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iTunes libraries manager
Thanks to SuperSync you can seamlessly handle, manage compare and organize multiple iTunes libraries from within an user-friendly interface. What is more, SuperSync allows you to manage all your libraries across Macs, iOS devices and even PCs.
iTunes Library access over the Internet
The best thing about SuperSync is that it provides you easy access to all your music and videos via an Internet connection. Hence, you can upload and download songs, videos and even playlists with just a couple of mouse clicks. You can even use TiVo to access your MP3 files. In addition, you can use your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to access your MP3 music files via their web browsers.
Color coding system
From SuperSync’s main window you can have an overview of two iTunes library at the same time and determine if a track is stored in your local library, a remote iTunes library or it is synchronized between both your libraries. Thus, you can visually compare two iTunes libraries from a Mac OSX, iOS device or Windows computer.
Easily move videos, songs and playlists from one library to another, import multimedia files from internal or external hard drives, iOS devices and network drives. Find and remove duplicates and completely move a library from a device to another.
Library fixer and explorer
What is more, SuperSync allows you to find out more about your music through LyricsWikia, YouTube, Google Music, lastFM, Rhapsody, Pandora and other services. You can also analyze and fix any problems that might appear in your iTunes libraries such as duplicate files, orphaned files, corrupt files and more.
Another useful feature is the Backup tool that helps you back up your iTunes libraries to different portable music libraries that you can use with other Macs or PCs.
SuperSync was reviewed by George Popescu, last updated on December 4th, 2014
Runs on: Mac OS X 10.4 or later (Universal Binary)
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