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Signal Software Allows iTunes Control From iPhone

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A new piece of software from Alloysoft now allows you to control iTunes, Winamp, or Windows Media Player via the iPhone. It’s called Signal and it works using WiFi to send, well, signals to your computer over the ‘net to control playback of your music and movies. Live updating is included so you know which song or video is currently playing if you’re not near your computer. Plus, the iPhone interface looks really slick.

Sounds perfect for controlling the tunes during house parties. It costs $30, which is pretty expensive for such basic software. The PC version might be worth it to some, although I’m not too sure why anyone would buy the Mac OS X version. Doesn’t the included Apple remote do the trick already?

Signal allows iPhone to control iTunes [iLounge]

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