We published about TuneUp plug-in when it launched for iTune Windows last summer, and today, the revamped application that allows iTunes aficionados to pamper their music library, is available at Apple.com and in Apple retail stores worldwide for $29.95 or an annual fee of $19.95. TuneUp for iTunes, iPod or iPhone, is designed to automatically correct mislabeled tracks in a music collectio, using Gracenote’s Global Media Database that stores more than 100 million songs. No more “Unknown Artist”, “Track_01″ or misspelled band names for TuneUp users.
In addition, music lovers can retrieve missing album cover art, all features are available from a sidebar that complements iTunes interface. According to the company, TuneUp has over 200,000 registered users in 150 countries, it has cleaned more than 125 million songs and it is the #1 most downloaded iTunes software from CNET’s site Download.com. Check out users’ reactions here.
Next Story: Microsoft's Anti-Mac Push Is Paying Off
- 2014-04-14: Voxeet 2.0 with Dial-in Support and Voxeet for Mac - Review
- 2013-04-12: Twitter Music iOS App Currently Available For 'Influencers'
- 2013-04-03: Apple EarPods Hit With Lawsuit From Hearing Aid Maker
- 2009-01-27: iPhone 2.2.1 Update Is Out
- 2010-11-04: Jawbone JAMBOX: Small Speaker, Big Sound, Smart and Stylish