Mac OS X only: Free application Pod to Mac—sibling application of previously mentioned Pod to PC—copies any music or video file from your iPhone or iPod to your Mac.The app is dead simple to use: Just plug in your iPhone, iPod touch, or any other incarnation of iPod, browse through your library or individual playlists, and select and transfer whatever media you want to import to your iTunes library. Pod to Mac can search your device if you're looking for a specific track, or you can just click Select All and download every track wholesale. Our guide to copying music from your iPhone or iPod to your computer for free featured one other app that could do iPhone-to-Mac transfers, but that application (Senuti) has since gone shareware—making Pod to Mac the best free solution that we're aware of. It's fast, it's easy, and from our tests, it works like a charm. Pod to Mac is a free download, Mac OS X only. For a very similar app for Windows made by the same folks, give previously mentioned Pod to PC a try.
Pod To Mac Transfers iPhone, iPod Music To Your Mac
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