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Editors' Review

This tiny, simple, and free application lets your Yahoo IM buddies see what songs you're listening to in iTunes. One thing we really like about YTunes is it will launch your iTunes jukebox as soon as you click its desktop shortcut. When you play a track, the title, artist, and album info pop up in the same spaces where your IM status usually appears. The program isn't highly configurable, but you can reorder the way in which the song information appears, and you also can tweak the transparency of the program's control panel. Even though YTunes only performs one job, we think folks who frequently chat with other audio junkies will find this add-on a nifty way to learn about new music.
 
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Full Specifications

General

Publisher MicroLogix
Publisher web site http://www.micro-logix.com/
Release Date March 24, 2005
Date Added March 24, 2005
Version 1.00.2

Category

Category MP3 & Audio Software
Subcategory Audio Plugins

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows NT/2000/XP
Additional Requirements Windows NT/2000/XP/2003 Server, Apple iTunes

Download Information

File Size 3.13MB
File Name setup.exe

Popularity

Total Downloads 12,346
Downloads Last Week 6

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License Model Free
Limitations Not available
Price Free
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