copyThing
copyThing
5.1.4

3.4

copyThing free download for Mac

copyThing5.1.4

09 October 2017

Copying-syncing for iDevices (was iPod.iTunes).

Overview

copyThing (was iPod.iTunes) has been designed to make it super-simple to copy content from iPhones, iPads, and iPods to any iTunes library. Its user interface makes it incredibly obvious what's on your device and what's missing in iTunes. For example, to copy all missing content (without duplicates), just press Command-A and click the Transfer button. That's all!

You can, of course, also copy only desired media and/or playlists.

What's new in copyThing

Version 5.1.4:

Note: Version 5.x is a paid upgrade of $11.90 from any version (1.x-4.x) of iPod.iTunes.

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64 Reviews of copyThing

Jazzduck77
25 December 2009
Version: 4.4.4

Most helpful

I was dismayed to discover that this app requires me to jailbreak my iPod Touch in order for it to be used. I don't have a problem with jailbreakers, but I do feel that the app description should state this more clearly. I would not have downloaded it if I'd known this. But that brings up the question, why require disk access in the first place? TuneAid works fine with my non-jailbroken iPod. All I want is to copy playlist information back from my iPod to iTunes, and I know the information can be read without jailbreaking, so why is this app so demanding?
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Big Johnson
29 August 2017
Version: 5.1.3
What an awesome name for an app.

NOT!

It’s an awful name for an app.
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5
Ca
01 August 2014
Version: 4.9.30
It does what it says and it does it pretty well.
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4
Joe-Porter
20 May 2014
Version: 4.9.27
There was nothing else available to do what I wanted when I got this. On the single occasion I've needed support it was quick.
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2
Dejmac
28 January 2014
Version: 4.9.23
"Floola" is the best!
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0.5
BruceVanderWerf
08 May 2013
Version: 4.9.9
It shouldn't have to be jailbroken. It says that it doesn't have to be that way on their page. Oh Well
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Mikael-B
03 August 2012
Version: 4.8.2
Requires jailbreaking which opens up your unit for viruses and trojans.
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Steeps-Patrick
22 March 2012
Version: 4.7.8
Too expensive. There are dozens of much cheaper and better alternatives. Try Tuneaid - best of the pack.
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Sgginc
07 February 2011
Version: 4.6
Get TuneAid. Works perfectly. Should have paid attention to previous reviewer. You must jailbreak to use.
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Jazzduck77
25 December 2009
Version: 4.4.4
I was dismayed to discover that this app requires me to jailbreak my iPod Touch in order for it to be used. I don't have a problem with jailbreakers, but I do feel that the app description should state this more clearly. I would not have downloaded it if I'd known this. But that brings up the question, why require disk access in the first place? TuneAid works fine with my non-jailbroken iPod. All I want is to copy playlist information back from my iPod to iTunes, and I know the information can be read without jailbreaking, so why is this app so demanding?
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5
Robert-Morton
19 January 2009
Version: 4.1.4
I had used version 2 and it worked great when I lost a hard drive. I really didn't use it for regular syncing though. Of course years later I had another need for it. I also had lost my registration number. The developer responded with my registration information in less than 4 hours on a Sunday. That is what I call great support from a product that does its job very well.
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4
Tallan
24 September 2008
Version: 4.1.1
People ask why pay so much for this program? Well, it works and has continued to do so for five years. The developer has always gotten back to me within hours, usually within minutes, when I've had an issue; one time he developed a "mini-fix" on the fly for me that allowed me to keep going rather than make me wait for the general release update. Also the program is under constant development and is continually improved. The speed of file transfers has gotten much much faster in recent months, the interface has been totally redesigned, and when new versions of iTunes or OS X are released that "break" the older version of iPod.iTunes an update is usually available within 48 hours. I use a $24.95 program on the Windows side to do the same tasks; imagine my dismay after buying the new Nano to find that this (Windows) program knew nothing about duplicates and I had to spend time going through my music library deleting dupes one at a time. That's not a problem with iPod.iTunes which while eliminating duplicates is smart enough to know that a song at 192kbps is NOT the same as the same song at 224kbps, and that you might want both. I've tried a lot of the cheap and free iPod transfer programs over the years but have found nothing that offers anything close to the power, flexibility, and support of iPod.iTunes - sometimes you really DO get what you pay for.
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Silky-Slim
08 March 2008
Version: 3.8.1
PodWorks does not handle multiple playlists as of yet, therefore iPod.iTunes is a good solution, and if you can charge X amount of dollars and still get buyers, then great. Safe to say that is what microsoft has done to you Cougar!, When instead of wasting your money on office you could have downloaded for free "open office" or even buy the much cheaper and better "iWork".
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Cougarblue
03 June 2007
Version: 3.4.4
Can we get past the seemingly mandatory explanation that the iPod doesn't sync in both directions and thusly we need a helper app? That said, Senuti is free, I had no problems in recovering the 5581 songs lost when my hard drive took a dive using Senuti. Hats off to anyone who cares enough about the community to donate their work. For more functions, iPodWorks is a great $8 option. I can't explain the technical aspects of iPod or iTunes song filing functions, but if I can get the job done for either nothing or $8 why the heck would I want to spend $39? I wish the developer well, however this is too much for a one trick pony, I only spent $129 for my copy of Microsoft Office. And one more thing, please no more kissy-kissy reviews from developer 'friends", I still won't pay you $39.
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Tonyboy
15 March 2007
Version: 3.4.1
This software looks like EXACTLY what I need to share my music library between my home and my work computer. It would solve a big headache I've had in managing my music library. But it costs 29€, and there's no way I'm paying that much for something that I might even be able to write myself. Sorry, but no...
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Themtb
14 December 2006
Version: 3.3.7
This software seems to have quite a few reviews that sound like they are written by the developer or someone involved in the app. Macupdate should check it out. Especially Sevren, the guy that knew the developer by name and a few others that only reviewed this and no other program.
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3
Themtb
14 December 2006
Version: 3.3.7
$39 is not shareware. That is software that you get a CD, a pretty box and pay retail for. This is a $10 app. It seemed to work but wouldn't sync a bunch of my songs because it was an unregistered copy. This app also phones home so make sure you have Little Snitch turned on.
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MacCentric
05 December 2006
Version: 3.3.7
To answer the original question, the iPod can only sync in 1 direction, this let's you sync the ipod back to iTunes. There are much cheaper alternatives, even free options to do this. $39 is way too much, even half that is pushing it with alternatives such as iPodRip and el iPodo available.
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Macintard
18 November 2006
Version: 3.3.6
Just putrid. Will not run at all, just crashes and says variable not defined. Of course, it won't run long enough for me to define any damned thing.
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4.5
Sevren
26 January 2006
Version: 3.1
I've been using this useful tool since version 2.7.3 and have been thouroughly impressed. I have a desktop Mac at home, a desktop Mac at work, and an iBook, all of which I use to play songs from iTunes. Using this tool makes it a snap to sync my songs and playlists. Think of it as .Mac for your iTunes music. But at a one-time low price. The Customer Service has been excellent as well. My email was responded to the same day within an hour or two.
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4.75
Joeaxial
23 January 2006
Version: 3.1
iPod.iTunes 3.1 saved my 20 gig iTunes music library after a hard disk problem. It was simple to move my iPod's library back onto my mac using this useful tool. It provides a host of features that Apple should have included with the iPod Software. If I never use this software again it will still be worth every penny of it's registration for me because I did not have to re-rip my entire CD library!
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Ritz
15 October 2005
Version: 2.9.1
why download this if ipod itself does it 4 free??????? i don´t get it.......
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Anonymous
14 July 2005
Version: 2.8.7
Well it did copy all the tracks from my ipod, although I ended up with around 400 duplicate tracks that I now need to delete off my hard drive. I only had 10 tracks that weren't in my iTunes library that I wished to add to the collection. The software detected 415 'new' tracks (of the 851 total tracks on the iPod)??? I am running OSX 10.3.9 with iTunes 4.9 and the latest iPod software.
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Anonymous
04 July 2005
Version: 2.8.4
A simple cp -r will get the job done for free.
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5
Anonymous
01 July 2005
Version: 2.8.3
When I updated my itues to 4.9, I lost all playlists on my mac. I had some questions of the developer prior to buying. The email response was very fast. Purchased the registration and within 5 minutes I had my playists back on my mac from my iopd. great product.
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Quanesha
20 April 2005
Version: 2.7.5
Well I have an ipod and Im trying to put music on the ipod .Can you help me put itunes on the ipod. well i hope you put free itunes on there.
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4.75
Charles Herrera
14 April 2005
Version: 2.7.5
Great product. Worked like a charm for me. I was given a second iPod with a bunch of personally recorded music on it. Using iPod.iTunes I was able to integrate the music and playlists (as set up by the artist) into my own music library without doing any work (other than to register the program). The program is easy to use and gives good feedback about what is happening. The instructions for use are straitforward and explain why steps are necessary (not just "do this, do that") which is refreshing. I'm technical by nature but I just didn't want to deal with this task. iPod.iTunes simply did the job. I had no problems with the software. (Only complaint is that I'm really only using it once.)
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Anonymous
26 March 2005
Version: 2.7.4
I've tried other extractors before, they would be ok for small extractions anything large and it would ignore some of the songs, with ipod.itunes I have extracted the entire contents of my ipod (over 3000 songs) without it missing 1 in about 15 min or so (I wasnt really paying attention to the time). Very easy to use haven't fully explored it yet but as far as I can see "it does what it say's on the tin." WELL WORTH THE MONEY ; )
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5
Anonymous
17 March 2005
Version: 2.7.4
A great product that does what it claims. Easy to use, it completes the iPod and makes it a truly usable tool for enjoying and exchanging music.
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4.75
Anonymous
09 March 2005
Version: 2.7.3
Absolutely easy, brilliant and completely worth the $40.00 registration fee! The best program I've found for easily synching your iPod to your iTunes.
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5
Waterloom
26 January 2005
Version: 2.7.3
I have just used iPod.iTunes to restore my entire iTunes music library folder--which was on my firewire drive and got irreparably corrupted. I encourage anyone with this problem to try the program. It works as promised, easily and flawlessly. The directions are clear and easy to follow, the design is elegant, and IT WORKS. Well worth the price when I think about how much money I have spent at the iTunes Music Store.
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4.5
Todd Dubbeld
25 January 2005
Version: 2.7.3
Excellent program.Was really impressed with how easy it was to install and use(Im new and ignorant to MAC,very happy with ease). Liked how program copied to Tunes using my original settings(compression,bit rate,etc). Very awesome program,one I hope will not be abused by 'pirates' and ruin for those who genuinely need it. One minor quibble,one for most developers;please have an option to buy outright with register number.
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Anonymous
27 December 2004
Version: 2.7.2
Thank you so much! My computer was stolen and iPod.iTunes transferred all my songs and data over from my iPod flawlessly. The other programs I tried copied the songs ok but failed on the playlists and other data.
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5
Lee Owen
23 December 2004
Version: 2.7.2
This program works great! after my iBook HD crashed without warning I thought I was destined to have to rip all of my CD's again. according to Apple I was a goner! A friend turned me on to this program and within 30 minutes all 2000 of my songs were on my iBook and into itune... Like nothing had ever happened. This is truly a great program for those of us in this situation.
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4.5
Anonymous
01 December 2004
Version: 2.7.2
Nice program! My hard drive died, and with it I thought I lost my mp3s. This program allowed me to copy my ipod onto my new computer without hassle.
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1.5
Anonymous
28 November 2004
Version: 2.7.2
I am a satisfied user of iPodRip and gave this a try. First of all, there is a lack of features and the price is horrendous, an absolute rip off. Secondly, the interface is slow and balky. And finally documentation is extremely lacking. Check out anything but this if you want a long term or even short term solution.
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Anonymous
19 November 2004
Version: 2.7.1
Registration email was too slow. Plan on waiting a while before getting your code.
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5
eettin
25 September 2004
Version: 2.6.7
This is a great piece of software! Works just as advertised and the developer, Cris, will spend all the time that is need to patiently answer in full all your questions.
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Anonymous
19 September 2004
Version: 2.6.7
In the last few weeks I apparently caught a computer virus, and my G4 started acting very strangely. After working with tech support from three different companies, I started to empty my hard drive, intending to re-initialize my hard drive and start from scratch. Although I had previously tried to back up my iTunes library, there were many things that I had not yet recorded. Then I started to lose my data, WHILE trying to back up! I gave up and took my G4 to a computer repair place. When I got my computer back a week later, I had lost most of my music and other files. I ran iPod.iTunes, and I was greatly relieved at how easy it was to use. Unlike the other available utilities that make invisible files visible, iPod.iTunes simply moves what you want to where you want it. This is the degree of simplicity that I sorely needed!Although English is not the programmer's first language, his directions are very clear and straightforward. This software saved me many hours and untold heartache. Playlists and everything were preserved. As an aside, I really appreciate that it's possible to preserve non-ASCII text in the track info. I have a lot of Spanish and French music, and I hate having them listed without proper accents. I am so grateful to Cris for developing this software!
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4.75
Anonymous
26 August 2004
Version: 2.6.6
My dealings with crisp softies has been very nice. I just lost my email with my registration info and they were kind enough to email me a copy of my registration within the hour. The program works great. I've used it to restore my iTunes library after a crash and to sync my home and work macs with the same music library. My big tip is if you are only "updating" your hard drive off of your ipod, it will put new copies of any song whose information has been changed, such as genre, composer, etc. (since it's been changed, it only recognizes it as a new file that has not been put in itunes). I'd recommend wiping your iTunes library clean and starting from scratch if you're working on syncing several computers from the same ipod. That way there's a much lower chance of duplicating files in iTunes. Otherwise it works quickly and encountered no errors, even when transferring my protected ACC files.
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5
Dean K.
07 August 2004
Version: 2.6.5
What a great product! For a change, it actually does exactly what it's creator says it does. I bought a 4th generation iPod and was afraid I would have to start over with my music catalog from my generation 3 iPod. Apple dpesnt have an easy way to transfer your music from the ipod to another iPod.But for a few well earned dollars you can download this program and copy your entire music catalog from your old iPod to your new one instantly!!! Literally took two minutes to transfer over 700 songs. Do the creator a favor and pay him for the thing! I mean how much time did Cris spend creating this for all of us iPod and Mac users. You can try it for free. But the free version limits the amount of songs you can transfer. Its really just a free try me type thing. Once you see how well it works Im sure Youll agree that its worth every penny!!
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5
06 August 2004
Version: 2.6.4
This software is a "must-have". My old PowerBook crashed and along with it my iTunes collection of my all time favorite tunes. After I purchased my new PowerBook G4, I found a reference to this software on the Support section of the Apple site. The software worked in a matter of minutes, moving all my tunes from my iPod over to the new PowerBook. All tunes, all playlists intact! The software has a clean, intuitive interface and is easy to use and, most of all, it is powerful. Do yourself a favor. You never know when your Mac might crash. Get a copy of this and have a copy ready.
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4.75
Anonymous
01 August 2004
Version: 2.6.4
Thanks Thanks Thanks! Great Program. When my external HD crashed about a year ago, some tracks, that I had purchased over the internet got lost, supposedly forever, because the usual way of communication between ipod and apple is one way only to avoid track exchange with other than you own computer. So, for years I have been updating my ipod with utmost caution and only manually (!) to avoid getting those tracks deleted forever. ....An then came ipod.itunes! Great, it opened the missing link allowing my ipod to retransfer the lost tracks to my itunes library. Thank you Chris!, did a great job!
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3
Anonymous
17 May 2004
Version: 2.5.5
I somewhat like this program. I actually just used this only extract the playlists only since that's all I need it for. It's quite a while on my 800 Mhz iBook G4. I'm guessing because one of my smart playlists has over 3000 entries on it. I thought it froze but I'm guessing it was just taking its time. I found it easy to use, however, so that's something I rate higher but considering the price of the product (40 bucks? Cut that price in half or even lower and you got a sale!), there are not enough features to justify that, IMHO. Add a few more iPod-hacking stuff and others and MAYBE I would pay. There's a couple things I don't like about this program, aside from the price. First, I can't select which songs or playlist(s) I want to extract and even if he did add that feature, I would guess that only half of the Selected items would be imported in the unregistered version vs. half of everything. Annoying, yes but I guess it's to make sure that people don't bypass the shareware limitation. Running the Synchronization again, unfortunately, did not extract some of the remaining tracks missed due to the limitation, just the same tracks as the first pass so it's pretty much rigged if unregistered. Next, I really don't like the fact it quits iTunes when I hit Cancel. Other than that, I think it is a decent program for what it does but I really don't agree with the asking price. I'm sure the author worked his butt off to make this program good but the reality of things, the end user most likely wouldn't care and if the price is too high (considering other programs), it's too high. Hope that makes some kind of sense.
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2
Anonymous
03 May 2004
Version: 2.5.5
Extremely expensive. The full license being $40 is a joke. The upgrade from 1.x to 2.x is also a joke. $20? You have got to be kidding me. You can buy 4 copies of iPodrip at the full price or 2 copies of iPodrip for the upgrade price...and iPodrip is so much better in terms of features, stability and usefulness. Hey, OmniWeb is only $30, a bargain in comparison!
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2.5
Anonymous
17 February 2004
Version: 2.4
I agree with those that say this is OUTRAGEOUSLY overpriced. Currently the price is MORE than $40, when purchased from the website in Euros. Try TEN DOLLARS and I'll think about it, for heaven's sake.
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5
mcforman
07 February 2004
Version: 2.4
For whatever it's worth to anyone that's considering purchasing this program, here's a testimonial from a VERY satisfied customer. I've read some of the negative reviews and while I'm sorry for their displeasure, for me this product worked fantastically. My deal was this: I was having issues with my 17inch PowerBook G4 and long story short, had to delete my entire iTunes library (as directed by an Apple tech at the Genius Bar in the Apple store). When I re-imported my music from my FireWire Hard Drive, of course all my personal music ratings and playlists were gone. While this may not be a big deal to some, I had over 14,000 songs in iTunes and had painstakingly rated at least 4000 of them (what can I say, I'm a freak for my music). My iPod still had all the music rated and intact as I wanted it, since I had yet to re-sync it to iTunes. I posted a help question in the Apple discussions forum and was ultimately directed to this program by a level 3 user. Cris (the programmer) not only answered my email right away, but also enhanced the program to accommodate the rating information and emailed it to me within a day. We then set time for a chat meeting (he's based in Germany, after all) and he literally walked me through the entire process step by step. Everything worked perfectly. Is $40 bucks a lot for this program? I don't know, some might say yes. However, and at the risk of sounding like a Visa commercial; "being able to retrieve ALL my info without a hitch... Priceless..."
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2.25
Anonymous
01 February 2004
Version: 2.4
$40 BUCKS! Not Likely!! Dear Christian, please check out your competitors and you will see that their prices are much lower, so you are pricing yourself out of the market no matter how much you think this ap is worth. You lose revenue by not being competitive. This is a ONE TRICK PONY and needs ALOT more features to be worth forty dollars ($60 CDN). The demo does not copy 50% of the files as advertised (only 25%) and did not allow me to choose which ones I wanted. Furthermore. it did not indicate which tracks, either by number (e.g., "copying 12/60") or name. As I write this the app appears to have frozen.
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2.75
Anonymous
27 December 2003
Version: 2.4
The developer's site fails to mention one very important bit of information: the price. Not until you are ready to hand over your credit card number you are told that the price is a whopping $40! Hiding the price tag from customers is bad enough, but it gets even worse when the reasons for keeping it secret are so obvious. Looks like someone's trying to trick people into buying a grotesquely overpriced product. The app itself works well, but for what it does, $40 are way, way over the top.
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1.25
Anonymous
26 December 2003
Version: 2.4
I have a 3g iPod (20 GB). My primary iTunes library is linked to my Windows machine hardwired to my network. I also have a 1 GHz Powerbook. I've tried countless times to transfer my iPod music library to my Powerbook. I'm using the 2.4 update to iPod.iTunes. It finds the iPod and then tell's me it won't work because the iPod name has "special characters". Duh, the iPod name is "Marc's iPod", which is EXACTLY the same form as the example in the on-screen dialog. This makes the program USELESS. I simply cannot transfer my 3300+ tunes and am stuck using my Powerbook for nothing beyond a travelling charger for the iPod. My PB is running the last version of Jaguar release - 10.2.28 (or something along those lines). Any thoughts on how to fix this problem and get this program to work. I'd happily pay the author if I had a working version.
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Jillana1
23 December 2003
Version: 2.3.5
I LOVED this application until I updated i.tunes. Now it doesn't work anymore!
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5
Anonymous
09 November 2003
Version: 2.3
Simply the best. My full recommendation for this.
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5
Anonymous
16 October 2003
Version: 2.1.4
I use it about two times a week to sync between home and office. It works very well for me, no crashes. Well worth the Shareware fee.
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2
Anonymous
27 July 2003
Version: 2.1.3
Ipod.itunes review 1. The program crashes on a regular basis. It stops transferring songs to the hard drive but the progress bar continues to flash. After many hours of waiting to complete the task, I realized that the program had crashed. 2. The program randomly skips songs during transfer. 3. I was never able to transfer all the songs from the iPod in one step. 4. Sometimes it does not recognize the iPod and asks you to rename it. 5. Customer service is horrible. I contacted Chris, the owner and possibly the creator of the company. After an initial response, he never answered subsequent emails to solve the problem. 6. Be careful. Do not waste your money with this program. There is an statement in the last paragraph of the contract agreement as follows: “Disclaimer This software is distributed 'as is': no warranties are made, either expressed or implied. Use this application entirely at your own risk!” I would say that the concept is good. I also can accept that new software from a small company may not work perfectly. However, what is unacceptable is that there is no intention to help make things work.
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2.5
Latcarf
09 July 2003
Version: 2.1.3
This software does suck. The fading window is useless and delays startup. Everytime I've tried to use it I have had a problem. My registration had to be re-entered, I needed to update to the new version, My iTunes Library wasn't found. I couldn't enter my registration because my iTunes Library wasn't found. This software is just cumbersome and not user-friendly. To add insult to injury, it is way too expensive. This is terrible software - and I know because I test software usability for a living. I am sorry I purchased iPod.iTunes.
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5
Anonymous
01 July 2003
Version: 2.1.3
awesome
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4.75
Anonymous
24 June 2003
Version: 2.1.3
What J doesn't understand is that this software does it for you and transfers MP3 from the iPod to iTunes using an Applescript, as it states you cannot interrupt it or you will have problems. This software is awesome, a great way of getting music from an iPod to any itunes, just don't touch it and let it do it's thing.
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1.75
Anonymous
17 June 2003
Version: 2.1.2
I'm sorry but this is the lamest, slowest and crappiest application I ever used on my Mac. Difficult to understand, difficult to see progress made, quits and launches iTunes repeatedly...I should never have purchased this lame piece of software.
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5
Anonymous
27 October 2002
Version: 1.7
A godsend! My little daughter deleted my entire music library and this one saved me days of re-ripping my CD collection and recreating my custom playlists!
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5
Anonymous
26 October 2002
Version: 1.7
About once a week I update my office Mac with the newest songs on my iPod. This version is so fast, I think I will do it everytime I have new songs on my iPod.
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1
Anonymous
16 October 2002
Version: 1.7b6
sadly this hasn't worked for me either... and I am a sucker for paying $15 up front..... first it tells me I have more than 1 iPod connected... impossible since I am on a powerbook, and secondly the gentleman that wrote this sends me an Apple Script to troubleshoot, yet that gives me an error....
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4.75
Anonymous
27 September 2002
Version: 1.7b4
Very handy!
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4.75
Anonymous
12 August 2002
Version: 1.5
1.5 final works great for me. Tracks with "c" have been skipped in the demo, not killed. After purchasing it has displayed all tracks fine. I like the interface incorporated in iTunes. It's a unusal but smart way.
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Anonymous
30 July 2002
Version: 1.5b1
was this program designed by Microsoft? it's impossible to navigate - who has time for arcane interfaces these days? download a trial and you'll see what i mean. iPod needs a transfer app, but this isn't it.
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1.75
Anonymous
05 July 2002
Version: 1.0.4
This is a great idea that, sadly, doesn't really work. At least not for me. Using OS X and the latest (1.0.4) version of iPod2iTunes I attempted to transfer the contents of my husband's iPod onto my Mac. Of 1967 songs on the iPod, iPod2iTunes, which had never been run before, recognized only 467. (These are all recorded in iTunes from CD originals, not Internet downloads, and there were still ENDLESS "file" or "source" not found errors.) Plus, you don't even get to try iPod2iTunes once before you buy. The program kills all songs with "c" in the title, unless you pay for it. I'm all for paying for shareware, but not before I know it works, and, for me anyway, this didn't.
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$19.90

3.4

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later

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VLC Media Player
VLC Media Player
Popular multimedia player.
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Music Liberator
Music Liberator
Copy music from your iPod to any computer.
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