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TunesTracker email service alerts you to iTunes music

“TunesTracker.com makes the iTunes Music Store even better by keeping music fans up-to-date about their favorite artists. The service is free.

After registering with TunesTracker, users can enter the names of up to 50 of their favorite music groups. Once a day, TunesTracker checks the iTunes Music Store for new songs by those artists. When there is something new, TunesTracker sends an e-mail alert listing the vital information about the new tunes, including the song title, album name, and composer. By clicking a link, users can open the song in the iTunes Music Store, listen to a clip, and buy the song.”

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Comments

1

I get enough SPAM already!

Posted by Talking Madness on September 13, 2004 at 8:52 AM (PDT)

2

hooray for you.

Posted by blah on September 13, 2004 at 10:13 AM (PDT)

3

ooooo, blah.

actually, it sounds like an ok service.

Posted by mvague on September 13, 2004 at 10:42 AM (PDT)

4

Sounds like a awesome way for them to make money on the itunes affiliate program wink

Posted by JOsh on September 13, 2004 at 11:18 AM (PDT)

5

How about add Led Zeppelin first?

Posted by JOhn on September 13, 2004 at 2:27 PM (PDT)

6

Sounds useful—I’m always doing the same searched on iTunes and have wished for email automation!

I’d prefer it from Apple… with notification based on iTunes searches rather than just an artist. In other words, search by artist, album name, song name, partial names, all of the above… or even an Advanced Search. Whatever search you do, in the results (or no-results) screen would be an option to get notified by email daily or weekly if that search brings up any new additions. (And a button to manage/delete your tracked searches.)

Posted by Nagromme on September 13, 2004 at 7:08 PM (PDT)

7

The music industry thinks we’re a bunch of suckers- trying to sell us compressed music loaded down with DRM and no original source copy to fall back on.

They should send themselves an alert.

Daily.

the itunes store is a joke.

Posted by aoxomoxoa on September 14, 2004 at 3:49 AM (PDT)

8

They’re not trying, they ARE selling us that. Have you paid attention to how much the iTMS has sold? Apparently, not everyone aggrees with you, including me.

Posted by Joshdude in Long Beach, CA on September 14, 2004 at 12:03 PM (PDT)

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