I think iPodAccess is good. It covers all the bases and includes support from the creator (unlike the free programs) - it's only $12.99 and is the only program I know of that can transfer from both Windows and Mac formatted iPods to Macs.<br><br>WWW.ADZOOX.COM & www.JACKWHISPERS.COM
Well free is free<br>and bills are bills<br>so, for now...<br>iPod Viewer 2.0.1<br>Import/transfer songs from your iPod to your Mac<br>File Size: 2.1M<br><br>Zapmama, Dizzee Rascal, fatwreck.com and Dead Man w/Johnee Depp * props.<br>from beyond ; )<br><br>
More Windows users than Mac users have iPods - it's the most common useage of transferring and my most commonly asked question about iPods.<br><br>IE - Can my daughter let me have all her songs from the iPod she uses with her HP on my Mac or my iPod?<br><br>I also buy used iPods - most commonly they are Windows formatted and usually they have songs on them. Most of the time, people want their songs off and I don't own a PC - so I need a program that does both.<br><br>Thanks Gizmo for making more irrelevant comments.<br><br><br><br>WWW.ADZOOX.COM & www.JACKWHISPERS.COM
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