palmTunes Express
palmTunes Express
1.1

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palmTunes Express free download for Mac

palmTunes Express

1.1
19 April 2005

Sync your iTunes music with your Palm.

Overview

Sync your iTunes music with your Palm Handheld...

palmTunes Express is a utility for copying your .mp3 files from your iTunes playlists to your Palm OS 5.0 handheld. You can also use it to copy the files from iTunes playlists to a folder of your choice (SD card, folder of an MP3 player, USB key or anywhere you choose - even to a folder on the network). It was created due to the fact that PalmOne does not provide synchronization from iTunes to their handhelds, even though they are very capable MP3 players with the included RealOne player from Palm OS. It is very simple to use. Choose the playlist you want to sync, check or uncheck any tracks from the playlist and then click 'Sync'. For more on how to use palmTunes Express choose 'Help' from its menu (press command ? on the keyboard). palmTunes Express is shareware and costs $9.99 (USD).

The demo mode is limited to syncing only one file from the chosen playlist.

NOTE! palmTunes Express works with .mp3 files only (i.e., you cannot sync music files purchased from the iTunes Music Store). This is due to the fact that these files are not DRMed and RealOne Player for Palm OS can play them. (On the other hand, iTunes Music Store AAC files are DRMed and cannot be played with RealOne Player for Palm OS).

What's new in palmTunes Express

Version 1.1: Minor bugfix

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6 palmTunes Express Reviews

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Anonymous
13 April 2005

Most helpful

Great, except it doesn't work.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
20 April 2005
Please note that palmTunes Express 'does' copy files to your Palm handheld if after the copying process is finished, you sync your Palm with your Mac. palmTunes Express does not 'directly' sync your iTunes music to your Palm, since the sync process of a Palm handheld requires HotSync to be initiated (as all programs that sync their data to a Palm do). However, if you do the copying process directly to your SD card through a card reader connected to your Mac, you only have to insert your SD card back in your Palm to have your music there. This process is also much, much faster (and so preferable), because HotSync transfer by default is a very slow process.
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
19 April 2005
does this work with AAC files that were NOT bought from the ITMS?
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
19 April 2005
Great for Syncing to an SD Card, but doesn't work with the Palm as discribed, which means half the features are not available. Plus I keep getting cn not find iTunes Music library error each time I launch it. So I am a little hacked off.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
15 April 2005
Please note that the Geocities website exceeded the traffic maximum. The site has now been moved to: http://homepage.mac.com/realnicesoftware/products/page1/page1.html You can now download the archive from there. Thank you.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
13 April 2005
I Can't get the zip file open with Stuffit. Sorry!
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
13 April 2005
Great, except it doesn't work.
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Version 1.0