Nasturtium Player review: Put together iTunes and YouTube playlists with ease
At a Glance
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Compile your iTune and YouTube videos into a playlist you can enjoy through Nasturtium Player.Get It for $5.00
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You can drag and drop music and YouTube videos into the handy Nasturtium interface or use the mini player. The potential is fantastic, but the reality is unfortunately a bit finicky—copying and pasting the URL from YouTube worked much better for me than actually dragging and dropping the videos.
Still, as far as aggregate media players go, Nasturtium has an intuitive interface and robust search feature that finally lets you put Youtube music videos next to your iTunes favorites—right where they belong.