is an application created by Michael Descher which allows you to access your iTunes library from any computer connected through a network. It's an easy and secure way to stream iTunes files over RSS to other devices, in our case, PSP.
You can browse your library by album or artist, or you can opt to search for tracks. The app lets you create RSS Feeds or even m3U playlists from any album in your library. You can also download tracks for getting them on your Playstation Portable without a USB link.
MyTunesRSS is pure Java, and as such, it can run on any platform that supports Java 1.5 and iTunes.
Michael has updated the awesome application to version 2.1 (thanks oghs08!) to reflect the following improvements:
* download link for individual tracks now possible
* database auto-update set in minutes instead of seconds
* older iTunes versions should work
* display of local/external address in dialog
* error sound when requesting missing files
* bug fixes
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