Musicast.org today unveiled Musicast 1.0, a brand new application for sharing iTunes playlists with buddies.
Developed by Andrew Kazmierski and Mark Davis, Musicast is a sharing application designed for friends. You can broadcast select playlists from your iTunes library and have it accessible from any ordinary web browser. Buddies browsing your Musicast can subscribe to it as a podcast and listen to your music right in iTunes. Musicast will even tell you which of your friends are browsing and how popular each of your cast’s songs, artists, and playlists are.
“I’m pretty excited about Musicast and what it will bring to the Mac community. We worked pretty hard on the design and polish of the application, and I hope many Mac users will see it,” said Andrew Kazmierski, creator of Library and original co-creator of Delicious Library, in the press release.
The demo limits users to only two shared playlists at a time. Purchase is required to unlock Musicast and remove the limitation. Musicast is available now for US$18.
Musicast is requires Mac OS X 10.4, and a free demo is downloadable from http://www.musicast.org