iRip (formerly named iPodRip, renamed due to iPod trademark) is a commercial iPod recovery tool for Mac OS X, Windows XP and Windows Vista. It features an iTunes style interface, iPod media transfer, and integration with iTunes. It was originally released in August 2003 and has since had over 5 million downloads.
iRip supports all iPods (including iPod touch) and all iPhones.
It was developed for the Hack Show during MacHack 2003. However, the developer never demonstrated it thinking the hack "too simple" when compared to Unstoppable Progress and Interface UnBuilder, both of which wowed the audience.