Ipod Touch pc music player

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  1. JDMFSeanP

    JDMFSeanP New Member

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    Is there a program I can install just to play the music off of my ipod on my laptop without putting it on my pc other than itunes? (Itunes is big and clunky)
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    JDMFSeanP New Member

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    Anyone? Someome pease help haha.
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    GarnetNGold Active Member

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    Why NOT just listen of your TOUCH or ITUNES. How is it big and clunky?
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    Well he is right, by big and clunky he means that it is a memory hog, it is truthfully one of the worst music apps out there. Unfortunatlly i dont know of many others that offer iPod support. But yea if you got your ipod right there why not just listen to it.
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    Haha I didn't even know iTunes could play iPod touch music.

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    well thats not as dumb a statement as you think. If your ipod is set to auto sync you would never see that it can play the music. However if you update the files on it manualy then you have the option to view the iPods library and play songs from it.
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    Danls92 Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    Your best bet would probably be to just play the music from your laptop, or listen to your iPod. It's a pain, but there's no other way to do it.
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    Google TouchCopy

    It can play your iPod's music.
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    All programs that can copy music from your iPod to your computer can usually play music... But it's ptobably also a memory hog.
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    Sorry to bump this but I was out of town.

    Yeah I agree, I'm asking as I'm getting an Eee PC which only has a 900 mhz processor, and i don't want it getting eaten alive by itunes, but the pc also only has a 4gb SSD, not really there for music.

    I guess I'll just listen to teh pod seperate, which is prolly better for battery life in teh long run anyways.

    Thanks for the help guys!

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