Yes, you can control music on your PC with your Wiimote if you get really really bored…
This app allows users to use their Wiimote to control iTunes, Winamp, Windows Media Player, and Napster.
It offers many functions, such as Play/Pause, Next/Prev track, Volume Up/Down. Any function can be mapped to any button. Plus the motion sensing is used. Shake the Wiimote to the right to go to Next Track.
Take a look and download the application here
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Tempted as I am, I will have to pass as, I do not use the computer for my music. I am still old fashioned enough to use the traditional player/amp/speaker method.
The offer is presented very attractively.
Oh yeah, this is great for people who can’t play real music with real instruments.
Wow this is great!
Is this not just a fancy remote.
Surely there are cheaper options out there?
are you people stupid
this is awesome if you have your PC hooked up to your TV