As technology evolved, it was to be expected for people to give up their Walkman devices and replace them with the newer iPods. In addition to the higher sound quality, iPods can also be connected to computers so that audio tracks can be added with ease. A specialized software solution created to facilitate iPod transfers is YamiPod.
This application’s interface is intuitive so that even those who do not have expert computer skills can still transfer playlists and tracks from the PC to their device and viceversa. However, as is the case with all iPod apps, iTunes first needs to be installed on the host OS as it is required to connect to the Apple device.
The main window of YamiPod displays all the artist names detected on the connected iPod, as well as their albums, and track titles, and users have the possibility to create playlists for their preferred artist with a simple mouse click.
Another action they can perform is to enqueue selected songs, to add them personal ratings or modify the details (including the composer, genre, full album name or track number). In addition, one can also assign or edit lyrics to the selected tracks before transferring to the device plugged in to the PC.
When using this app to copy tracks from the iPod to the PC, users can choose the filename pattern for the items, so as to be easier to identify them at a later time.
One of the functions that sets YamiPod apart from other similar applications is its support for Last.fm songs and playlists.
To sum up, this app might prove to be the ideal solution for all those who want an out-of-the-box tool for transferring songs from and to their iPod (all iPod generations (except iPod touch) are suppported), no matter if the tracks are MP3 or AAC.
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