updated 05:20 pm EDT, Fri October 27, 2006
Dot.Tunes 3.0 unveiled
Dot-Tunes has released Dot.Tunes 3.0 Beta 2, a major new release of the Web-based iTunes music sharing service. The update features a new logo with a revamped Web and application design, as well as a revised Web interface. Two skinnable flash players built into Dot.Tunes ensure members' websites, blogs, and MySpace pages can play tracks from their iTunes Music libraries. Users can publish artists, albums, playlists, or their entire music library with one click, according to the company, and can share music securely with usernames and passwords. The upgraded service also features the ability to publish audio as well as video podcasts, and serves as a remote control via iTunes/AirTunes setup. Dot.Tunes requires any modern Web browser such as Safari or Firefox, with registration priced at $30.