December 3, 2014 in iTunes (E)
[prMac.com] Alamo, California - SuperSync 6.1 lets users visually compare and merge music libraries from multiple sources into one consolidated media library. SuperSync 6.1 improves its support for Network Attached Storage (NAS) libraries. Music, video, and playlists can be easily moved to a central repository of music and can be accessed by most whole home media systems, such as AirPlay, Sonos, Bose, S1Digital, or VortexBox. This version of SuperSync also adds improved network security, and improved Windows and OS X support.
SuperSync 6.1, enables users to visually compare, access, sync, and merge iTunes libraries including music, audio files, video files, podcasts, and playlists across multiple Macintosh, Windows, NAS, iPhone, iPad, and iPod devices.
By placing a copy of SuperSync on each Mac or PC, users can easily compare and merge two iTunes libraries at a time to see what tracks are missing, select a few or all of the tracks, and click "Synchronize" to begin merging the libraries. SuperSync includes a basic audio player so users can organize, sync-up, and play songs directly from SuperSync.
SuperSync can recover music from disk drives and iOS devices (iPod, iPhone, and iPad) without duplicates. SuperSync is a media tool designed for all music enthusiasts that have music in multiple places.
SuperSync offers complete back-up functionality that lets users quickly and easily create a "master library". Other computers in the house or office can have a a subset or mirror image. SuperSync lets users back up or sync playlists, ratings, played counts and other audio/video iTunes content.
New in SuperSync 6.1 are secure networking between two SuperSync systems that lets users access their music from anywhere. A web browser or another copy of SuperSync, a password, and a few clicks is all that is needed for access to for instant access to the user's media. SuperSync network access supports track upload/download, meta data updating, and web access.
SuperSync includes powerful media library analysis tools to help detect and eliminate file duplicates, broken links, and other common problems. A simple color-coded user interface makes it easy to visually compare two libraries and merge the content in a flexible way. SuperSync features single-click access to identify common problems.
SuperSync enables users to explore the music they listen to. Internet searches using a single keystroke can pull up more information for any Track--Including Lyrics, Youtube Videos, Pandora, Apple Music Store, Amazon, And Much More.
* Mac: Intel Mac OS computers through 10.5 through 10.10
* Windows: Windows NT- through Windows 10
* NAS: Apps have been built for ReadyNAS, S1Digital, Synology, Thecus, QNAP, VortexBox and others. Requires Java 5 or higher
Pricing and Availability:
SuperSync license for Windows and Mac is available now for purchase online for $22.95 (USD) for a 2-Pak, $29.95 for a 5-Pak, and $39.95 for 10-Pak. A license is recommend for each desktop computer (Mac or PC) a user runs iTunes on. SuperSync for NAS is currently free and does not require a paid license to use. SuperSync can be downloaded immediately from its website. SuperSync will run in a free trial mode to let users see it in action with their iTunes libraries.
Located in beautiful Alamo, California, SuperSync is a privately held company founded in 2007 committed to building tools for easy-to-use access to personal music and video 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. Mac, iPod, and iTunes are registered trademarks of Apple, Inc. Sonos, Logitech, ReadyNAS, Synology, QNAP, and VortexBox are copyright their respective owners.