Dec 22, 2009 - Indie developer Jendrik Bertram today announces iFlicks 1.2, an update to his popular video management utility for Mac OS X. Featuring a natural, easy-to-use interface, iFlicks will import video files into iTunes to play in iTunes, Front Row, iPod, iPhone and Apple TV. Easily import video collections into iTunes and categorize them with a variety of information, such as title, episode, director, cast, genre, and much more. Version 1.2 offers improved conversion speed and adds a rule system.
Dec 16, 2009 - Raleigh based tagtraum industries today announced beaTunes 2.1, an update to the popular iTunes library management and music analysis tool for Mac OS X and Windows. The new release features a 64Bit Mac version as well as increased speed, automatic lyrics import and improved duplicate detection. It can detect various types of metadata, such as beats-per-minute and musical key, as well as find and fix typos and inconsistencies such as misspelled artists and rarely used genres.
Dec 15, 2009 - Washington based KavaSoft today released KavaTunes 4, the web jukebox for iTunes. KavaTunes makes websites that look and work just like iTunes. Visitors can browse, search, play and download your music and videos from any web browser. KavaTunes 4 has an all-new interface that matches iTunes 9 and the new iTunes Store. The home page features a collage of cover artwork and artist photos, sliding galleries of most played, recently added, and recently played albums, and much more.
Oct 13, 2009 - UK based Severn Software Limited today releases That Tune 1.1 for Mac OSX. That Tune is a customizable way of showing what song iTunes is playing. Unique to That Tune is that it can make any screen saver show iTunes songs. In addition, That Tune will play iTunes songs as Alarm. That Tune will pop up a configurable notification window on the screen. There is no need to CMD-TAB back to iTunes to see what is playing.
Oct 07, 2009 - Norbert M. Doerner today released MP3-Info 2.0. MP3-Info is a companion designed to integrate with Apples Finder and iTunes, helping to view and organize music libraries. Version 2.0 now runs as an application in Snow Leopard, and displays all relevant audio tags, such as cover art, lyrics, album, artist, or comments. It now offers a fast connection to search for similar songs in the popular media cataloger CDFinder, and can rename song files based on their tags.
Sep 28, 2009 - Nuremberg based mani.de today releases iVolume 3.5, an update to their popular Replay Gain aware volume controller for Mac OS X and Windows. By taking advantage of Apple's core technologies, iVolume ensures that all songs play at the same volume level. It calculates the volume perceived by the human ear for each song of a iTunes music collection. Version 3.5 now offers full Snow Leopard support, regains compatibility with iTunes 9, minor fixes and is a recommended and free update for customers.
Sep 16, 2009 - California based SuperSync today released SuperSync 3.3, a major update to their iTunes library manager for Macs, PCs, and iPods. Combining power with simplicity, SuperSync lets anyone visually compare, merge, and access their media files and playlists from anywhere. Merge individual tracks, playlists or entire libraries with a few clicks of the mouse. Version 3.3 adds a batch meta data update, offers support for iTunes 9.0, Snow Leopard and Windows 7 and a free update to all registered users.
Aug 20, 2009 - LairWare Software today is proud to introduce Song Sergeant 1.0, a powerful and easy-to-use solution dedicated to fixing problems in an iTunes Library. Song Sergeant intelligently resolves duplicates, fixes inconsistently named artists and albums, and copes with missing and orphaned song files. It is uniquely capable of merging song files together instead of just crudely deleting extras, letting you keep the best song information and best audio quality even if they're from different song files.
Jun 11, 2009 - California based Toy Kite Software is delighted to introduce iSamurai: Two-Player Sword Fight, their new Wi-Fi sword fighting game for iPhone and iPod Touch. Developed specifically to leverage the iPhone's accelerometers and networking capabilities, iSamurai is an interactive sword-fighting game, where the two players slash, thrust, and block each other with their iPhones. Attacks are interpreted by the iPhones in real-time and immediately registered by both iPhones as successful or blocked.