Mac: It's no secret Apple's iTunes Store is a little tedious to get through, but AFK Studio's free Tunesque app hopes to solve that by allowing you to search both iTunes and the Mac App Stores directly from your menu bar.If you're only partial to one store or type of media, you can change the settings in Tunesque to reflect the type of media you're looking for, but out of the gate you can search through songs, albums, artists, movies, apps, ebooks, audiobooks and even podcasts. There isn't much else in the way of options other than a choice between a light and a dark skin, but considering Tunesque searches and displays results significantly faster than Apple's dedicated store apps it should be a welcome addition to your menu bar.
Tunesque Lets Your Search The iTunes And Mac App Stores From Your Menu Bar
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