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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Show 278. It’s little more than iPods, but i like it. Apple’s “It’s only Rock and Roll” event coverage. Create free iPhone ringtones in Garageband ’09. Podcast playlists not syncing after iTunes 9 upgrade? Finding some “missing” iTunes 9 features.

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For those who have hacked their iPhone, Erica Sudun has put together another little gem of an app called Listen, that lets your iPhone identify songs that it hears playing on your radio, on the TV, or where ever.

Listen is in beta, and the version I’m using is “beta 06” which has a nicer push-button interface than initial releases, and some more useful functionality. Because it’s beta, I should say use it at your own risk—but that pretty much goes for any app you’ve installed on your hacked iPhone or iPod touch.

If you haven’t hacked your iPhone yet, directions to help you can be found here. You can download the Listen app from the Multimedia section of the iPhone Installer app, simply listed as “Listen”. After you do so, it’s going to be listen in your Springboard home screen with a purple icon. To start it, just tap on the icon.


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