YamiPod is a freeware application to efficiently manage your iPod. YamiPod needs no installation and can be run directly from your iPod. Take a look at the feature list to find out what it can do and feel free to suggest anything that might be missing.
What's new: [ADD] better support for new iPods (nano and classic) [ADD] support for iTunes 8.x [ADD] video can be added to iPod
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"Sends and receives NET SEND messages, has the ability to substitute the sender's name with a fake one, supports multiple addressees, flexibly customizable, supports text templates and graphical smileys."
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"Orbz is an action/arcade game set in colorful 3D environments. The objective of the game is to shoot your orb at targets located throughout 14 distinct courses in a race to score the most points. Gameplay contains both intense action and also strategy in planning the best scoring shots. Power-ups, like the Money Shot and Curse of the Goober, are also available to either give you a scoring advantage or to slow down your opponents. In Solo Mode, the player completes a series of progressively difficult challenges that focus on scoring the most points in different scenarios. Bronze, Silver, and Gold medals are awarded for scoring performance and high scores for each challenge are tracked world-wide against all other Orbz players. For every 5 gold medals achieved, the player will also unlock a fancy new Orb to use in Solo or Online mode. Finally, there is a tutorial mode that will teach the player basics controls and scoring strategies. The Online Mode allows Orbz players to compete against each other over the Internet or Local Area Network. Up to 10 players, including computer opponents called Botz, can join a Lobby where the matches will be coordinated by selecting the course to play, number of rounds in the match, and a per-round time limit. A world-wide ranking system is also available for those who wish to compete for the ultimate title of Orbz Champion."