I have an iPod Touch, now what?

Thanks to the folks at ClickBooth, I won an iPod Touch. Now that it has finally arrived, I should be jumping for joy.

However, I already have an iPod with over 15gb of capacity left. So I’m wondering how both my new shiny toy and my steady can co-exist in harmony.

I stumbled upon a Lifehacker post about how Gina Trapani uses her iPod and as an external hard drive.

Another friend suggested that I keep all the music on the iPod and put everything else on the iPod Touch. I looked this up on the Apple support site and yes, it is possible.

I do have a list of applications I would like to try like Pandora for the music I can allow, Facebook, Everenote, and Freshbooks iPhone Time tracking App for starters.

I am perusing around the Apps store, but can anyone recommend any other apps that I may like? With the iPod Touch, I am at the mercy of Wi-Fi so be kind. Feel free to comment below.

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  1. Maddie Prueitt August 11, 2010 @ 11:14 pm

    I received an ipod touch for my birthday but my parents will not allow me to “buy” music. They have a huge library of cds and I want to load them to my ipod. Do I have to create an account to do so?

    • Stephanie Cockerl August 12, 2010 @ 12:25 pm

      Hi Maddie,
      You can burn you folks music and transfer it to your iPod.

      1. If you already haven’t done so, download iTunes to your computer.
      2. Open up iTunes and install
      3. Take your folks’ CDs and insert them into your CD Rom Drive.
      4. iTunes will ask if you want to add them to the library.
      5. Go ahead and add.

      I also burned my Dad’s old Jazz and Motown CDs, so I can relate.

      Good Luck.

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