XPlay 2.3.4 review

£30
Price when reviewed

If you have an iPod, chances are you’ve also installed iTunes and watched as it’s collided with your music collection. But it doesn’t have to be that way – no matter what Apple may have you believe, the two aren’t joined at the hip.

XPlay 2.3.4 review

XPlay has a trial version – but will cost you three times as much. For your money, you’ll get a more flexible product, offering backup and cross-platform data transfer. You can move your music around without having to open up iTunes: just drag and drop or copy and paste into the XPlay music folder and the tracks are automatically organised on your iPod. Inside the XPlay music folder, everything is arranged as seen on the iPod screen.

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