Recently Apple iTunes moved to a cloud based solution for listening to your music library on the go. This means you don't always have to connect your device to your computer to listen to the music stored there.
To get your downloaded ChinesePod lessons to work with this update please follow these steps:
After downloading a ChinesePod lesson to your computer, import them into iTunes. Convert the songs (show/dialogue/audio review) to the AAC file format.
To do this, first go to settings to check your conversion settings
Mac: iTunes>Preferences>General>Import Settings
on Windows, the options should be in the File menu.
After clicking ``Import Settings`` choose AAC encoder.
Now, select your ChinesePod tracks, right click and click convert selection
These songs will now be automatically accessible on your iOS device. To make them show, make sure you have iCloud Library selected on your device.
Go to your iPhone/iPad, click ``Settings > Music``, and check the iCloud Music library option.
To organise your library, I recommend using iTunes smart playlist feature. In the left sidebar create a new "smart" playlist. You can choose a number of options such as filtering shows by Level (Int/Ele etc) or by type (Dialogue/Full show etc). These smart playlists should automatically show in your iCloud music library on your device.
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