Tunes-Remote App has been created primarily to control iTunes music remotely over a Wi-Fi or Bluetooth network between iOS devices i.e. iPod, iPhone and iPad. At the heart of the app is the remote control that allows you to access and play music remotely. One device would be the host (player) device and the other would be the remote device. The player device is the device on which the music is stored and is being played. Assume that this device is connected to a speaker system.
Tunes-Remote is a simple yet powerful app that lets you listen to songs of your choice at any party and saves you from the pain of asking your friends to share the photos with you later. All you have to do is connect to the host player using the same Wi-Fi connection or via Bluetooth.
The host of the party can set up a shared music player and photo album. Anyone in the party can then play the songs they wish to listen to from host’s music library and share photos taken from their device with everyone in the party. You can also save the photos in you photo library. Not only that you can also make announcements using the mike feature but also dedicate the songs to someone special.
Tunes- Remote can be used in two modes:
Tunes Remote app can be used in 2 ways – as a player or as a guest.
What you need to do as a player (host of the party)?
What you need to do as a guest?
Is the app available free of cost?Yes, the app is free of cost with an option for In-App purchase for an uninterrupted, ad-free experience.
Are there any limitations in the Tunes Remote?Yes, Player mode is limited to 30 minutes of use at a time. After that player has to setup the connection again and then guests need to re establish the connection with the player. This limitation can be removed by In – App purchase.
What control do I have as a player?You can set the music library folder from which guests can add songs, the permission for the guests to reorder the songs, the crossover fade time or pause time between the songs, what to do when playlist is empty, if the songs should play in a loop, if photos can be shared for the event and if guests can share photos.
I can’t find any playerYou need to make sure you are on the same Wi-Fi network as the player or connected via Bluetooth with the player.
I got this message ‘Failed to connect to player’If you get this message simply try to connect again. This message usually only indicates a temporary network lag, but if the problem persists, there may be a problem with the network. Try to restart the player, and if that doesn't work, restart your Wi-Fi access point/router.
I want my songs to be first in the Play QueueAdd the song to the playlist and then tap on menu icon at the side and tap on Play Now.
Can I add songs to my iTunes library without interrupting the music?No, all the songs must be in the iTunes library of the Player from start.
Can I send over a song from my iPhone to the player?No you can only select songs from the iTunes library of the player.
On the photo wall can I see the photos in full screen?Yes click on any photo in the wall. You can also view the photos as slideshow by tapping on the slideshow icon on the top left corner of the wall.
Is Tunes Remote compatible with iPhone and iPod?Yes, Tunes Remote is compatible with iPhone and iPod.
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