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Review: iRip software captures music, more off iPods

updated 12:45 am EDT, Wed March 16, 2011

Restores files and purchases back to Mac

MacNN has reviewed The Little App Factory's iRip, software that can save a user's iTunes library if their hard drive fails by recovering the files off the user's iPod. The software can recover not only music, book, podcast, ringtone and other files, but also purchases bought and downloaded directly to the mobile device -- a rarity among iPod-to-Mac recovery tools. Is iRip 2 the best of the various alternate iTunes recovery programs? We'll find out in our full review.

by MacNN Staff



  1. MyRightEye

    Joined: Dec 1969




  1. PJL500

    Joined: Dec 1969



    does what it says on the can - rips you off. Stay away, there are alternatives DeTune etc.

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