May 15, 2014 - Toronto based Aeolian Apps releases Tunelet 1.0.0, an all inclusive iTunes sidekick that runs completely from the Mac OS X menubar. It is accessible from anywhere and does not interrupt your current workflow or hide parts of your screen. Tunelet not only lets you control iTunes and see what is playing right from the menubar, it also lets you quickly rate your songs as you are listening to them, search your iTunes library, and change the iTunes volume simply by scrolling over the menubar.
Apr 30, 2014 - M4VGear Inc. is pleased to announce the release of DRM Media Converter 1.0.7, an update to their powerful DRM remover for OSX. DRM Media Converter helps the user remove DRM from iTunes purchases and rentals with needed subtitles preserved. With this powerful DRM removal software, you can now enjoy DRM-free iTunes movies in the language you want much easier. Version 1.0.7 includes AppleScript and Automator support as well as enhances output video streaming on Apple TV and Plex Media Server.
Nov 29, 2013 - Moscow based developer, Roman Sokolov today introduces Expanse 1.0.1 for Macintosh, an update to its popular web server that allows you to access your iTunes video library from anywhere in the world. Using an ordinary Internet browser, Expanse also allows users to create video podcasts using their iTunes library as a source of Movies and TV shows. In addition to fixing bugs, the update now gives users the ability to subscribe to podcasts using a podcatcher application like Instacast.
Nov 08, 2013 - Indie developer, Jendrik Bertram today announces the public beta of iFlicks 2.0, the first major update of iFlicks for Mac OS X. iFlicks has integrated video muxing and encoding capabilities for users to choose the best option to quickly import their video files into iTunes and automatically complete them with metadata and beautiful artwork. iFlicks 2.0 features a redesigned and more powerful interface, improved chapter and subtitle support, faster processing, and more powerful rules.
May 20, 2013 - Nominari today announces matchTag 1.5 for OS X, an update to its utility that allows users to locate the correct track info and selectively revise it for every song in their Music Library. matchTag achieves this via Apple's iTunes Match subscription service, which replaces all songs uploaded to iCloud that were not purchased on the iTunes Store with 256-Kbps, AAC, DRM-free originals. When re-downloaded to the Mac, the app revises selected track info and cover art, including Name and Artist.
Nov 07, 2012 - Independent software developer, Claus Zimmermann announces Heavy Rotation for iTunes 1.1, a new version of his lightweight OS X app that gives you a quick and easy way to access all the tracks you are currently playing the most in iTunes. Heavy Rotation automatically determines the songs you are playing the most in iTunes. The application lets you play your favorite songs, control iTunes and search your music library right from your menubar without interrupting your current workflow.
May 25, 2012 - Wizsoft Inc. today introduces Music Pub 1.0, its new music player for Mac OS X. Shake your music thirst with Music Pub. Featuring a comfortable interface with various functionality, Music Pub enables you to control almost everything you can do with iTunes. Music Pub looks like a glass of cool beer, making you feel like quenching your thirst. It can recall your entire playlist in your iTunes Library. And users can easily share what they are listening to though their Twitter account.
Jan 07, 2012 - Aroona Software today releases VideoDrive 2.5 for Mac OS X. With one click, VideoDrive adds your video collection to iTunes. By adding your video files to iTunes, you can easily organize them and watch them on the go on your iPhone, iPad or AppleTV. VideoDrive supports all current video formats, and imports videos with or without conversions. VideoDrive can monitor any folder for new videos, even when it is not running. Queued videos are imported in the background fast and easily.
Jul 18, 2011 - Indie developer Jendrik Bertram today announces iFlicks 1.4, an update to his video utility for Mac OS X. Featuring an easy-to-use interface, iFlicks will convert and optimize video files to play on iTunes, Front Row, iPod, iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. Imported into iTunes, videos can be organized by adding metadata, such as title, episode, cast, genre, etc. Version 1.4 can create video files from H.264 content (.mkv, .flv) that will be directly playable on Apple devices without re-encoding.