April 8, 2011 in iTunes
[prMac.com] Paris, France - eCOMPOSITE announced an update to DeckApp for Mac. DeckApp was formerly a property of Mac and iOS developer Coin-C BVA, and was just bought by eComposite. "I have been using DeckApp since its release over a year ago, and I really loved it. When the AppStore for Mac was released, I started to discuss a purchase as I wanted to have an app quickly, and one that would suit my tastes. I did change several things to make the app better, even for a 1.1, and to be accepted in the Mac App Store." says Cyril Godefroy, founder of eComposite.
DeckApp reads you iTunes library to find and catalog all your albums. It also connects to the Last.fm service to find covers of your albums and scrobble the music you play. You then have a single playlist of albums to play. Once you have finished that playlist, it goes back to the beginning. DeckApp also provides a mini view available at the touch of a keystroke: press it and you get a controller to skip, rewind, change album very quickly.
"I am really looking forward to next sales and feedback from users on DeckApp. I really think that we need a simple, easy way to listen to our music, that's a pleasure to use and see, and DeckApp provides such a great experience. But I want to improve it even more, and make it more simple and lightweight for everybody to enjoy their songs and albums."
* Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later
* 0.5 MB
Pricing and Availability:
DeckApp 1.1 is $14.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the Mac App Store in the Music category.
Located in beautiful in Paris, France, eCOMPOSITE is a small privately held company founded in 2004 by independent software developer Cyril Godefroy. With a focus on GPS, photography and fitness oriented solutions for the iPhone platform, eCOMPOSITE's aim is to develop unique and incredibly useful applications, as well as provide customized development solutions for their clients. Copyright (C) 2004-2009 eCOMPOSITE. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.