A handy and seamlessly easy to use application that allows you to find and remove duplicate tracks and music from your iTunes library
|Updated||June 23 2020|
Wide Angle Software N/A N/A
|Crack Size||10.5 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows XP 64 bit, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
Managing your iTunes music library can get tricky at some point, especially when it contains numerous tracks. Often, you might find that you have file duplicates in your library, which unnecessarily occupy space.
Tune Sweeper is a handy utility that can help you get rid of such nuisances, by removing any duplicates from your iTunes library. In order to properly work, the program requires iTunes and .Net Framework installed and running on your computer.
The application provides you with a convenient way of searching and removing duplicates from your iTunes music library. In order to optimize your search, you can narrow it by filtering songs by their artist name, length, album, track number or count.
Furthermore, the program can help you complete your music library, by adding artwork to the files that do not have it or search for missing tracks from an album. Additionally, you can fix and rewrite the information contained by certain files so that they display correct data.
Tune Sweeper Crack offers you the chance to clear your iTunes music library from duplicate files in a couple of clicks. Aside from this, the application can scan your computer for tracks that are not in your iTunes library. This is a helpful feature, because you can automatically detect songs that are absent from your iTunes library and add them.
In addition, the application can display the statistics of the songs you have listened to, so that you have a clear view of the main genres that you listen to and your preferences for bands and artists.
To sum it up, Tune Sweeper allows you to keep your iTunes library clean from file duplicates, whilst helping you complete critical information that might be missing from some of your songs.
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