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iPod Decloak 1.0 helps access iPod music via Finder

updated 12:50 pm EST, Mon January 12, 2004

iPod Decloak 1.0 released

allows you to see the songs on your iPod on OS X in an organized manner: "This is achieved by creating a Music folder on your iPod that has Aliases that reference the music files on your iPod. These Aliases are then organized into folders according to artist and album. Using these Aliases, you can use the built-in import capabilities of iTunes for adding the music to the music library on your hard drive." A demo is limited to 100 songs, while registration ($2) will remove the limitation.

by MacNN Staff



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    Cool App - no doubt about it. I *really* have a problem dowloading code and sending money to PayPal without knowing who I am dealing with

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