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You can play songs, albums, or playlists in random order, and set iPod nano to shue songs when
you give it a quick shake.
The table below describes dierent ways to shue your music:
To Do this
Shue and play all your songs Tap Shue at the top of the Songs list. iPod nano begins playing songs
from your iPod nano music library in random order, skipping audiobooks,
podcasts, and iTunes U collections.
You can also tap Now Playing on the Home screen when no music
Shue songs from the
Now Playing screen
Tap Now Playing, and then tap the album artwork. Swipe left along the
bottom of the screen, and then tap
Use “Shake to Shue” When the screen is on, you can give iPod nano a quick shake to skip to
a random song. If the screen is o, press the Sleep/Wake button before
you shake. “Shake to Shue” is on by default, but you can turn it o in
Settings > Music.
Playing podcasts, audiobooks, and iTunes U collections
Podcasts are free, downloadable shows available in the iTunes Store. Podcasts are organized by
shows, episodes within shows, and chapters within episodes. If you stop playing a podcast and
return to it later, the podcast begins playing where you left o.
iTunes U is a part of the iTunes Store featuring free lectures, language lessons, and more, which
you can download and enjoy on iPod nano. iTunes U content is organized by collections, items
within collections, authors, and providers. You only see an iTunes U icon on the Home screen if
you synced iTunes U content from your iTunes Library.
Podcast shows and iTunes U collections appear in chronological order, so you can play them in
the order in which they were released. A blue dot marks unplayed shows and episodes. When you
nish listening to a podcast episode or iTunes U program, the next unplayed or partially played
episode begins automatically.
Chapter 5 Music and Other Audio