Sometimes, the most popular apps are not always the best choice. For instance iTunes, which may be too big a download for someone who just wants to manage the songs stored in their iPod. If this is your case, take a look at this little app. Its name is YamiPod, an acronym that summarizes this program’s main function perfectly well: Yet Another Manager for iPod. That’s it. Without even needing to install it on your system, YamiPod will take care of your iPod content management, providing you with a clean interface and simple, easy-to-use tools.
Once you copy the program to your PC, you can run it straight away, although it won’t really work until you plug in your iPod. YamiPod will then scan its contents and list all your MP3 folders and files on its interface. Also, the program does not launch automatically when you connect the iPod to your PC, which may be a nuisance for some but certainly a relief for others. I prefer to take control over when and why my software starts up.