The Free iPod Book 2.2

Published: July 17, 2006
Page Count: 202

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The Free iPod Book 2.2

Foreword and State of the iPod

The Secrets of
New features at the Lounge? Of course – here they are.

Sneak Peeks: Summer Edition
Upcoming iPod add-ons, 20 exclusives. First at iLounge.

The All Things iPod Guide
Fifteen steps to making the most of your iPod, anywhere.

  • Installing The Right iPod Software
  • Connecting Your iPod To Your PC/Mac
  • Filling Your iPod
    • Music
    • Podcasts
    • Radio
    • Videos
    • Photos & Art
    • Travel Goodies
    • Books
    • Calendars & Contacts
    • Games
    • Personal Data & Files
  • Enjoying Your iPod Everywhere

    • Nike + iPod Sport Kit
    • iPod Road Test: Porsche Boxster
  • Customizing Your iPod

  • Expanding Your iPod: Electronics

  • Playing With Your iPod: Toys

  • Protecting Your iPod: Cases & Film

  • Wearing Your iPod: Clothes

  • Maintaining and Repairing Your iPod

    • Troubleshooting Your iPod
  • Selling Your iPod

  • Buying a New iPod, including U2 iPod

  • Calling With iPod: iTunes Phones

  • Gifting to iPod Fans

  • Joining The iPod Community

The iLounge Report Card: Over 975 Reviews

iLounge Art and Photo Contests

All Things iTunes, with Trivia
Over 125 iTunes tips and 30 new trivia questions will make you an iTunes expert – or just teach you new tricks.

The iPod Directory
Major iPod product and service providers, listed.

Index to Advertisers
Note: All ads in this Book are clickable.

Beyond the iPod: Backstage, Uncrate and Outblush
Along with two gadgets from Backstage at, our friends at two leading shopping sites pick fun toys, furniture, and jewelry for iPod-loving guys and gals.

Closing the Curtain

Jeremy Horwitz

Jeremy Horwitz was the Editor-in-Chief at iLounge. He has written over 5,000 articles and reviews for the website and is one of the most respected members of the Apple media. Horwitz has been following Apple since the release of the original iPod in 2001. He was one of the first reviewers to receive a pre-release unit of the device, and his review helped put iLounge on the map as a go-to source for Apple news.