MyTunesRSS includes an embedded Tomcat server that allows you to access the iTunes library with any web browser. You can create an RSS feed from the results. Any device capable of receiving RSS feeds can get the songs from your iTunes library through the feed. For example, the Playstation Portable can play songs from your iTunes library over WLAN with this application.
- Special iPhone interface from iphone.mytunesrss.com now included in distribution
- Option to recreate a default database if MyTunesRSS cannot initialize database on startup
- Active database update does not prevent MyTunesRSS shutdown anymore
- Fixed encoding problem when using non-encrypted links
- Other minor bug fixes
Reviewing 2.2.4 (Sep 1, 2006)
This is great software.
Simple to setup, nice clean interface. I use it to stream my music from my home laptop to my placement year job PC. Works with no problems, and I have a wireless LAN and am connecting through a D-link router so it's not even the simplest setup.
I've also tried other software such as slimserver, I personally like MyTunesRSS interface far more.
And all for free.
Get it. It saved me shelling out for a 40 gig HDD.
Reviewing 1.1 (May 2, 2006)
The new version brings more features and works flawless. I like it.
By the way, the screenshot is outdated.
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