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Post by reconry on Fri Dec 17, 2010 10:13 am

The built-in HD camera of iPod touch 4 perfects iPod touch further. No matter where you are, iPod touch and its built-in HD camera will accompany you so that you can always record every wonderful moment. Some great photo apps in Apple App Store can enhance your iPod touch photography experience by enabling you to edit your photos easily.

Both iRetouch Lite and Polarize could assist you to retouch photos and do a series of modifications to your photos. Free Photo Filters offers you some photo filters, such as Lomography Filter, Polarizing Filter, Black and White Filter, and Retro Effect Filter. To make some fun, you can swap faces in a photo or between two different photos with iSwap Faces and merge your photos with interesting background through the iFunto Lite app. Night Camera, an amazing app, can take accelerometer readings to ensure the steadiness of the camera before the shutter fires and sharpen photographs at night.

With all these apps, you can conveniently customize your photos. But how could you transfer these beautiful photos from iPod touch to PC and share them with friends since iTunes only offers one way to sync files from PC to iPod? Aiseesoft iPod Transfer is the best option and it could help you transfer your photos from iPod to computer without any loss.

Aiseesoft iPod Transfer is a specially designed iPod to Computer Transfer for iPod users to transfer videos, audio and photos from iPod to computer for backup. Also this iPod Transfer can also play the role of a Computer to iPod Transfer, which provides you with perfect solution to add video/audio/photo files to iPod without the help of iTunes.

Besides of the basic transferring functions, this professional iPod Transfer also possesses powerful converting functions. With it, you can easily convert source files and DVD to iPod supported formats, such as MP4, M4V, MP3, WMV, M4A, M4B, M4P, etc. and export the converted files directly to your iPod.

Aiseesoft iPod Transfer supports all iPod/iPhone/iPad versions, such as iPod 1G/2G/3G/4G, iPod classic, iPod mini, iPod nano 1, iPod nano 2, iPod nano 3, iPod nano 4, iPod shuffle 1, iPod shuffle 2, iPod shuffle 3, iPod touch, iPod touch 2, iPod touch 3, iPod touch 4, iPod Video, iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, and iPad.

In summary, Aiseesoft iPod Transfer, the perfect assistant to your iPod, can help you transfer files between iPod and computer smoothly. The following guide is how to transfer your ipod stuff to your computer for Win and Mac users.

For Windows User:
Part 1: How to transfer iPod photo, music and videos to computer




Step 1: Connect your iPod.
Run the software, and connect your iPod/iPhone to your computer via USB cable. After done, the iPod/iPhone icon and its library and playlists will appear in the Device list.

Step 2: Find your files
Open the library/playlist that you want to export files, and then check the file(s) you want to export in the file list.

Step 3: Backup files
Click “iPod to computer” button to select the destination of the exporting files and start exporting files.

For Mac users:
iPod Manager for Mac is the best tool for you to backup your iPod music and videos to your Mac and transfer music and videos from your Mac to your iPod without itunes.


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Post by gossipman on Tue May 10, 2011 5:29 pm

Well a couple of things Rene…1.) It's Gingerbread 2.3, not 3.0. 2.) Yes, Sony is a part of this, but it's STILL a joint venture. Meaning it's a whole different crew up in them parks.Finally3.) What's your point…I mean, for YEARS everyone has been parading apps, apps, and more apps. Apps is the future, apps is now, how big your app store, mines is bigger, better, and harder.Is not Game Center an app? Is not Xbox Live an app? I mean, are they supposed to create a WHOLE new OS just to deliver a gaming center on a phone? That's ludicrous. They did exactly what they were supposed to do. It was either WP7 or Android (since those the only OSes you can take…that matter at least, lol). Seeing as WP7 is clearly Xbox, it falls to Android.This is the right step. It makes it easy to create and distribute (to future phones of course, because they have said it COULD see other handsets, but I myself highly doubt that).In the end though…I don't see it going TOO far. Unless they market the hell out of that Playstation brand, it will follow the line of every other US SE release. They take too long on delivering products out of SE…that's their major flaw. mac dvd to ipod converter Interesting. Just like when they purchased me.com, this should result in something we'd browse to…otherwise they would not have paid $4.5m for it.

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