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Apps with 'iTunes integration' feature



  1. FrostWire is a free, open source P2P BitTorrent file sharing application & cloud file downloader in one. It's a fork of LimeWire .

    Bundleware

    As reported on VirusTotal, the installer contains Opencandy. Be careful during installation. https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/60a309e91ba1039c3527053867e0e210ff2e18628a01acc264d82430e6436889/analysis/

  2. iFlicks is the best and most complete video and metadata handling solution available for macOS. There is no easier way to add you video files to iTunes or Plex, so you can watch them on your iOS devices or third party media players.
  3. AirPlay lets you stream music throughout your entire house — wirelessly. AirPlay wireless technology will be fully integrated into speaker docks, AV receivers, and stereo systems from companies such as Bowers & Wilkins and Denon.
  4. CloudPlay is a music player that searches and streams free music from YouTube, SoundCloud, exfm, BandSoup, iTunes, Jamendo, and thousands of radio stations. Discover new playlists from sites like Console.fm and many more.
  5. What started out as a BPM detection tool for DJs, runners and dancers, has become one of the finest iTunes™ library management tools around.
  6. Yate was developed for people who are serious about tagging and organizing their audio files. The application was designed from the ground up for Mac users. It is a 100% Cocoa written application and uses its own tagging library. Yate will tag mp3, m4a and FLAC files.
  7. Capo is a revolutionary tool for all musicians who want to get better at playing the music they love!
  8. Deckadance is a DJ mixing application that works either as a standalone program OR as a VSTi inside your favourite host. Deckadance itself can also host any VST compliant softsynth or effect.
  9. RSS Menu is a systemwide menu that allows you to read and organize your favourite RSS or Atom feeds.
  10. Imagine if you had access to all your stuff, everywhere...
  11. Do you have a large music collection ripped using iTunes, or in a DRM-protection format such as M4P, AAX, or AAC, and find that android or music player is unable to play them?