Developer website: Atvaark Development
Slurp maintains a database of all music files present on your iPod and allows you to sort and search through them. You can then copy all or part of them either as text listing or as regular files in order to get them back on your hard drive, or to burn them directly from your iPod by using your favorite CD/DVD burning program. With Slurp, you can use your iPod as the only storage for music, and therefore you can free up as much space on your hard drive as your music files use. What does Slurp do that iTunes doesn't? iTunes doesn't allow you to get your music back from your iPod to your hard drive. This is not an issue if you set up iTunes to automatically synchronize your iPod with your local music library, since you always have a local copy of your files. However, if you choose to organize your iPod manually in order to keep your music on your iPod only, you cannot get your music files back to your hard drive or burn them onto a CD. Slurp allows you to do that. Another interesting feature of Slurp is the ability to browse your iPod library on your computer even when your iPod is not connected. As a summary, Slurp gives you potentially as much supplementary hard disk space on your computer as your iPod's capacity, and for free.
Mac OS X 10.2 or later and an iPod.