Worse, Apple doesn’t use the Menubar for important things. Who needs a Bluetooth button in the Menubar? What not put iTunes controls in the Menubar? That’s useful. If you’d like that kind of control so you can skip back and forth through a playlist, her it is. Free.
What’s On The Menu?
MenuTunes is a perfect name for a Mac utility which has a single purpose in life. It’s an iTunes controller that resides in the Mac’s Menubar. It comes with the standard transport controls to fast forward, pause, play, etc.
For Mac users who adjust volume while they listen to music from iTunes, MenuTunes also has a way to control iTunes sound volume which is separate from the Mac’s system volume setting. That’s handy. That’s what you’d expect from a Menubar utility.
Here’s what you get.
MenuTunes not only controls the music playing in iTunes– pause, skip forward and backwards– it can indicate whether iTunes is playing or not, and it comes with keyboard commands for the controls; perfect for Mac power users.
Not bad for free?