DOT-TUNES
DOT-TUNES
4.3.0.8

3.0

DOT-TUNES free download for Mac

DOT-TUNES

4.3.0.8
10 July 2011

Share iTunes music tracks via a browser.

Overview

DOT.TUNES is a fully developed Web server application that supports mp3, AAC, aiff, .wav, mpeg, mp4, and .mov files, allowing you to share your iTunes library contents with your friends in other cities, your classmates across the dorm or the coworkers scattered throughout the building.[1] DOT.TUNES contains a custom Web server designed specifically to serve the audio tracks from your iTunes at lightning fast speeds. Through seamless integration with your iTunes database, DOT.TUNES easily handles large libraries[2] without missing a beat.

Advanced features like the flash player, file uploads, podcasting and RSS feeds allow your subscribers to easily stay up-to-date with your latest adventures. Whether you're making new music by the hour, doing bad pop karaoke in your living room or working on a video diary of your cat, keeping your friends in the loop is as easy as one click. DOT.TUNES allows you to create your own podcast just like the big boys, except with no server or subscription fees.

It's been said that there are two types of computer users: Those who get this joke and those who don't. Whichever category you fall in, you don't have to worry with DOT.TUNES. You don't have to don't know HTML from http. If you've worked iTunes, you're qualified. Download, installation and setup are that easy and intuitive.

Your computer and its contents are always secure. DOT.TUNES works by reading your iTunes library file and never interferes with the contents of your computer. You choose the listeners you invite to your private network and they only have access to the files that you decide. You choose how much access each person has. Dynamic controls allow for an endless array of possibilities spread out amongst as many users as you wish. And no one comes to the party without your say so.

Playing DJ at an iPod party or trying to settle an argument about song lyrics or has never been easier. As long as you have an Internet connection, you can log onto your DOT.TUNES server and get the song you need when you need it. You can browse your collection by playlist, genre, artist, genre, album, composer or designated favorites. And, just like in iTunes, a powerful search function allows you to go through your music by keyword.

If you're really in a crunch, you don't even need a computer. Any Web enabled phone, Sony PSP or PDA will do. DOT.TUNES works fine on all browsers.

With DOT.TUNES' shared folder function, you never have to be without a vital piece of information again. Any file of any type can be made available to you via the web. And you never have to worry about the integrity of your computer. Access to the shared folder is controlled by the same protocols as your DOT.TUNES music. You decide who, if anyone, gets in. Ease your mind

Some Features:

  • Stream playlists to your blog/website
  • User created playlists and favorites
  • Streaming-only capability
  • Remote control ability over local networks
  • Real-time activity monitoring
  • Control/limit the amount of simultaneous downloads
  • Album art support
  • File Uploads
  • Remote Playlist Creation
  • Flash Player support

[1] DOT.TUNES is not to be used in violation of existing copyright laws. We do not encourage you to distribute files without the expressed permission of the owner(s).

[2] Libraries over 30,000 songs have been successfully tested.

You must remember at all times that if you do not own the sound recording of the music then you must not make it available to share with others unless you have legal permission to do so from the owner of the music and the owner of the sound recording.

What's new in DOT-TUNES

Version 4.3.0.8: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

48 DOT-TUNES Reviews

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Darukaru
31 August 2007

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Give away a crippled app for free, then sell "plugins" ($20 a pop, $40 for a bundle) to restore functionality to it? Interesting business model, to be sure.
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Version 4.0
Ttmn
20 November 2010
I wish I read earlier review before I purchased two plug-ins from them last week and spent $60. Not cool to disappear but leave your business online, not answer emails from people who payed you money for product that you claim you support.
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Version 4.2.0.41
David-Perez
07 November 2009
Anyone know what happened to Jeff and Dot Tunes? After a year off, I recently started using the program again (and I spent something like $80 on plug-ins over the years). However, cannot get it to work with Snow Leopard and the iPhone 3GS. The QuickTime playback doesn't work, whether on the iPhone or even on servers computer, hence it's useless/broke. I'm just wondering why Dot-Tunes hasn't responded to my e-mail from last week, the on-line live help is down, the forums/blog seemingly have been taken down. Did they go out of business?
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Version 4.2.0.41
Landi
21 April 2009
Works very fine .
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Version 4.2.0.41
Cerebrl
13 September 2008
I have not had much time to play with the software, but I must say that the customer support is fast and nice. I had a problem with my activation key (actually it was my fault), but they reset it for me anyways, and replied within 24 hours. And, it was over a weekend! [Cerebrl]
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Version 4.2.0.41
Tekl
05 September 2008
I can't test this App as it doesn't see my Library. The list is completely empty. Maybe it doesn't like a moved music library.
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Version 4.1.1.3
1 answer(s)
Jeff-Ayling
Jeff-Ayling
13 September 2008
Heya TEKL, You may like to try this latest build - the import issue will certainly be fixed. Cheers Jeff
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Version 4.2.0.41
Jeff-Ayling
10 July 2008
Hi all, This version of DOT.TUNES has been released to coincide with the release of the iPhone 3G. This build contains support for the new DOT.iPHONE Version 2.0 Plugin which can stream an entire playlist, to your iPhone or iPod Touch, one track after the other - without having to click to play each track! Enjoy :-) Jeff
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Version 4.1.1.3
Rtcruz1
28 December 2007
I can't get this app to work.. and I'm just trying to access iTunes on my G4 on my internal network... I haven't even tried accessing it using the external IP.. The program locks up.. I have not been able to successfully listen to a song, or watch a video yet..
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Version 4.0.0.70
1 answer(s)
Jeffers
Jeffers
13 January 2008
Hi there, Has DOT.TUNES imported your iTunes data yet? At what stage does it hang? Please drop us an email at team@dottunes.net and we'd love to help. Cheers Jeff
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Version 4.0.0.70
E^2
27 November 2007
I am not willing to tollerate, that dot.tunes redirects me from MY machine to THEIR webspace, if I access dot.tunes via my iPod touch. Giving away the basic app for free does not in any way entitle the developpers to implement such a "feature".
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Version 4.0.0.70
1 answer(s)
Jeffers
Jeffers
13 January 2008
heya, The reason you are directed back to DOT.TUNES is that you need to install the DOT.TOUCH Plugin so that the iPod Touch interface will appear. We are not redirecting you to our site for any other reason than so that you can grab the plugin and access your music on your Touch. Cheers Jeff
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Version 4.0.0.70
Jeffers
19 September 2007
We have received many emails regarding the iPod Touch. We have almost completed development and should have the DOT.TOUCH Plugin available very soon. By the way - download today and receive the DOT.ARTWORK Plugin FREE. Cheers Jeff
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Version 4.0.0.67
Darukaru
31 August 2007
Give away a crippled app for free, then sell "plugins" ($20 a pop, $40 for a bundle) to restore functionality to it? Interesting business model, to be sure.
Like (4)
Version 4.0
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3.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.2.8 or later
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