You've got a huge music collection in your iTunes at home.
You want to access that music from the office, at a friend's party, or let other people hear it from anywhere in the world.
Install pulpTunes and access your music from anywhere, through a web browser.
After started, a little orange will appear in your tray (as shown to the left), and you'll be given your machine's IP address.
To access your music from outside your home network, just point any browser to that address.
For Linux environments (where iTunes is not available) you just need an iTunes XML file which points to the music files.
During our testing of PulpTunes, total setup time, including downloading the actual software, was under one minute and completely automated.lifehacker.com
If you'd like to enjoy your iTunes library, no matter where you are, this is the program you need.softonic.com
... That's a lot of features for an app that's so simple to set up.downloadsquad.com
If you're looking for an incredibly simple way to stream your iTunes music over the Internet and control it on the other end, pulpTunes is the way to go.appscout.com
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