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Sunday February 24, 2008
03:03 PM

Lovable iTunes feature

[ #35744 ]

I accidentally discovered this magnificent iTunes feature.

I am working on our new apartment and I listen to podcasts while doing so. This is a nice way to listen to podcasts, since I find it somewhat hard to do so when at work and when programming.

Anyway when I stop for the day and go home (next door) I can synchronize my iPod with iTunes on my PowerBook. Locate the same podcast in iTunes and start it and it begins from where I was when I stopped listening on the iPod.

I have to check whether this works the other way around also, but I am almost sure it does.

I have experienced this synchronization feature a few times, but not given much thought to it, but today I made a formal test and my suspicion was correct - don't you just love when software actually is smart.

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  • It's a feature that's turned on automatically for all podcasts, though you can turn it on for any track. Do Get Info → Options → Remember playback postion.