November 24, 2011 in Music and Recording
[prMac.com] Berlin, Germany - Mac and iOS software developer iwascoding releases GarageTunes 1.1, an update to its lightweight, networked music player for OS X with built-in streaming capabilities.
In addition to other Macs, GarageTunes 1.1 streams music to any AppleTV (second generation) on the local network using Apple's AirPlay technology.
GarageTunes 1.1 now uses the Growl notification system to let user know when new Macs running GarageTunes appear on their local network, or when another users starts playing songs an a Mac their are using as speaker.
GarageTunes is the lightweight music player for OS X with built-in streaming capabilities.
GarageTunes finds all the music files on connected hard drives without needing to maintain a special library or pointing it to a certain directory.
Even better, it shows all music files on other Macs running GarageTunes in the same network in a single view.
Last but no least, any Mac or AppleTV (2. Generation) on the local network can be instructed to play songs stored on any other Mac running GarageTunes.
* Mac OS X 10.6 or later
* 1.7 MB
Pricing & Availability:
GarageSale is available immediately from the iwascoding website. A single user license is USD 4.99/EUR 3.99 and can be purchased from within the application or through the Mac App Store. A free demo version limited to 10 minutes is available from the developer's website.
iwascoding is a German software house focused on creating native eBay and PayPal solutions for the Mac and iOS platforms. The company's most popular product is GarageSale, an eBay listing application that accounts for more than 700,000 auctions per month. Copyright (C) 2011 iwascoding GmbH. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod, iPad and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.