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BettaBeta: nuTsie
2014-06-29 4:50am -07:00T Visit BettaBeta


As I was writing this post, in my favorite Capitol Hill area coffeehouse, this product suddenly freed itself from it’s beta nametag and launched a completly redisigned interface right before my eyes. Nutsie, that’s an anagram for iTunes, is not a beta anymore it seems – but it’s too amazing for me to pass by.

nutsie1.png     nutsie3.png

The above screenshot, with the black background and beta tag, is the before picture and no longer exists – though I liked it more than the newer interface on the right.

Nutsie allows you to access your iTunes music library from any PC with internet access, or from your mobile phone.  As I have yet to try the phone application I’ll mostly stick to discussing the web service.

Likes / Features: 

  • Export and Upload your entire iTunes library and playlists to Nutsie with your ‘Library.xml’ file (which is a lot easier to do than it sounds).
  • You are not uploading or storing any music files on Nutsie, they save your playlist information and stream from the files already on their own servers. 
  • No software to download or install.
  • Not only is Nutsie free for you, but the artists receive royalties when you listen to your own songs – the only service I...

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