Tired of sitting around, watching the clock during your power hour? This is a simple little application that will orchestrate a power hour based on any itunes playlist. The program will take 60 seconds of 60 songs and play them consecutively or randomly, while letting the user know at any moment the status of his or her hour of power.
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I like it, but I have seen other versions where you can play a sound clip in between the tracks for those who aren't totally paying attention to the music. If this isn't a tough addition, it might be cool to see on the next version.
I wanted to like this. And from the write up to the simple interface I thought it would be an easy piece of software to like...if only it did what it was supposed to.
I plats random sounds bites...why? Who wants that. Secondly, even if you tell it play from the beginning...it doesn't.
And the software is only random if you have chosen your entire library in iTunes already.
This is a good idea, but it's not ready for public consumption. Stick it back in the oven and let it cook a little while longer.
Sweet. One of those things I never knew I needed. Only thing missing is a bit of customization. One thing in particular that might be nice is the ability to choose which playlist/artist the random songs are chosen from.
Keep up the good work!
Does what it's supposed to do.
A couple of things that could improve it:
Full Screen Mode that I can output to a second monitor (TV)
Changable colors, fonts, and maybe even custom text.
Other than that, a solid app.