JoeSoft Releases Jax 1.0

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Date: Wednesday, June 27th, 2007, 07:30
Category: iTunes

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On Tuesday, JoeSoft announced that Jax, an application designed to complement iTunes and iTunes-compatible devices such as the Apple TV, iPod and iPhone.
According to Macworld News, the program provides the following features:
-The ability to upload YouTube videos into iTunes
-A “Music Map” feature which provides extensive information about musicians.
-An album art and lyrics locator.
-Several new visualizers for iTunes.
-Information seeking abilities such as point-to-point directions, weather forecasts, stock quotes, movies listings, gas prices, news feeds, document viewing, e-mail access and MP3 function conversion.
Jax is available as a trial download and retails for US$49.95. The program is coded as a Universal Binary and requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later, iTunes 6.4 or later and a broadband Internet connection to run. The downloadable demo also arrives with an uninstaller which can be used to remove the program from your Mac.
If you’ve tried Jax and have either positive or negative feedback about it, let us know.


jaxicon.jpg
On Tuesday, JoeSoft announced that Jax, an application designed to complement iTunes and iTunes-compatible devices such as the Apple TV, iPod and iPhone.
According to Macworld News, the program provides the following features:
-The ability to upload YouTube videos into iTunes
-A “Music Map” feature which provides extensive information about musicians.
-An album art and lyrics locator.
-Several new visualizers for iTunes.
-Information seeking abilities such as point-to-point directions, weather forecasts, stock quotes, movies listings, gas prices, news feeds, document viewing, e-mail access and MP3 function conversion.
Jax is available as a trial download and retails for US$49.95. The program is coded as a Universal Binary and requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later, iTunes 6.4 or later and a broadband Internet connection to run. The downloadable demo also arrives with an uninstaller which can be used to remove the program from your Mac.
If you’ve tried Jax and have either positive or negative feedback about it, let us know.

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