accessTunes
accessTunes
1.7

4.3

accessTunes free download for Mac

accessTunes1.7

17 December 2007

Access your music anytime, anywhere.

Overview

accessTunes allows you to play your iTunes music through any Web browser like Internet Explorer, Safari, or Firefox. You can even play your music through media players like iTunes or Windows Media Player on other computers.

How exactly does this work? We're glad you asked! First, run the accessTunes program from the computer that stores your iTunes music. Next, you will get a special Web address that you can use in any Web browser on any computer. After entering the address in the Web browser, you will see all of your music and playlists and be able to play them right from the website! You can even download a special file from the website that will let you remotely play your music in other media players like iTunes and Windows Media Player. From the living room, office, hotel, Internet cafe, library, or any other location ... Access Your Music. Anytime. Anywhere.

What's new in accessTunes

Version 1.7: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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11 Reviews of accessTunes

Anonymous
03 March 2005
Version: 1.0

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Wonder how long this will last... I can hear the Apple lawyers shuffling papers already :D
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Doug-S-
18 July 2007
Version: 1.6
Would this allow someone to download the music from that website as well?
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Gaci
28 November 2006
Version: 1.5
wow this was simple. but i wouldnt want to buy this software.. i mean mp3 players are going around everywhere so why would you want to bother carrying around your computers?
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Mamahuhu
03 November 2006
Version: 1.5
Musicast is more eye candy
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3.75
Anonymous
12 May 2005
Version: 1.2
Great, but doesn't work entirely in Tiger. Why: It doesn't always start the server after a Tiger restart. I did in Panther. Request: A Widget that shows whos listening and what they are listening to. That way I would not have to open AccesTunes to see it. And if that is not possible then at least show the name of the dude to which my library is being streamed to.
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4.25
Anonymous
07 March 2005
Version: 1.1
Not work if mp3 are located on another hard drive.
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Anonymous
07 March 2005
Version: 1.1
Not much point in this as there are free alternatives to it. Mt-daapd and daapd. Both compile without problems and as I said are free. And it really isn't that hard to set up at all.
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Anonymous
07 March 2005
Version: 1.1
This product looks very similar to MP3 Sushi, only that also has radio and resampling options.
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Anonymous
04 March 2005
Version: 1.0
does this get rid of the ridiculous 5 person per day sharing limit? if not, does anyone have any idea of ways of getting around this? id rather not go through the hassle of setting up a central server :s
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4.75
Anonymous
04 March 2005
Version: 1.0
Ok, did a port forwarding as instructed in the Read Me file, and now it works superb! Awsome! Wonder when Apple will stop it from working with a new iTunes revision?
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Anonymous
03 March 2005
Version: 1.0
The web-address it makes is for my router and has nothing to do with my external ip. Will it work anyway?
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Anonymous
03 March 2005
Version: 1.0
Wonder how long this will last... I can hear the Apple lawyers shuffling papers already :D
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