Monday, April 04, 2011
The Little App Factory reports: [edited]
Transfer music, and everything else, from your iPod or iPhone to your Mac or PC (PC version available 'soon', Ed.). If you’ve lost the media collection on your computer, you can easily restore all the contents from your device using iRip 2 and its syncing assistant.
Transfer playlists, movies, TV shows, podcasts, photos, ringtones, audiobooks, and e-books (phew). Copy individual items or entire media libraries over, to either iTunes or your desktop for easy archiving.
iRip 2 is not just for media transfer and recovery, it also lets you browse and preview the contents of your iPod or iPhone. Play music right off your device, or view your photos and videos. iRip 2 is a desktop-sized window to your iPod or iPhone.
iRip 2 was designed with convenience in mind. Music and other media are copied directly into iTunes without the need to manually import files. iTunes-specific metadata such as play counts and purchase dates are also transferred over.
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For a full review, click here.
You can download a free song-limited trial version, with the full version costing $19.95, or a family pack to use with up to 5 computers for $30.