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WiFiTunes – a Windows Mobile client

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  • #1270

    indiekiduk
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    If you have a Windows Pocket PC with WiFi you can connect it to Firefly with an app called WiFiTunes. Its basically a software implementation of Soundbridge. More about it here:

    http://www.aspecto-software.com/rw/applications/wifitunes/index.html

    I’m the developer of this app but I’ve only just discovered Firefly (I had been using iTunes 6 as the server). If anyone here has any ideas of how WiFiTunes can be improved I’d like to hear them πŸ™‚

    #10020

    fizze
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    Great πŸ™‚
    I tried WiFiFoFum a while ago, but Its kinda tricky to get it to run on Windows Ce 3.0 devices πŸ˜‰

    Gotta try this some day.

    #10021

    rpedde
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    @indiekiduk wrote:

    If you have a Windows Pocket PC with WiFi you can connect it to Firefly with an app called WiFiTunes. Its basically a software implementation of Soundbridge. More about it here:

    http://www.aspecto-software.com/rw/applications/wifitunes/index.html

    I’m the developer of this app but I’ve only just discovered Firefly (I had been using iTunes 6 as the server). If anyone here has any ideas of how WiFiTunes can be improved I’d like to hear them πŸ™‚

    I read your page — the D-Link device you mention is also running firefly (the stable version – 0.2.4).

    Do you have plans for releasing the source?

    #10022

    indiekiduk
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    Yep I’d like to release the source. But I never found a good way to automate the posting of new versions which is what I’d really like to do. I use my own SVN server you see and the WiFiTunes solution uses projects in different dirs in SVN. I can’t really give public access to my SVN server as its owned by my University and putting the source in an archive and removing all the .svn folders would be a bit of a pain. I could do it for the current verison if it would be helpful.

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