Turn iPod Touch into Remote Control

Alloysoft, an iPhone/iPod Touch application developer company, has recently announced a new software called Signal 1.1.2 which enable you to use your iPhone or iPod Touch as an advanced wireless remote for iTunes and other applications. Signal offers an interface specifically designed for the iPhone and iPod touch, and takes full advantage of the device's capabilities to provide a two-way, live updating view of your media player.

With Signal 1.1.2, user can control iTunes on a Mac; iTunes, Windows Media Player and Winamp on a PC. Besides controlling the content playback, the software also allows us to search for media libraries, browse for content, create and edit playlists, and even remotely change music album art on a remote machine. All of these can be done from anywhere in the house - all from the palm of your hand.

This is how it works: Users simply launch Signal on their computer (it operates as a standalone Web server) and offers an URL (which can be bookmarked) with which you can use your iPhone/iPod touch to connect to your iTunes. Once you type in the address from MobileSafri, you have full control over iTunes.

Alloysoft is currently offering the Signal software for $25, directly from their website.

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