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SRS Labs has just released MyTunes, a free iPhone app that rather dramatically enhances music playback on your iDevices. Instead of using the stock player provided by Apple, you launch the MyTunes app, select your playlists, albums or artists, and you're away. The sound of most tracks transform...

October 9th 2011 at 8:00am 0 Comments
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Oh, just in case you're interested: new version of myTunes (now myFairTunes6 to avoid confusion with the previous myTunes), v.0.2b, which allows for a simple media library browser, play/stop track iTunes DRM stripping from the app, conversion with metadata, and a teaser about a new version with 6x...

September 5th 2006 at 11:36pm 0 Comments
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These crazy hackers are moving fast these days, but Engadget has stayed in stride by providing a walk-through of myTunes, a GUI front-end to QTFairUse (sadly, Windows only - for now), that python code they mentioned earlier this week (not to be confused with any other products by the name of 'myTune...

September 1st 2006 at 4:00pm 0 Comments
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Earlier this week we told you about the first tool we've yet heard of that strips the FairPlay DRM from the iTunes Music Store v6 tracks you bought, called QTFairUse. Unfortunately, because this tool was still very raw and in Python, so it didn't seem entirely there yet for the rest of us; well, to...

September 1st 2006 at 1:08pm 0 Comments