How to Copy/Transfer Songs to iPod Without iTunes | How

Are you the type of person to hammer your iPod to hell because the iTunes update deleted your whole library when the only thing you wanted was to add one song? Or maybe you're the type to bash your monitor with a steel chair because iTunes is lagging so damn heavily as you're updating your iPod. Well, you're not alone. I used to be one of those too. Which is why I scoured the internet in search for something that really does the job simple and fast the way I want it to (copy or transfer songs to my iPod without that annoying iTunes). The result: CopyTrans Manager.

What is the CopyTrans Manager exactly? Well, it's everything that the iTunes is sans the heavy lag and the unnecessary deletion of songs in your library. I use it personally and it never failed me so far.


You don't need instructions to use it. You can easily copy or transfer songs to your iPod without iTunes just by learning its options yourself: Just plug in your iPod, wait for a couple of seconds for the program to read your device, and point and click. And this thing is updated - a lot. It was recently updated - Version 0.928 - on November 24, 2010 and boasts full support for iOS 4.2.1.

If you're into extra service and premiums and all (provided you can shell out a couple of bucks more. Me, I'm content using it free), CopyTrans also offers other services like the iCloner and the CopyTrans Doctor, all ranging from the $19.99 to $39.99 price range. Visit their online store slash website by clicking HERE.

But I'm not saying that the iTunes program isn't needed. It's very much needed because of its essentials. Nonetheless, when it comes to quick copy and transfer of songs to your iPod without using iTunes, take the CopyTrans Manager

If you want to copy and transfer of songs to your iPod without using iTunes and use the CopyTrans Manager instead, click on the link below to be redirected to CNET's Download.com page:

Click HERE to download the CopyTrans Manager for FREE

So that's it. I hope I've helped you on your quest on how to transfer your songs to your iPod without using iTunes.

'Till my next installment.

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