- There is a speaker in the headphone jack, so when the headphones are not plugged in you can still listen to music.
- The loading time is super fast. My old iPod took 24 hours to load all of my songs. This iPod took 30 minutes.
- So many free apps to choose from. Some of my favorites: Lose it (tracks your daily calories and fitness), 2Do (an awesome todo list), TuneWiki (hooks up with radio stations), BudgetTool (lets you set up a monthly and yearly budget), Bible (has the entire Bible, plus lets you set up reading lists), and many more I am sure I haven’t found yet.
- Hooks you up to the internet as long as you are somewhere with wireless access. There are also apps for Twitter, Facebook, and Flickr.
- Has a place for you to store photos.
- You can look at the screen both horizontally and vertically.
- You have to have the iPod plugged into your computer (and has to be turned on) in order for it to recharge the battery.
- The music shuffle is a little difficult to figure out. I hope I’ll get it soon.
- Not loading all of my album cover art. I’m working on that too!
As you can see the good outweighs the bad, and the bad things really aren’t that bad. I am very happy that I chose the Touch over the Classic.