AIR-Based Skytunes Lets Users Take Music Everywhere
Skytunes, a music service/application from esDot Development studio, has been released into the Android Market for music fans around the world. Designed as two AIR applications (server & client), Skytunes lets users take their home music collection with them, everywhere and without uploading to the phone or microSD card. The Android app works over WiFi and 3G/4G networks and also caches music in the event users find themselves without a network connection.
The SkyTunes desktop server client can be installed on Windows, OSX, and Linux Machines while the Android app requires 2.2 or higher. It should be noted that the app comes with a 14-day trial with an option to purchase for $5.99 should you decide to keep Skytunes.
SkyTunes features include:
- Remote Desktop Control, toggle playback (mid-song) between computer and phone with ease!
- Auto-caching of Songs to SD, configurable from 0 – 500 songs.
- “Car” Display Mode
- Screen Lock
- Quick search
- Playlist Support
- Folder based browsing
Check out a quick example of SkyTunes setup below.
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