The Macworld Eddy Award Winning “No Compromises” iTunes Remote – now Universal!
Weston, MA — April 28, 2005: Shirt Pocket announces the immediate
availability of netTunes 2.3, the latest update to the Macworld Eddy
Award winning remote control for iTunes, and the perfect companion to
Apple’s AirPort Express and launchTunes 1.1, the application that
guarantees your shared iTunes libraries are available without all
that pesky walking.
netTunes lets you control iTunes running on one Macintosh from
another, using iTunes’ native interface. You get the same window, the
same playlists, the same capabilities. You simply run netTunes and
take complete control of the “remote” iTunes from any Macintosh in
your house. It’s that easy — as easy as iTunes itself!
“It’s been a long time coming, but the new versions of netTunes and
launchTunes are ready to go” says David Nanian, the founder of Shirt
Pocket. “But we didn’t just recompile — we’ve taken advantage of
both the Intel and Power PC platforms by improving performance across
the board, and polished the user experience as well.”
netTunes and launchTunes are available for immediate download at the
Shirt Pocket web site http://www.shirt-pocket.com. Users can evaluate
all of the capabilities of netTunes for free for 30 minutes at a
time; full licenses cost $19.95, and can be ordered at the Shirt
Pocket web site, or directly from the application. launchTunes costs
$7, and the Tune Suite — a bundle of netTunes and launchTunes — is
offered at $23.95 – a $3 savings.
About Shirt Pocket
Shirt Pocket, based in Weston, Massachusetts, was formed in late 2000
as a Macintosh-only shareware creator and publisher. Shirt Pocket’s
first product, the Eddy award winning netTunes, lets users control
iTunes on one Mac from any other Mac on the network with iTunes own
intuitive user interface. launchTunes, Shirt Pocket’s second product,
made iTunes’ playlist sharing practical by automatically launching
iTunes on remote servers when needed. And its third, the Eddy award
winning SuperDuper!, is one of the most highly acclaimed
backup/cloning programs available for the Mac. All are available from
the Shirt Pocket web site at http://www.shirt-pocket.com.
Shirt Pocket was started by David Nanian, co-founder of UnderWare,
Inc, and one of the original authors of the BRIEF programmer’s editor
and Track Record bug tracking system.