UniPlayer
UniPlayer
20

5.0

UniPlayer free download for Mac

UniPlayer20

21 September 2018

The look and feel of iOS in just one place.

Overview

UniPlayer is an Applescript-based application that performs various different tasks from it's main window. With it, you can access hard disks, the web, write and recall notes and, especially, play the user's iTunes music. Each item carries basic features which, in most cases, is all it takes! Several - music, books, Internet - can run simultaneously and also controlled using the standard Mac OS shortcuts. All of this with an iOS look-and-feel! And, by simulating a real device, click on the botton's window to proceed or cancel tasks.

What's new in UniPlayer

Version 20:
  • New interface and general improvements

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6 Reviews of UniPlayer

Stormchild
22 April 2008
Version: 12

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Although the idea of an iTunes controller that looks like a 5G iPod is kind of cute, it would be impractical at best -- if it worked properly. I tried this out briefly, and found it is nearly impossible to control it with circular motions around the clickwheel, and couldn't get it to actually do anything. Even if it actually worked, this is the sort of thing I would delete within a few minutes, upon realizing that iTunes' default mini player window is far more practical and convenient. This is pretty bad. Good luck charging people $10 for it. You couldn't pay me to use this.
(4)
Sleek
25 November 2015
Version: 16
This is trial, it should be in commercial App. not listed as free App. and for this I will give only 1 star. Beware this will cost you $9.00
(0)
5
Alves
16 July 2009
Version: 2S
The added web capabillity is very nice, turning the application more versatile yet. It also shows that it was made not to be a replacement to iTunes. I know that many people that prizes this application will never post comments here, while other "reviewers" like stormchilds and macmellows - whose only purpose is to depreciate not the work but who made it - take place, compelling us to a wrong judgement. Because of this I am giving five stars to turn back the rating average bar to the midle. People must have the opportunity to make their own opinion.
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dajonel
15 July 2009
Version: 2S
Very poor... While the controller looks pretty cool, it doesn't do much and it's functionality is very minimal. The only thing I would want it for, to control music, it doesn't do well and the only option under "Music" is to sort by song. There is no option to choose the playlist or anything like that. Also, while scrolling through my many songs the window disappeared and it opened it's own web browser window. Finally, the "clock" or whatever it is intended to be, is inaccurate and keeps changing the time every two seconds. And not to be to critical about something minor, but what's with the version numbering? It's very confusing and hard to keep track. In summary, it doesn't work well at all, it lacks features, however it looks pretty good.
(3)
Alves
25 April 2008
Version: 12
At this date - Apr 25 2008 - I replaced the disc image with a new and improved release. Thanks.
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Alves
23 April 2008
Version: 12
This is a handy (and singular) application, althouth the difficulty of use on too fast processors. But, as explained in the Read Me file, we can also reset and select the menu items one by one with the TAB key. One thing is that with iTunes running and the ´Copy items to iTunes Folder´ preference checked, the application may take a lot of time to load movie files and the synchronization will not work.
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Stormchild
22 April 2008
Version: 12
Although the idea of an iTunes controller that looks like a 5G iPod is kind of cute, it would be impractical at best -- if it worked properly. I tried this out briefly, and found it is nearly impossible to control it with circular motions around the clickwheel, and couldn't get it to actually do anything. Even if it actually worked, this is the sort of thing I would delete within a few minutes, upon realizing that iTunes' default mini player window is far more practical and convenient. This is pretty bad. Good luck charging people $10 for it. You couldn't pay me to use this.
(4)