iTunes Monitor for Mac

iTunes Monitor for Mac

Average User Rating:
4.2
out of 12 votes
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Quick Specs

Version:
1.1
File Size:
181.39KB
Date Added:
December 02, 2003
Price:
Free
Operating Systems:
Mac OS X 10.2/10.3
Total Downloads:
45,720
Downloads Last Week:
4
Additional Requirements:
  • Mac OS X 10.2 or higher
  • iTunes 4.x or higher
  • Publisher's Description

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    • All Versions:

      4.2

      out of 12 votes

      • 5 star: 7
      • 4 star: 3
      • 3 star: 1
      • 2 star: 0
      • 1 star: 1
    • Current Version:

      4.1

      out of 8 votes

      • 5 star: 5
      • 4 star: 1
      • 3 star: 1
      • 2 star: 0
      • 1 star: 1
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    • 1 stars

      "YES"

      April 21, 2007   |   By KHAISLUV

      Version: iTunes Monitor 1.1

      Pros

      EVERYTHING

      Cons

      TAKES TO LONG

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    • 4 stars

      "Great idea, poor implementation"

      July 18, 2006   |   By VersionTrackerUserOpinion

      Version: iTunes Monitor 1.1

      Summary

      This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
      This would be a nice little program, if only it did what it promises to do. I mainly use it to see who is leeching music off my iTunes, and it usually gets the number of connected users wrong. Very wrong. So all it does is sit on your dock and look pretty.

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    • 5 stars

      "windows version?"

      November 08, 2005   |   By munni117

      Version: iTunes Monitor 1.1

      Cons

      he should create a windows version.

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    • 5 stars

      "Does one simple thing very well"

      May 11, 2004

      Version: iTunes Monitor 1.1

      Summary

      I've got iTunes sharing in my office and I always wondered who's listening to my music and what they're listening to. This simple app tells me just that. I have it running on a G5 as well as an old lime green iMac. Both run iTunes Monitor in OS 10.3 without any hitches. Great software! I wonder how long it will take before Apple pays this guy 10 grand and incorporates it into the next version of iTunes, because they certainly should.

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    • 5 stars

      "exactly what i've been looking for"

      January 27, 2004

      Version: iTunes Monitor 1.1

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    • 3 stars

      "One step forward, one step back..."

      December 03, 2003   |   By Xapplimatic

      Version: iTunes Monitor 1.1

      Summary

      This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
      Well, the UI is cleaner. It now resizes and redraws everything ok under Jaguar and Panther. Plus one star from previous review.

      The cumbersome package installer is nolonger used (yeah!). Plus another star from previous review.

      The preferences for how much time it takes between updates however don't seem to work.. it seems to take as long as it feels like depending on which way the bitstream blows. It also frequently drops out the filenames being shared (as I could be sharing music both ways with another Mac and I see the red dot by its IP number, but the filename it was sharing suddenly disappears but the other Mac is still playing that shared file.. so its reliability is in question. Right now, it seems pretty flakey.. Minus one star gained.

      A very odd internet address (!) popped up in connected users labelled "XML.Amazon.com" for a few seconds while I was watching, then it turned into "unknown.level3.net" (earthlink?) while I was still watching wide-eyed.. Then it disappeared.. I'm wondering if iTunes Monitor uncovered internet hacking on my local Airport network or if it was some odd bug where it was watching http connections in Safari? Don't know.. This points back to the previous criticism that the program needs a history function (which as I understand the author is working on for the next release)...

      I'll give it 5 stars when it does exactly what it sets out to with stability and has a logging / history function.. :)

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    • 5 stars

      "sweet, mostly"

      December 03, 2003   |   By *nix

      Version: iTunes Monitor 1.1

      Summary

      This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
      installs and boots great, simple to configure. very clean interface. nice job.

      couple of things:
      -elevators don't appear to work all that well with small windows
      -processor spikes a fair bit, so i don't leave it running, just launch it to take names and then shut it down

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