Apple iPod

  Bingalau 14:51 07 Dec 05

If I buy an Apple iPod, am I confined to only using iTunes when downloading music etc.? Bingalau

  ade.h 15:27 07 Dec 05

I think there are a few sites, mostly from the US, that sell AAC files now. I can't remember their names, though. See what a web search throws up.

  ade.h 15:30 07 Dec 05

I'm pretty certain that I saw them mentioned on The Gadget Show recently, but the site's links page changes weekly so they've gone.

  Bingalau 15:30 08 Dec 05

Thanks for help folks. I thought I had sent an answer to this thread but somehow I must have missed doing so...Perhaps I have posted it on another site by accident? Hope not, I don't want the FE after me. Is "iTunes" just confined to AAC files then? I must confess I need instruction in the difference in files. If anyone is inclined to tell me how they work can they keep it, like me, simple?

  bremner 16:27 08 Dec 05

You can use mp3 in iTunes as well as AAC

  Bingalau 17:06 08 Dec 05

Great..Thanks for that folks... It was all I wanted to know...Bingalau

  Kate B 12:43 09 Dec 05

If you're talking about managing the iPod, no, you don't have to use iTunes. I like Xplay but there's Ephpod, too.

  Bingalau 15:39 09 Dec 05

Thanks for the comments ade.h; bremner and Kate B. All appreciated .. Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year to all.. Bingalau

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