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MGTEK dopisp – forget iTunes, Windows Media Player plugin syncs your music directly to your iPhone or iPod


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MGTEK dopisp is a weirdly named plug-in for Windows Media Player that lets you ignore iTunes and sync your MP3 music directly from Media Player to your iPod or iPhone. It supports MP3, MPEG4 video and AAC formats, handles tags and offers automatic conversion of WMA (and other formats) to MP3 pre synch. There’s a free 30 day trial available for download after which it’s $19.95.

 MGTEK dopisp is a plug-in for Windows Media Player that enables you to sync your MP3 music to your iPod directly from within Windows Media Player. There is no external user interface, no fluff, not even a program icon to click on. Just connect your iPod, fire up Windows Media Player, start moving your music to your iPod, and forget that the two once didn’t play together.

 MGTEK dopisp   forget iTunes, Windows Media Player plugin syncs your music directly to your iPhone or iPod

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

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  • Steve

    or get Winamp! Itunes, boo..

  • Davin Peterson

    Forget about the iPod and iPhone. The Creative ZEN players work directly in Windows Media Player, no plug in needed. Plus the ZEN supports WMA, WAV, WMV and AVI. Creative pioneered the MP3 players and invented the iPod’s interface, which Apple stole and now Creative doesn’t get any recognition.

  • http://hubpages.com/hub/windowsmediaplayerdvd dany

    One of my friend set the windows media player to the ipod. It gives the good sound with clarity. It is very useful article for me knowing the windows media player. Thank you for giving this useful article.

  • FTO

    dont run this if u have fw 2.1.x
    u'll have to restore afterwards.

  • Mike

    Unfortunately, this doesn't support the 3.1 firmware on my iPhone. I hope a version will soon come out that does.

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