PowerTunes 1.0 lets you organize multiple iTunes libraries
July 9, 2008 in iTunes
[prMac.com] Ithaca, New York - Fat Cat Software, maker of iPhoto Library Manager, today announced the release of PowerTunes 1.0, a new program that allows iTunes users to create multiple libraries, organize their music among multiple music folders, and share music and libraries between multiple users on a machine.
In addition to simply creating and keeping track of your libraries, PowerTunes also offers many additional features to help organize your music. Users can copy music back and forth between their libraries while maintaining all their ratings, play counts, and other information stored in iTunes. This allows libraries to be split up into smaller ones, or merged together into larger ones.
PowerTunes also offers a one-step solution for sharing iTunes libraries and music among multiple user accounts on a machine, allows users to fix dead tracks whose files have gone missing, finds orphaned music files in their music folders, and much more.
Pricing and Availability:
PowerTunes can be downloaded for a free 30 day trial period from the company website. A license for PowerTunes can be purchased for $19.95 USD to allow unlimited use of the program. PowerTunes requires a PPC or Intel Mac running OS X 10.4.9 or later with iTunes 7.0 or later.
Fat Cat Software is run by Brian Webster and has been creating software for the Mac OS X platform since 2004.