Apple iTunes DJ – Queue Songs

Finally it is possible to queue up songs in iTunes, this has been a missing feature.

From MacWorld.com:

In iTunes 8.1, the Party Shuffle feature introduced in April 2004 has been rechristened iTunes DJ. While this feature has been around for some time, Apple added some new functionality specifically designed for iPod touch and iPhone users.


The new iTunes DJ features lets iPhone and iPod touch users vote on upcoming tracks.

With iTunes DJ, iPhone users that have Apple’s Remote application installed can request songs to be played. Users can also vote to control when songs are played. The DJ feature even has its own preferences, so you can send a welcome message to users and control whether voting is turned on or off. You can also require users to type in a password to access iTunes DJ’s features.

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3 Responses to Apple iTunes DJ – Queue Songs

  1. Detlev says:

    yes, an very cool feature

  2. Carol says:

    How the heck do you turn off iTunes DJ. I just want to play my lists as they are.
    I guess it was a big mistake to turn DJ on. Incredibly annoying.

  3. John S says:

    Why can’t Apple’s software engineers just realize that we want the same basic, convenient functionality that users of Winamp enjoy? Is it that difficult a concept? Really??

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