The 20 Best iPod Utilities

ipodclass3.jpgLifehacker has assembled a great list that will help you maximize the use of your iPod. Here, they point you to free software that will let you 1) rip a DVD to your iPod, 2) copy music and videos to and from your iPod, and also from and to any computer, 3) load videos (and particularly YouTube videos) to you iPod, 4) put Wikipedia on your iPod, 5) free yourself from using iTunes, 6) backup your iPod, etc.

Check out the full list here and learn to make your iPod a better learning/entertainment tool.

PS: A very similar list of iPod tips was published a few days ago over at, and they were kind of enough to include a link to one of our old features. Have a look here too.

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  • Carol A says:

    What I would like to see is some really good software that lets me manage podcasts for my non-ipod! (And don’t say Juice – it’s a lemon!) Itunes puts everything into a folder called “podcasts” whether it is an audio book or a news article, resorting it and re-tagging is a painful procedure. I use Windows Media player but this can be rather quirky. If not tagged correctly it gets jumbled when moved onto my Sandisk Sansa.

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