Google just introduce Google Instant, an innovative way to show search result. From the smashing startup, it seems this idea will rock the future and going to be adopted in many ways. Now a 15 years old teen named “Stephen Ou” created iTune Instant and it seems working flowlessly.
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Details on iTune Instant
What is iTunes Instant?
iTunes Instant is a web-based iTunes search engine that delivers instant music results on a clean interface.
Why he built this?
Search within iTunes.app is extremely slow and cluster, I’ve never used it. So I use Apple’s Search API instead, and develop this app in less than 3 hours that will make your life better.
“Instant” appears to be the buzzword du jour — witness YouTube Instant, Google Maps Instant and Google Images Instant — and it was probably inevitable that someone would create iTunes Instant. And that someone is 15-year-old Stephen Ou who spoke to Mashable:
iTunes Instant is basically a search engine for iTunes, which the creator said he made because, “Search within iTunes.app is extremely slow and cluster, I’ve never used it. So I use Apple’s Search API instead, and develop[ed] this app in less than three hours that will make your life better.” A quick test of the app reveals that it does work pretty well — a search for relatively obscure jams returned relatively accurate results in near real time. (However, it doesn’t quite work when searching for both artist and song.)
Stephen Ou created iTunes Instant in less than three hours hoping to solve two major problems in iTunes.app search: cluster interface and slow speed. According to Ou it’s “not just another instantization app, it is clean and fast, and it really fills in the gap that keeps people away from iTunes native search”.