December 3, 2007 in iTunes (E)
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KavaSoft today released KavaTunes, the web jukebox for iTunes. KavaTunes makes websites that look and work just like iTunes, so you can browse, search and play your music from any web browser. KavaTunes features continuous playback, so you can queue up an album or playlist and listen to one song after another.
KavaTunes can add album artwork to your music library, and includes artwork in the catalog. KavaTunes can also create web catalogs that look and work just like an iPod. Visitors can browse and play your music using the familiar iPod clickwheel interface.
Your web catalog is a great way to introduce everyone to your favorite music. Your personalized home page shows your most played artists, recently added albums, recently played songs, and top rated albums. Visitors can then click on the music they like, listen to it online, and buy it directly from the iTunes Store.
KavaTunes costs $35, and can be purchased using PayPal or Kagi. You can try all the features of KavaTunes on part of your library for free.
KavaSoft also announced KavaServices and released new versions of Shoebox, iConquer, HyperImage and Curator. More information is available on the all-new KavaSoft website.
Founded in 2002, KavaSoft is the creator of numerous digital lifestyle applications for Mac OS X, including Shoebox, KavaTunes, iConquer, HyperImage, Curator and KavaServices.