Tunes Control for Android Publisher's description
The Digital Audio Control Protocol (DACP) was recently introduced by Apple, and is built into all recent iTunes versions.
The Digital Audio Control Protocol (DACP) was recently introduced by Apple, and is built into all recent iTunes versions. DACP is the protocol used by the Remote app on the iPhone/iPod Touch to remote control your desktop or laptop iTunes player.
DACP is similar to the well-known DAAP, using Bonjour MDNS to find libraries, then using HTTP requests with binary responses to transfer data. After a few days in front of packet dumps, I have most of DACP decoded.
With the protocol now reverse engineered, I wrote an Android client in about a week. Now you can remote control your iTunes from your new Android phone when it arrives later this year. This works out of the box without installing any extra software on your PC or Mac.
System Requirements:No special requirements.
Program Release Status: New Release
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall