eMusic introduced a new music management tool for it's DRM-free digital music service designed to let users more easily transfer tracks acquired through eMusic to existing music management software, such as iTunes, Winap or Windows Media Player.
Before, users had to manually transfer eMusic-acquired files to their respective digital jukeboxes. The new tool allows them to simply select their preferred application, and any song downloaded from eMusic will automatically be added to its library.
The Open Source application works on both Mac and PCs, as well as Linux. As an Open Source application, third-party developers will have access to the source code and thereby develop additional functionality. It uses technology from Open Source firm Mozilla, meaning it can work with may of the add-on programs developed for Web browsers Firefox, including FoxyTunes, gTalk Sidebar, TwittyTunes and Wordpress.com Sidebar.