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PUBLIC MARKS from rmaltete with tags utilitaire & itunes

2009

2008

Tune•Instructor

Pour gérer les MP3 + paroles

ShareTool

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Access your Bonjour Services from anywhere, securely. Scenario: You've just purchased a brand new iMac and MacBook and are simply loving it. You've set up your home or office network exactly the way you want it. You have file sharing between the two machines and can transfer your documents easily between them; you can listen to your iMac's iTunes Library from the MacBook and view your MacBook's iPhoto Library from your iMac. Everything on your network works exactly as you want it to and life is beautiful. What happens when you have to leave (i.e. work or travel) the comfort of your new custom configured network? Wouldn't it be nice to know that with one mouse click you will be able to access almost everything you've just setup from anywhere in the world securely? Before ShareTool, this was simply not possible without an extremely (if at all possible) complicated setup even for those in the know. Not anymore! With ShareTool, that complex procedure is reduced to a simple mouse click and as a result, yes, you can be at two places at the same time! ShareTool lets you access all of the Bonjour services on your home network from anywhere in the world. This includes iTunes Music Sharing, Screen Sharing, File Sharing, printing, and more. With ShareTool, you can listen to your entire iTunes music library at work, control the screen of any of your home computers, or grab that important file you forgot to bring with you. And this is simply the tip of the iceberg. With ShareTool, it's as if you've never left your own network! Some of the new features of ShareTool include the following: Simple Setup: ShareTool automatically configures routers supporting NAT-PMP or UPnP. Easy Access: Remote services automatically appear in Finder, iTunes, and other applications. Compatibility: ShareTool enables remote access for any application or service that advertises itself using Bonjour and runs over TCP/IP. Security: All network traffic is strongly encrypted. Access to your services requires your Mac OS X username and password. Dynamic domain name support On the fly compression: Transfer large files quickly. Secure web browsing: surf the internet using your own browser securely. and much more!

2007

iPhoneDrive

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keep your files on your phone access your music, photos and notes Just a few more things your iPhone does. Use your iPhone or iPod Touch for file storage, ensuring that you always have your important data backed up. Additionally, iPhoneDrive provides easy access to your iTunes media, iPhoto albums and notes. Simply drag music, videos and notes from the iPhone or iPod Touch to your desktop or simply double-click to copy.

2006

coverscout

Scout Album Covers - A Must Have for every iTunes/iPod user Every hero needs a sidekick - CoverScout adds a bit of flavor to iTunes and jumps in when iTunes reaches its boundaries. CoverScout the must have for every iTunes/iPod user.

iTaf - New Generation Of Alarm Clock

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iTaf is a simple and easy to use alarm clock working with iTunes. * Features Create alarms clock to wake up with iTunes. * Create countdown alarm to sleep in with iTunes. * Wake or Start your computer. * Many options to set iTunes startup (repeat, shuffle, visuals, fade in...) * Many options to set iTunes end (fade out, sleep or shutdown computer) * iTaf is an Universal Binary. * Translation : English & French.

FetchYourLyrics

FetchYourLyrics is a small utility that lets you view the lyrics of a song that is playing in iTunes® without opening the Get Info panel (using Command I). Apparently, Apple® never took into account that users might want to sing along with their favourite songs. If you are one of these users, then now you can double-click FetchYourLyrics' icon and start singing without mistakes!

2005

Clutter by Sprote Rsrch.

by 1 other
Clutter is a small Mac OS X application that lets you put music CDs on your desktop. You can drag them anywhere -- they're really windows. Line them up neatly or put them in piles, it's your choice. Each one looks like the real CD's cover, and double-clicking it tells iTunes -- or your SqueezeBox or SoundBridge -- to play that CD.