Play, pause and skip songs with simple hand gestures and your webcam. Works with iTunes, Spotify, MPlayerX (latest version) and Quicktime. Fun, yes, but usefulness questionable.
Shows the rating of the song currently playing from iTunes in the menu bar. Make adjustments with your mouse or keyboard shortcuts. Alerts for unrated songs.
iTunes plug-in monitors your music library and generates a personalized calendar of upcoming concerts in your city.
Not only puts you to sleep and wakes you up, but does the same for your Mac. This app plays the music of your choice as you fall asleep, then puts your Mac to sleep at the time you designate. Later, it can wake your Mac and play another song (or radio station) to wake you up. There’s even a snooze button.
Join the files of selected iTunes tracks together with QuickTime and export them as a single AAC file/track. Website has plenty of other AppleScripts for iTunes to explore.
Compare your iTunes library with a friend’s and see which songs you don’t have in common. Or use it to make sure your own libraries are in sync. Also helps with making sure a migration goes well.
Tag songs in iTunes for easy organization and better smart playlists.
Sleep timer for iTunes features an animated display showing the current song’s title and artist, as well as time remaining until the music fades out. When the music ends, you can have your Mac shut down, restart, sleep or log out. Or have Sleepytime hide or quit.
Fetches the lyrics of the song playing on iTunes. If you like them, you can click on Approve and have them added. If it can’t find the lyrics, there is an option of having Google look for them.