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Two-way photo transfer for iPod and PCs

updated 05:20 pm EDT, Wed July 9, 2008

CopyTrans Photo released

CopyTrans has announced CopyTrans Photo for transferring photos between iPods and Windows PCs. The software allows two-way transfer, allowing users to not only carry photos uploaded from a PC, but also to download photos off an iPod onto other PCs. CopyTrans Photo supports drag-and-drop file transfer and works with any photo-capable iPod, including the iPod Touch and iPhone models. It works with Windows XP and Vista, and costs $50.

The software allows users to navigate photos with thumbnail support, on both PC and iPods, and supports both manual and automatic photo rotation. It can create slideshows for the iPod that can also be played on PC displays as well as allows users to create photo back-ups on external hard drives, and DVD/CD media.







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  1. John1234567890

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    Wonderful!

    I tested this tool. That's excellent.
    It's really convenient to see my iPod and computer photos in a WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get). I can organize my pics quietly and visually instead of that blind synchronization iTunes offers.

    Two thumbs up!

    By the way, it costs US$29.90, not US$50.

  1. John1234567890

    Fresh-Faced Recruit

    Joined: Jul 2008

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    Wonderful!

    I tested this tool. That's excellent!
    It's really convenient to see iPod and computer photos in a WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get) way. I can now organize my pics quietly and visually instead of having to use that blind synchronization with iTunes.

    Two thumbs up!

    By the way, it costs US$29.90, not US$50.

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