XPlay expands what you can do with any iPod, including the iPhone and touch, and a Windows computer. From copying music off your iPod to copying photos on, XPlay fills in the holes giving you more power to manage your music, photos and more.
XPlay 3 has always given you direct access to your iPod, meaning when you plug in your iPod it is listed as a drive on your system. Now that power is added for iPhone and iPod touch users. There is no application, no middle man to get in the way. Simply click on your iPod and start organizing.
XPlay also believes in cross-platform harmony. XPlay includes MacDrive technology enabling you to use both Mac and Windows formatted iPods with any XP or Vista computer. You also get management options. While XPlay is the perfect complement to iTunes, XPlay also makes it possible to use your iPod with Windows Media Player or Vista Media Center.
XPlay gives iPhone and iPod touch users drive letter access, meaning you can access your phone and touch like any other disk. Go to "My Computer" and your device will now be listed. You can now browse everything and even copy music off your iPhone and touch. As an added bonus you can now use your iPhone and touch as an external drive. Copy any file directly to the phone or touch and transfer that file to another computer.
XPlay integrates your iPod with Windows Media Player 11 giving you the power to manage your music and photos with more than iTunes. Thanks to XPlay, your iPod will appear as a Portable Device in Media Player making it possible to sync your music and photos.
- Added: Compatibility with iPod Nano 5th-generation (read-only)
- Added: Compatibility with iPod Shuffle 3rd-generation (read-only)
- Fixed: Compatibility with 1st, 2nd, and 3rd-generation iPods
- Windows Vista (32-bit), or XP (32-bit, SP2 or newer) computer
- Windows Media Player 11
- iPhone/iPod touch require iTunes 8 (or newer)
- Compatible with all models of Apple iPod