iPod.iTunes
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Two-direction adding-syncing for iPods.   Demo ($29.95)
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iPod.iTunes has been designed to make it super-simple to copy content from iPhones, iPads, and iPods to any iTunes library.

iPod.iTunes’ 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
Version 4.9.25:
  • Fixed a problem where on a system with Japanese language the registration did not stay.
  • Tested with iTunes 11.1.5.
  • Tested with OS X 10.9.2.
  • Tested with iOS 7.0.6 and 7.1.
  • Small improvements in different areas.
Requirements
  • Intel
  • OS X 10.6 or later
  • iTunes, version 9.2.1 or later (if you want to copy to iTunes)
  • Any iPhone, iPad, iPod touch. No jailbreak required!



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iPod.iTunes User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 4.x:
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-50

Dejmac reviewed on 27 Jan 2014
"Floola" is the best!
[Version 4.9.23]


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+1
BruceVanderWerf commented on 08 May 2013
It shouldn't have to be jailbroken. It says that it doesn't have to be that way on their page. Oh Well
[Version 4.9.9]


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Mikael B commented on 03 Aug 2012
Requires jailbreaking which opens up your unit for viruses and trojans.
[Version 4.8.2]

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Mikael B replied on 14 Dec 2012
Dod you mean "I don't see anything concerning 'jailbreaking' in order to sync files" as in "I synced my files without jailbreaking".

If not why even comment?
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+36
Jan_rybar replied on 11 Feb 2013
I can read this on developer's web: "No jailbreak required."
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+74
Mikael B replied on 24 Mar 2014
Actually I stand corrected. It would seem I mixed up this app with another that required jailbreak. Running 4.9.25 in OS X 10.9.2 now.
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+79

Steeps Patrick reviewed on 22 Mar 2012
Too expensive. There are dozens of much cheaper and better alternatives.
Try Tuneaid - best of the pack.
[Version 4.7.8]

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Mikael B replied on 03 Aug 2012
DiskAid http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/27830/diskaid is way way better.
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Sgginc reviewed on 07 Feb 2011
Get TuneAid. Works perfectly.
Should have paid attention to previous reviewer.
You must jailbreak to use.
[Version 4.6]


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Jazzduck77 commented on 25 Dec 2009
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?
[Version 4.4.4]


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+10

Robert Morton reviewed on 19 Jan 2009
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.
[Version 4.1.4]


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tallan reviewed on 24 Sep 2008
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.
[Version 4.1.1]


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SilkY SliM commented on 08 Mar 2008
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".
[Version 3.8.1]


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cougarblue commented on 03 Jun 2007
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.
[Version 3.4.4]


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+2

Tallan rated on 15 Nov 2012

[Version 4.8.5]



Dickerson rated on 24 Aug 2011

[Version 4.7.1]



D J'S Monkey rated on 12 Apr 2011

[Version 4.6.3]


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Date:17 Mar 2014
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
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iPod.iTunes has been designed to make it super-simple to copy content from iPhones, iPads, and iPods to any iTunes library.

iPod.iTunes’ 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.


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