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Drive by wire. If you're using one to connect to an audio system with AirPort Express (or directly), you've no doubt noticed one big problem: there's no built-in remote control! If you're connecting to a stereo in the same room, or from the computer you're working at, that's one thing -- but then what's the point of AirPort Express? If it's in a different room, though -- how can you really control it, without any compromises? netTunes. The ultimate iTunes remote! netTunes lets you control iTunes running on one Macintosh from another, using iTunes' native interface. You get the same main window, the same playlists, the same capabilities -- everything! This is incredibly handy for users who are using iTunes to feed an audio system, either directly or with AirPort Express. You no longer have to walk over there to select your music, nor do you have to put up with a semi-functional "remote control" program to change or (even worse) find songs. With netTunes, you simply connect to the server and take complete control of iTunes from the comfort of your current computer. It's that easy -- as easy as iTunes itself!
Price USD19.95
License Purchase
File Size 821.29 kB
Version 2.1.1(999)
Operating System Mac OS X 10.2 Mac OS X 10.3 Macintosh
System Requirements
  • Mac OS X 10.2 or higher
  • iTunes 2.x or higher
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