Everplay is kind of an “iTunes mini.” It uses an extremely small window by default and provides quick access to all of your media—music, movies, TV shows, and podcasts. A unique Mix of Cover Flow and a track list takes center stage for all of your browsing; when selecting a music album or TV show, Everplay slides in a list of tracks or episodes. But the best part is Everplay taps into your existing iTunes library, including all of your playlists, and you don’t need to launch iTunes. Told you it was an iTunes mini.
Another Handy trick up Everplay’s sleeve is integration with Last.fm, the web-based music listening and discovery service. You can “scrobble” all your tracks (share a list of what you Play to your Last.fm profile), listen to your custom Last.fm radio stations, and even ban or love tracks to further personalize your Last.fm experience.
Everplay even lets you search your iTunes library, though search options are mostly tailed for music and not other types of media. Like Snarb’s Cover Stream iTunes tool (which I also own), Everplay offers lots of keyboard Shortcuts for globally controlling things like volume and track changes, as well as love and banning songs on Last.fm.