Retarded it shows all the songs scrambled plus when you search for a band you want to find songs for finds all the songs. there is a find info button to see info on the songs but who is really going to go through thousands of songs like that.
The user interface is a little flaky IMO. Also, and indeed the main problem: It doesn't read and parse the index file, but rather just reads through all the directories.
This means the resulting files will be sorted by filename (often with 03, 04 etc. in front), without author and album information.
Not sure if I've ever commented, but this is a great app. I have used it since my original 5GB iPod, and it has always worked well. I do wish it made better use of the ID3 tags by displaying the found songs in an iTunes like interface, but, hey, I won't gripe. One more thing: update the icon. Great app.
After the first time I used it and did a "Find Songs" it worked quick and great.
When I hit "Find Songs" a second time (and every time since, even after re-installing it) it starts finding my songs then gets hung up and never finishes ...?
I also get an error sometimes when I start it up that causes it to shut back down?
Otherwise, this really is the best iPod extractor out there. Hands down.
Really good for doing what it says, and yeah, the author even said it was primarily for his own needs, but still, it would have been nice to be able to move whole playlists over rather than just songs by their file names.
Works as advertised but difficult to use. The browser interface is limited to showing iPod files by only one criteria: their filename (example: "04 SomeSongTitle.m4a"). If you're like more iPod users, there are hundreds of songs on your iPod. If you don't remember the file's name, finding your file will be like finding a needle in a haystack.