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Monday, February 05, 2007

Share your iTunes Library Online

Ever wish you could listen to your iTunes library from anywhere in the world? Or how about sharing your tunes with your friends online? Avvenu lets you do all this and more. Taking an Orb-like approach to sharing digital media online, Avvenu Music Player allows you to upload your iTunes collection to a secure media center online and access it anywhere in the world. All you need is a web browser.

To share your music with friends, all you have to do is enter their email addresses, and sharing will be enabled for five days. Since your music is stored online, you don't even have to keep your computer on to share your songs. One limitation is that only 250 tracks can be shared while in beta.


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