusion Not Yet a Leader in Tablet Devices

 

Clearly, BlackBerry has offered a reliable multi-functional device but very poor when compared with the iPad2. It’s truly an excellent deal for an existing Blackberry user but not good as a consumer tablet for the mass market. And if you opt to have a professional like photos, then this playbook is not for you.

February 20, 2012Permalink