September 7, 2015 in iTunes (E)
[prMac.com] Stafford, United Kingdom - Wide Angle Software Ltd, a company known for creation of the popular iTunes clean-up software, Tune Sweeper 4, announces an outstanding new software feature. Tune Sweeper 4 now identifies tracks from Apple Music, making it easy to see which songs will vanish from iTunes if users cancel their Apple Music subscription.
The newly improved Tune Sweeper 4 has some unique features that makes it useful to music lovers worldwide. The previous versions of Tune Sweeper 4 enabled users to remove duplicate and missing tracks from iTunes, download missing artwork and fix incorrect track Information, as well as add music to iTunes and view iTunes usage statistics.
Most recently however, developers at Wide Angle Software noticed that if music is added to iTunes using the Apple Music streaming service, the Apple Music tracks are seamlessly merged with the rest of users' iTunes library. As the Apple Music tracks appear as part of users' regular music collection, it can be difficult to identify these from the rest of their purchased music. Users whose free 3-month Apple Music trials are due to expire soon, and those who are considering canceling their subscription, especially those with large music libraries, may be wondering which tracks in their collection were added by Apple Music.
Adding to it's rich feature set, Tune Sweeper 4 now enables users to identify Apple Music tracks in iTunes, so they can quickly determine what music would vanish were they to cancel their subscription to Apple Music. Tune Sweeper 4 can also help users make an informed choice as to whether to subscribe to Apple Music at the end of the free 3-month trial. Tune Sweeper runs on a Mac or PC and will display a complete list of tracks and albums that were added by the Apple Music streaming service. Using Tune Sweeper, users can even visit the albums store page in iTunes quickly by selecting the albums shown in Tune Sweeper, enabling users to purchase individual tracks or albums, rather than opting for a monthly Apple Music subscription.
Tune Sweeper free trial also enables users to view duplicate and missing tracks in iTunes as well as view their iTunes usage statistics. A full version of the software is required to remove duplicate and missing tracks from iTunes as well as fix incorrect song data and missing album art. The program is available in English, French, German, Spanish and Japanese languages. It is updated regularly to enhance the feature set and the product updates as well as friendly customer support are provided free of charge.
The Apple Music feature in Tune Sweeper 4 feature is available as part of the free software trial, which can be downloaded from Wide Angle Software online. The software is compatible with Mac O SX 10.7 or higher, as well as with Windows 7, 8 and 10.
Wide Angle Software believes software should be easy to use, look good and above all be useful to a wide range of consumers. The firm specialises in iOS, Windows and Mac software for managing digital media, specifically on portable media devices such as iPods, iPhones and iPads. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2015 Wide Angle Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.