Lethbridge, Alberta - May 9, 2006 - tuneDial.org today introduced Tuner, a small background service which allows third party content to be served through the iTunes Music Store interface.
The iTunes Music Store, a groundbreaking component of Apple's popular iTunes software, allows users to browse Apple's online directory of music, listen to 30 second samples of songs, and purchase songs, all through the Internet. Tuner extends the functionality of this store by allowing third party content producers to provide full length previews and free downloads of their music and other audio.
To find something to listen to, users can search the tuneDial directory by genre, descriptions, or tags. Musicians can also use tuneDial to generate Tuner playlists quickly and easily, eliminating the need to learn complicated XML codes.
Tuner is available immediately as a free download. It requires a Macintosh running OS 10.3 or 10.4 and iTunes 6. Tuner may work with other configurations, but has not been tested. Tuner is currently in beta status, therefore support is limited to online FAQs and bug reporting. A Windows version of Tuner is planned, but is not yet in development.
Tuner can be downloaded at www.tunedial.org/download/
and the tuneDial directory is found at www.tunedial.org
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