- 19 Mar 2004
Some might argue the legal implications of this device, however, I’m confident that anyone using this would only be swapping non-copyrighted material.
Cool little gadget if I actually spent money on an Mp3 player. iPods and all those players look cool but they just are something I don't need. I've also seen quite a few friends have iPods just up and die for no reason.How does miShare handle DRM files, such as locked purchases from the iTunes Store?
miShare is a personal publishing device for sharing your own media, including videos and photos, any time and anywhere. miShare strictly honors all digital rights management (DRM), including purchases from Apple's iTunes. miShare does not unlock DRM. Locked DRM files are copied to the disk area of the target iPod, for fresh authorization with a valid password. iTunes purchases can be authorized for multiple computers and iPods.