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Make iTunes play nicely with non-iPod MP3 playerscomment: 1 | Monday, September 19 (2005) 02:11PM | Posted by Austin Vaughan
I guess this has been around for a little while but somehow escaped our attention. From BadFruit.com:
"BadApple is a free plug-in for iTunes which allows you to sync your music library to any MP3 player (not just an iPod). After downloading and installing the software, you will have a "Sync to MP3 player" link you can click on from within iTunes. This will sync all tracks to a MP3 player.
BadApple will work with a wide range of MP3 players such as the Creative Nomad, Dell DJ, Oakley Thump, Archos and more. Any unit that mounts as a USB mass storage device should work well with BadApple. You can even sync to a network drive.
BadApple is free software that you can download here. There is no charge to download the software or use the software. There is no spyware or adware in BadApple. No registration is required. Visit the FAQ and screenshots pages to learn more.
DISCLAIMER: BadApple is NOT from the Beatles. It's also not from Apple Computer Inc. It's definitely not endorsed or approved by Apple. In fact, I'm pretty sure they wouldn't want you to use BadApple."
Anyway, we havn't had a chance to test this yet so if anyone out there has, post something in the comments and let us know how well it works.
It's also interesting to note that BadApple is provided by Michael Robertson who was the original founder of MP3.com. More recently, he started the Lindows/Linspire project which is a linux-based OS for the masses.
thedigitalmusicweblog (via digitalmediathoughts)
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