You may not realize it at first glance, but this software release is probably one of the year's biggest for the Mac. We know, Snow Leopard was cool, but this is just fantastic. Orb is widely known as one of the best media streaming applications for Windows, and while an iPhone app came out last year that allowed iPhone users to watch media streamed from the PC, it seems logical to think that Mac version would be even more relevant for iPhone owners.
Finally, that is exactly what has happened. Orb for Macintosh is now on the market, and best of all, you won't even need a credit card number to buy it. The program is 100% free, and it promises "media anywhere functionality" for dedicated Mac users. Essentially, loading this on your Mac enables iTunes to stream out content to any Internet-connected device. From MIDs to netbooks to other phones, Orb will allow any content within iTunes to be viewed and enjoyed elsewhere, all for free.
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