Alamo, CA Jan 27, 2011 in iTunes
California based SuperSync today announces its 4.0.1 update will be released during Macworld Expo at Booth #948. SuperSync enables users to visually compare, access, sync, and merge iTunes libraries including music, audio files, podcasts, and video, across multiple Macintosh and Windows PCs, iPhones, iPads, and iPods. Version 4.0.1 adds the ability to watch video files from your iTunes library using a web browser.
[prMac.com] Oakland, California - SuperSync, the industry leading iTunes sync utility, announced its 4.0.1 update will be released during Macworld Expo (Booth #948). SuperSync 4.0.1 adds the ability to watch video files from your iTunes library using a web browser.
"We are looking forward to MacWorld 2011 and are excited to announce the immediate availability of version 4.0.1," noted Brad Lowe, president of SuperSync. "With this release, users can browse video clips as well as songs with the built-in browser."
SuperSync 4.0, enables users to visually compare, access, sync, and merge iTunes libraries including music, audio files, podcasts, and video, across multiple Macintosh and Windows PCs, iPhones, iPads, and iPods.
SuperSync 4.0.1 is available now for purchase online for as little as $29 (USD) for a 2-Pak, $39 for a 5-Pak, and $49 for 10-Pak. SuperSync 4.0 is a free upgrade for all current SuperSync owners. Visit SuperSync at Macworld Expo, Booth #948, for special show pricing.
SuperSync 4.0.1 includes fixes for a few minor issues from the 4.0 release, including additional menu shortcuts, removal of a bogus warning about overlapping library names, an unexpected error message when comparing some types of playlists, and web playback of audio on the iPhone.
SuperSync includes a web browser interface that lets you browse and play and view your iTunes collection - within a local network, or from anywhere on the Internet. Now you can play your MP3 and MP4 files from any modern web browser. iOS users can view their library and play individual MP3 files.
"SuperSync gives users an All Access Pass to their iTunes content," explained Lowe. "And these updates expands that control with the ability to preview clips as well as music using the built-in browser"
With SuperSync's built-in client/server software, users can instantly retrieve a song left on your laptop, play a song on your home computer while using your office PC, or copy your entire iTunes library on to a new computer.
By placing a copy of SuperSync 4.0 on each Mac or PC, users can easily compare and merge two iTunes libraries to see what tracks are missing, select them, and click "Synchronize" to begin merging the two libraries. SuperSync 4.0 includes a basic audio player so you can organize, sync-up, and play all of your songs directly from SuperSync, with no external player required for MP3/M4A music files.
SuperSync offers complete back-up functionality that lets users quickly and easily create a "master library" with other computers in the house or office having a subset or mirror image. SuperSync can also recover the contents from most Apple iPods, iPhones, and iPads that are paired with an unavailable computer.
Located in beautiful Oakland, California, SuperSync is a privately held company founded in 2003. SuperSync is a personal music library synchronization software company, committed to building tools for easy-to-use access to personal music collections. SuperSync is licensed only for reproduction of non-copyrighted materials, materials for which the copyright is owned, or materials users are legally permitted to reproduce. Tivo is a registered trademark of Tivo, Inc. Mac, iPod, and iTunes are registered trademarks of Apple, Inc.