| BY THE APPLE GIRL
Now you can control your iTunes via a Windows Phone 7 App. The Remote App lets you to browse and control your iTunes playlists and albums from the palm of your hand. To make it work, you will need to install a pairing utility software on your computer. The software is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Mac OS X.
I don’t get why someone would want a Windows phone 😉 but in any case the $1.99 Remote App for Windows Phone 7 has limited functionality when compared to the free Remote App for the iPhone which lets you control media streaming (Airplay) to Apple TV, create genius playlists, control music streaming to Airplay enabled speakers and control speaker volumes.
| BY THE GOOGLE CHIC
If you own music on iTunes, it leads me to believe you have some type of Apple device (iPod, Mac book etc). With that said, I’m not sure why an Apple user would choose a Windows Phone 7 over an iPhone. To me, it seems like a no brainier and we all know that I’m not an Apple advocate.
I saw a Windows Phone 7 in action just the other day and it was so slow, it was pathetic. It was like watching a turtle crawl! Not to mention, it took way too many keystrokes just to navigate to where you want to go.
Better yet, get an Android phone 😉 Android offers a remote app for iTunes as well. You can get the TunesRemote for free!