January 30, 2015
MyTunesRSS is your personal media server. Access your music, movies, TV shows and photos from any internet PC or mobile device. There is a native app available in the AppStore for the iPhone and iPad. Create RSS feeds, download playlists, single tracks, movies, shows, photos or any collection of those, e.g. a complete music album. Browse and play your music or movies right inside your browser or iPad/iPhone without permanently downloading and storing them on the device. The same works for browsing your photos as well of course. Why pay for storing your data in some cloud when you can simply keep it at home.
December 2, 2014
A native iPhone and iPad interface for your MyTunesRSS server. You can use it with your own MyTunesRSS server. Stream your music and videos even when the app is in the background, so you can for example read a book or browse the internet while listening to your favorite music. Please do not forget to rate the app if you like it.
November 14, 2014
MyTunesRSS is now free software! You do not need to buy a license anymore. Just download MyTunesRSS and get started!
With the MyTunesRSS demo server you can have a look at the product right now without any download. Just visit the demo server and login with the demo credentials displayed on the front page. The demo user has limited access to only some features. You see real information about track names, albums, artists, etc. On playback or download you get some randomly chosen royalty free music.
February 26, 2010
MyTunesRSS has been successfully introduced at Jazz at Lincoln Center (JALC) for digital music library sharing. It was selected from the pool of music sharing tools because of its advantageous features and overall usability.
Although MyTunesRSS has become easier and easier to setup already there are still a few pitfalls when it comes to firewall and router configuration, especially when you want to access your server from the internet. If you feel uneasy configuring your firewall and router or you do not want to open incoming ports for security reasons, you should have a look at Yoics. They offer a clever solution which allows you to share any service without the hassles of network configuration.