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iPod can be used not only for listening to music

03 May 2023, 13:01, parser
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iPod is one of the most popular music players. It is compact and, as many believe, damn easy to manage. But the main thing is something else — its frenzied popularity has led to the fact that enthusiasts have created a bunch of programs, services and sites that may be useful for iPod owners. The Open Culture blog explains how to use this Apple product in education.

  1. The most obvious is reading the encyclopedia «Wikipedia ». To do this, you will need the free program Encyclopodia
  2. Watching a DVD. For Windows, Mac OS X and Linux there is a free program with which you can watch DVD on iPod
  3. Watching YouTube lessons. The ConvertTube service allows you to convert videos posted on YouTube into a format that the iPod understands. So now you can have speeches of Nobel laureates and courses of the University of Berkeley in your player.
  4. Reading e-books. There is no support for e-book reading in the iPod itself, but this drawback has been eliminated by third-party developers. You can also read books in the player.
  5. Metro maps. If you are going on a trip abroad (business or tourist visit, study), it would be nice to have a subway map in your iPod, right? Then you are here iSubwayMaps (and here you can find out how to download Google Maps to iPod)

10 Ways to Make Your iPod a Better Learning Gadget [Open Culture]

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