13.02.2012 20:35 Uhr, Quelle: The Unofficial Apple Weblog

Daily Mac App: Simple Skip Tunes feels like it should be part of OS X

We've tested a few menubar music remotes in the past, and there's not that much difference among them. What makes Skip Tunes different is its simplicity. It operates on the minimalist principle. It controls iTunes, Spotify or Rdio. Instead of getting a lengthy menu like with some apps, Skip Tunes displays the album cover, what song is playing, and controls. That's it. The controls are the same that you get on the stock Apple keyboard, but it looks good. That's enough to satisfy those who go for the smaller visual footprints. It's a great way to see what song/album is currently playing without having to go back into an app, and you can toggle the ability to see the controls in the menubar. It's one of those apps that you wish would be a part of OS X by default. Looping in Rdio and Spo

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