Summary:

Have an iPod but don’t like iTunes?  Want to control your iPod from Windows, OS X, or Linux?  You should check out our Freeware of the Moment, YamiPod.  This free program lets you control your iPod directly from the device, and in 21 languages at that.  […]

Have an iPod but don’t like iTunes?  Want to control your iPod from Windows, OS X, or Linux?  You should check out our Freeware of the Moment, YamiPod.  This free program lets you control your iPod directly from the device, and in 21 languages at that.  Just put YamiPod directly on the iPod and you’re all set.  You can copy music from the iPod to your PC, listen to podcasts, just about anything you can imagine you’d want to do with the tunes on your iPod.  Oh, YamiPod also handles multiple iPods with aplomb. 

Here’s a partial feature list:

  • stand alone program, no installation required
  • iPod is automatically recognized
  • mp3 and AAC files can be copied to/from iPod
  • read/write access to mp3 id3 and AAC infos
  • playlist support (On-The-Go included)
  • playlists import (PLS,M3U)
  • playlists export (PLS,M3U)
  • full unicode support
  • auto-download new versions
  • advanced song import/export settings
  • 2 restore features
  • built in music player
  • iPod informations
  • 2 search features
  • remove duplicated tracks
  • find lost music files
  • easy ratings edit
  • PC to iPod synchronization
  • create and edit notes (with unicode support)
  • automatically update song playcounts
  • News RSS and podcasts to iPod upload
  • Growl support (Apple only)
  • export song lists to HTML or plain text files
  • multiple iPods support
  • Last.fm support

Yamipod

-jk

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