Saturday, May 31, 2008

SuperSync 2.4 for MaC Released

SuperSync today takes another step toward simplifying the process of managing iTunes libraries across multiple Macs, PCs, and iPods, with the release of SuperSync 2.4. Combining power with simplicity, SuperSync lets users visually compare, merge, and access their media files from anywhere.

SuperSync 2.4 adds a dozen new features and builds on a three-year effort to make moving content from one media library to another easy and reliable. This release includes enhanced metadata transferring, improved UI, iPod content importing, expanded media types, and new media filters.

Pricing and Availability:

This update is free to all registered users and encourage all users to upgrade to the latest version. A limited demo version is available to try most of the features for a limited number of file transfers. The full registered version is available for $29 USD for 2-pak, $39 USD for 5-pak, or a best value $59 USD 10-pak. Licenses can be used for any machine (Mac OS-X or Windows) that music is stored on. A separate license is not required for iPods or to import music from a disc or hard drive. 5- and 10-pak licenses can be split among two or more people to keep the cost-per-license down.

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