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Windows: Pod Player 1.2 released

Pod Player (formerly MyPodPlayer) is a freeware application to carry on your iPod. You can play your music on any computer when you iPod is connected without the need to install any programs such as iTunes. When launched, it will look for an attached iPod and when it finds one it will read the music database on the iPod. You will then be able to views your songs in a similar way as in iTunes (by artist, genre, album, playlist, etc). You can now also extract songs from it. There are a few little extra features such as iPod Hacks, checking for duplicates etc. There is no installation, just an independent program.

What’s new in this version:

Faster loading times
New Playback engine now plays AAC and every format iPod supports.
Playback is a lot faster.
Has shuffle and repeat features.
One package file which does not need any other components or installation.

License: Freeware
System Requirements: Windows 2000/XP

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Love this app.  Kudos to all third party developers keeping the world free.  Couple questions.  Every time I launch I get a request to install Quick Time.  Can I do something to keep this from poping up.  Work PC no installing allowed.  Second I’m getting the Play Count Error.  Say I need to listen to at least one song on my ipod.  I have listened and rated to many over the past year.  I have a 4g20

Posted by E on January 10, 2006 at 2:37 PM (CST)

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