Entire iTunes libraries at your finger tips

August 14, 2008
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It’s been available for a few months for unlocked iPhones, but Simplify Media’s iPhone application has finally hit Apple’s App Store. Simplify Media’s software, which can also be used on the iPod Touch, will let users stream entire iTunes libraries wirelessly.

Start by downloading the desktop version of Simplify Media’s software for the PC, Mac or Linux and create a screen name. Then find and download Simplify Media’s iPhone application from iTunes or directly from the iPhone or iPod Touch.

The software will let you stream your entire iTunes music catalog and those that belong to up to 30 of your friends who also have the application running on their computers.

Bloggers reported that an earlier version of the software for the iPhone was buggy. We haven’t played around with the latest version yet. The iPhone software is free for the first 100,000 downloaders, Gizmodo says. (Gizmodo)

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