“PyMusique is back in effect. That is, at least until the engineers over at Apple figure out another way to block the software,” Peter Rojas reports for Engadget. “Apple broke PyMusique over the weekend, [but] DVD Jon, one of PyMusique’s creators, wasn’t about to let that stand, and so today hit back with an update for PyMusique that works around the block on non-iTunes 4.7 connections to the iTunes Music Store.”
Full article with more details at Engadget here.
MacDailyNews Take: ‘Round and ’round she goes, where she’ll stop, nobody knows! According to the programmers, the updated version of PyMusique will only be available for Linux and, unlike the previous versions, there will not be a Windows version.
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