iTunes Previews don’t work as they should. If I’m viewing the content in my browser, why do I need to see it again in iTunes? A Safari 5 Extension from developer Florian Pichler (@pichfl) seeks to automatically stop iTunes from opening – a must have for anyone who regularly browses for App Store applications. As Pichler writes,
“NoMoreiTunes is an extension for Safari 5 which disables the script that tries to start iTunes when you visit a link to the iTunes Store. It’s annoying and redundant as there is iTunes Preview for Music and Apps now.”
As movies aren’t blocked, the extension provides users with a button they can use to manually initiate iTunes.
You can download NoMoreiTunes from his website.
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