iCal Calling iTunes! is an AppleScript application that allows you to use iCal events to schedule iTunes playlists to play. From simple iTunes alarm clock to sophisticated background music scheduler...iCal Calling iTunes! gives you whatever level of flexibility you need! Simply enter the names of iTunes playlists as new events in iCal, set the start and stop times of each event, and iCal Calling iTunes! takes care of watching the clock and playing your iTunes playlists throughout the day, from startup in the morning 'til shutdown at night. You can schedule music hours, days, weeks, even months in advance!
With iCal Calling iTunes! you can:
Schedule the start and stop times of iTunes playlists, Smart Playlists, and Folder Playlists
Schedule Internet radio stations to play
Schedule playlist events to repeat every day, every x days, every week, different days every week
Change event times or create new events while the appplication is running
Set playlists to shuffle before playing
Set - or fade up to - a specific start volume for each scheduled playlist
Assign one of several scheduling calendars
This version of iCal Calling iTunes! runs in full-feature demo mode. In demo mode all features are available, however it will only run for 3 hours at a time. After you pay the shareware fee, you will receive a code that takes iCal Calling iTunes! out of demo mode so it can run unencumbered.
This update is free for registered users.
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What's new in iCal Calling iTunes!
Detection of scheduled events improved for speed, accuracy, and efficiency
Daily, Weekly, and Custom Dailly and Weekly repeat events recognized
"on date" and "after" end settings in repeat events recognized
Option to delete all expired iTunes Calendar events before a user-specified date
On-demand Status dialog displays current playing playlist and next scheduled playlist
Checks for future updated versions
Includes helper AppleScript to create new events from iTunes playlist names