November 8 2011 - 7:25 am

Daypart v2.1.0 Released

Daypart is a simple yet full-featured Mac application that allows you to schedule iTunes playlists when to play, giving you an easy way to program varied musical content throughout the week in your home or workplace.

With Daypart you can:

  • Schedule playlists flexibly, for just a few minutes or several hours
  • Schedule intricate configurations of playlists on a weekly basis
  • Segue between playlists without cutting off songs
  • Automatically shuffle and/or repeat playlists
  • Store and re-use frequently used scheduling criteria
  • See how playlists are scheduled over a period of days
  • Log information about playing tracks
  • Automatically load and engage a schedule at startup

Plus, Daypart features:

  • Uncluttered, easy-to-use interface
  • Scheduling tips
  • Scheduling conflict-awareness
  • Detailed Help book

Updated in version Daypart 2.1:

  • Fixes issues which precluded scheduling the iTunes DJ playlist in previous version; iTunes DJ can now be scheduled
  • Adds preference to create a text log of played tracks (registered only)
  • Adds preference to quit after last scheduled Event action of the current day (registered only)
  • Un-registered versions limited to 90 minute demo period per launch

Daypart is $20. Un-registered versions run in a limited-feature demo mode. This update is free for all registered users.

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