iTunes Sync 1.2

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Do you have iTunes? Do you have an iPod? I guess you don't have an iPod, otherwise you probably wouldn't be reading this. I have iTunes, I don't have an iPod, but I wanted to be able to sync my MP3 player with iTunes, regardless of what brand it was... and so iTunes Sync was born. In just a few easy steps you can synchronize any iTunes playlist with any MP3 player that shows up as a drive letter in Windows (pretty much all of them do). It's as simple as 3 easy steps:

* Setup a playlist in iTunes that you want to sync to your MP3 player
* Configure your MP3 player in iTunes Sync by giving it a name, selecting an "identification file or folder" and selecting a playlist from iTunes
* Now just click Synchronize and watch the magic happen!

You can configure as many different MP3 players as you need and synchronize each one with the different iTunes' playlists. Amazing! Magic! Technology!

iTunes Sync requires the Microsoft .NET Framework v2.0. Make sure you get the right version for your system:
Microsoft .NET Framework v2.0 for x86
Microsoft .NET Framework v2.0 for x64

iTunes Sync works with most MP3 players from:

* Cowon
* Creative Labs
* Dell
* iRiver
* JVC
* Samsung
* Sandisk

View the Tested MP3 Players list for a complete guide to all the MP3 players that have been tested with iTunes Sync.

Change log:

* Added support for synching to subfolders on the MP3 player (for example, the Music folder instead of just synching everything to the root)
* Added an "Album" folder structure option (total of 4 now) that looks like this: AlbumArtist - Song.mp3
* Renamed "Device" to "MP3 Player" throughout the website and application
* Added a checkbox to allow synching without having to delete the files on the MP3 player first (defaults to not delete)
* Show a warning if no MP3 players are configured when opening the "Synchronize MP3 Players" window
* Show a warning if no MP3 players are connected when opening the "Synchronize MP3 Players" window
* Now Highlights the "Files to Delete" box in red if it is going to delete files

Download: iTunes Sync 1.2 freeware
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wow, i never realized the need for this, come to think of it, everyone i know that uses itunes, was because they wanted to get a pretty ipod (no sarcasm intended), then were "forced" to use it...

I like the way it organizes files with the least amount of steps possible, so I would like to use Itunes with a non ipod mp3 player...

great app!!