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Mac: iPod Browser 1.5 released

iPod Browser is an application used to browse your iPod and actually allow you to copy the MP3s back off the iPod to a destination of your choice.

What’s new in this version:

  • ID3 Tag Editing implemented

  • Repaired the Cataloging Listing issue - in 1.3 it only organized one column so when you clicked on Artist, the Name and Artist would not match. That is now working correctly.

  • Drawer re-programming to minimize copy errors

  • Clicking in an empty window no longer opens an empty drawer.

  • Added a few hyperlinks to the application that link you to an info page as well as my email.

  • Some more cosmetic changes.

    License: Freeware
    System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.3.2 or later.

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    Glad to see that good hearted people still make free software for the iPod.

    Posted by Sraphim in Irvine, CA on March 13, 2004 at 12:09 PM (CST)


    Sorry, ignore me, I’m a idiot.

    Posted by 10bellies in Irvine, CA on March 14, 2004 at 7:03 AM (CST)


    download link is not working.

    Posted by douglasq in Irvine, CA on March 14, 2004 at 10:09 AM (CST)


    @ admin

    1. implement registered posts only please, this is getting kinda annoying

    2. how many of these programs have there been now? maybe it would be a good idea to say how this one differs from the rest of the pack in terms of its features and whatnot on the news page.

    Posted by meatmcguffin in Irvine, CA on March 14, 2004 at 4:02 PM (CST)


    I agree that only registered uses can post. What’s the point of registering when you can’t really tell by quick glance if a post is by a member or not?

    iPodlounge just reports news/info on anything iPod related. It’s up to the reader to decide what program is better, unless iPodlounge wants to add a new feature for rating applications, etc. There are far less variations of this type of app compared to….note applications/text editors, ftp programs, etc. Go to version tracker and look through all the same type of programs that people make. Just be thankful you’re on the Mac side, as Windows users have probably 10,000 more of the exact same type of apps :)

    Posted by kainjow in Irvine, CA on March 14, 2004 at 9:36 PM (CST)


    Sorry, ignore what I was saying about registered posters. I have no brain.

    Posted by meatmcguffin in Irvine, CA on March 15, 2004 at 5:56 AM (CST)


    Here’s the link. trouble expanding 1.5

    Posted by indonesian in Irvine, CA on May 7, 2004 at 7:29 AM (CDT)


    What would we do if it were not for the great people who make the freeware?  I would like to thank all you great people out there who make the freeware. THANK YOU!!

    Posted by WOLF MAN in Irvine, CA on May 8, 2004 at 10:23 AM (CDT)


    Watch yourself with this app. Some funky stuff started happening after I installed this,and it might have something to do with the latest iPod updater.

    I downloaded it for the first time Thursday off Versiontracker’s site. I intalled the app on OS X 10.2.8, plugged in a 2ng gen iPod (using v.1.3 firmware), and I noticed that my apps mysteriously started hanging (with the spinning beach ball of boredom) or not launching at all. I couldn’t even get the force quit window to appear; I had to FQ through the dock icons.

    The next day, I plugged that same iPod in my work computer, and it started to update the pod to v.1.4. Then I noticed that the ipod wouldn’t mount on iTunes 4.5, though it would mount on the desktop and in the Finder.

    I ended up taking it back to work, copied the files off the Pod with Tinkertool and the Finder, and reinstalled the 1.3 firmware for the Pod. I’ve yet to plug the pod back in at home till I feel secure. Odd thing is that I deleted the iPod Browser from my directory, and somehow iTunes disappeared from my main drive at home. I clicked the iTunes icon and the question mark appeared.

    Please post if you have positive experiences with this. I hope mine was just an isolated incident, but I’ll also advise you to make sure all your pod files are backed up prior to installation.


    Posted by Dan McCormick in Irvine, CA on May 8, 2004 at 12:23 PM (CDT)

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