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From Google to YouTube, Now iTunes Instant

Written on September 14, 2010 by B Waldorf

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Google and YouTube has already followed the 'Instant' trend. Now, here's another 'Instant' we should watch out. iTunes Instant was coded by a 15 year old kid you want things to be a little bit organized.

From Google Instant to Google Maps Instant and then YouTube Instant.We have another “Instant” coming. Guess what?! It’s iTunes Instant.

The surprising fact is that it was created by Stephen Ou, a 15 year old boy gebius. iTunes Instant is basically a search engine for iTunes. Ou made this 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.”

Testing the app reveals amazing results. A search to eliminate jams and declutter with accurate results in real time. It doesn’t work when searching both artist and song though.

Ou’s actually enterprising, “I use Apple’s Affiliate links,” he explains on the site. “If you click on a link and buy an item in iTunes, I will earn 5% commission. I won’t make loads of money, but it does always help.”

Who knows, Apple might offer Ou a job just like what YouTube did to Feross Aboukhadijeh.

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