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BookmarkiTunes offers iTunes ‘wishlists’

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By Charles Starrett

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Published: Monday, March 2, 2009
News Categories: Mac Software, Windows Software

An independent developer has released BookmarkiTunes, a new utility that lets users create and organize a wishlist of items they want in the iTunes Store. Users can drag-and-drop any link, including text and images, into the application to add that item to the list, or can also copy and paste in iTunes links. The application attempts to automatically discover the name of the item, but users may also edit the name directly, and add a description for each item on their list. Each item remains in the application, with a link back to iTunes, until it is deleted. BookmarkiTunes is available now as a free download for Mac and Windows.

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1

... or you could use the shopping cart

Posted by ul on March 2, 2009 at 7:10 PM (PDT)

2

Excellent little application that apple would do well to implement in iTunes,i find that when i am browsing the store i come across music that i may not want to buy at that moment but without any way of saving i forget about it now with this i can add to the list and then revisit later.

Posted by Steven Bates on March 3, 2009 at 2:07 AM (PDT)

3

I do, in fact, use the shopping cart for music but you can’t use it for apps.

Posted by videoflyer on March 3, 2009 at 4:17 AM (PDT)

4

You don’t need a separate application for this; all you have to do is make a playlist, name it “wishlist” and drag any song from the iTunes store to the list. Voilà !

Posted by A on March 3, 2009 at 8:21 AM (PDT)

5

I use an iTunes playlist to keep store items in when I’m thinking about buying them but haven’t decided yet.

For apps I use the iPhone screenshot to take a picture so when I go into iTunes I access the camera roll section of the iPhone to see the name of the app then use the search in iTunes.  I also use screenshot for when I’m browsing the store on my iPhone and listening to songs.

Screenshot comes in handy even when using Safari.

Posted by Audrey McGirt on March 3, 2009 at 11:58 AM (PDT)

6

Playlists won’t store apps and other non-music things.  The shopping cart isn’t for apps either.  This program lets you sort and edit your list so I like it.

Posted by Roy on March 3, 2009 at 1:48 PM (PDT)

7

Apparently this works with apps, TV shows, movies, etc. so it seems quite useful.

Posted by Hal on March 5, 2009 at 7:59 AM (PDT)

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