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iPod Access for Windows v4.05
« on: 06. July 2007., 22:20:10 »
iPod Access for Windows does for Windows users what it has been doing for Mac users for over a year. iPod Access for Windows is the premier application for transfering songs from your iPod to your Win XP/2000 computer. Most iPod transfer utilities must fetch ID3 tag information by opening every music file and fetching information. iPod Access is able to utilize the iPod internal database so that it can display your iPod's contents almost instantly. This includes tag information from protected AAC files that have been purchased from the iTunes Music Store and all playlist information. Version 2.0 also adds Playlist 
Cloning and the ability to add songs directly into iTunes.  With a simplified user interface including song
filtering by Artist/Album or Composer/Album you can find the songs you need to copy and even listen to them directly in the main window. When copying songs iPod Access can organize songs into Artist/Album folders or Composer/Album folders and change the file names if desired.

iPod Access also provides one button full sequential music backups. By pressing "Backup" in the toolbar you can speed up the process of regular backups. iPod Access will by default only copy new songs added to your iPod so you don't have to remember what you have added.
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http://www.findleydesigns.com/ipodaccess/IPODACCESS_SETUP.EXE
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iPod Access for Windows v4.05
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