Browse, search and control your PC's music player from anywhere in your home or office. Turn any networked device with a browser into a music remote. Use from your PC, Mac, Sony PSP, PDA etc. Supports control of iTunes and Windows Media Player.
Description: Browse, search and control your PC's music from anywhere on your home or office network. Turn any networked device with a browser into a music remote. Liberate your music from those boring lists and see them as real albums with their cover art. Use from your Sony PSP, PDA, PC, laptop, Mac or any other device with a browser. PlayerPal includes three different looks (skins). One for use on the Sony PSP, one for use on a PDA (like the Dell Axim) and one for use with desktop browsers like IE, Firefox and Safari. You can also create your own skins if you want to. PlayerPal is the perfect companion for iTunes and Windows Media Player. It reads your existing music library so you don't have to make any changes to the way you manage your collection. It is also ideal for use with one or more AirPort Express'. PlayerPal will give you the AirPort Express remote control you always wanted. You can do the following things with PlayerPal: search your albums and tracks, find a random album or track, add music to your playlist (by year, genre, artist, album or track), browse your music (by album art, artist, year & genre), view album art, select playlists, change settings (loop, shuffle and volume), stop after playing x more tracks and create new skins. Free your music.
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