If you’re one of a growing number of Mac users who has bought a Pocket PC-based PDA to use when you’re mobile, Aspecto Software has a new tool that you might be interested in:
WiFiTunes, an application that make it possible for WiFi-enabled Pocket PC PDAs to browse iTunes libraries on their local computers and stream MP3s.
The lead developer on the project said it’s “still very much [a] work in progress,” but it functions, allowing users to play back MP3 files, specifically. On the drawing board for future releases is support for unprotected AAC files, the ability to play the next track when one ends and more. If you’d like to take a chance, visit the Web page to download it. The lead developer plans to publish WiFiTunes’ source code as well.