Mac: One of the problems with playing a big playlist in Rdio or iTunes is that it's hard to get a quick glimpse at what's playing without opening the app or right-clicking the icon. If you'd like graphical representation, Skip Tunes sits in your menu bar and controls all three of those apps.While Macs have media controls integrated into the keyboard, some of us might prefer to control the music with a slight graphic cue. Skip Tunes offers just that, with a simple interface and a small memory footprint. On top of the standard controls like pause and skip, you can also quickly toggle the shuffle function if you happen to hit a track that really nails your current mood and you want to continue listening to the album. Skip Tunes is available for 99¢ in the Mac App Store.
Skip Tunes Gives You Menu Bar Access To Controls For iTunes And Rdio
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