Soft mod your iPod
Subject: General Tech | May 1, 2007 - 05:51 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Overclocker's Club has posted a review of some add-on software for iTunes from Avanquest called TransferMy Music. Designed to fit right into iTunes, it offers a user friendly way to music from iTunes to your iPod and back again. It also lets you make text notes and other interesting customizations to your iPod. The warning messages might scare you a little, but there were no problems during the review.
"Most people that I've talked to cannot stand this program. The worst attribute about the program is that you must use it
if you want to use the company's product. Given these vague details, does any particular program stick out in your mind?
The program that I'm talking about is iTunes. Apple's iTunes isn't the easiest program to learn. I can't tell you how many
times I've spent trying to figure out just how to transfer my music to my iPod with the click of a button. Most of the
time, I end up restarting iTunes so that it auto-updates and I don't have to find out how to sync my music. Avanquest has
released a new iTunes add on called 'TransferMy Music'. Now that sounds easy! Let's dig in and see just how this program
affects my relationship with iTunes."
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