Keep Your iTunes Clean With TuneUp [Deals]

Keep Your iTunes Clean With TuneUp [Deals]

The app known as iTunes can become a real unwieldy mess, especially as it grows courtesy of downloadable content, cd importing and the like. It’s a pretty smart program in that it can “occasionally” know what Track 1 is based on the album it comes from, but what if you’re importing a mixed CD? What about album cover art? That doesn’t always register. And what if you’ve got two instances of the same song in there? Getting them out of iTunes manually is a real pain. What if iTunes could have a little extra “magic” added to it?

Well it can…with TuneUp. That’s because TuneUp “transforms your music collection…automagically™”.

Cleaning up your iTunes Library has never been more robust and easy-to-use. TuneUp hooks up with iTunes to organize and categorize your music from top to bottom. And for a very limited time, Cult of Mac Deals has it lined up for you…and for just $30!

The TuneUp Bundle (Lifetime License) includes the following features:

  • Clean: Accurately fixes mislabeled or missing song information (like “Track 01” or “Unknown Artist”) using cutting-edge waveform recognition.
  • Cover Art: Scans your entire music collection in seconds and automagically™ fills in missing album artwork.
  • DeDuper: Intelligently finds and removes duplicate music files from your music library using waveform recognition.
  • Tuniverse: Delivers music videos, artist bios, concert alerts, social network integration and more.

I’m a longtime user of TuneUp and it’s an all-in-one solution that simply creates a better iTunes experience — bar none. And I’m not the only one who thinks TuneUp is great:

“TuneUp is an awesome plug-in that hooks into an online database and analyzes your incorrect track titles and automatically renames them for you.” – WIRED

“Quite possibly the most important piece of software any music lover can buy.” – UNCRATE

“Does it work? It does. I had about a thousand songs with crazy titles. The system cleaned most of them up in about ten minutes.” – TechCrunch

“Aside from its cool retro rocket-man logo, the service offers nothing short of a complete overhaul of your iTunes library.” – MTV

Another bonus: TuneUp works with both Mac OS X (10.5+) and the Windows (XP SP2 +) operating systems. That means both Mac and Windows users can get the benefit of a cleaner, leaner and meaner iTunes Library.

This sale is for the TuneUp Bundle – which includes all four TuneUp products including cleaning up incorrect song information, adding missing cover art, removing duplicate songs, and integrating real-time information like upcoming concerts, links to music videos, and artists bios. But this latest Cult of Mac Deals offer won’t be around for long.

So pick up the TuneUp Bundle today – and make your iTunes sing like never before!

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  • martinsdudek

    It’s totally worth it. It saved my iTunes library from itself.

  • mr_bee

    This sounds like a complete rip-off to me. iTunes can already do all these things by itself. The cost is more than the whole OS for what is essentially a bunch of scripts to invoke features that are already a part of iTunes.

  • Rob Klaproth

    This sounds like a complete rip-off to me. iTunes can already do all these things by itself. The cost is more than the whole OS for what is essentially a bunch of scripts to invoke features that are already a part of iTunes.

    While I agree that this app is a RIP Off, do tell us how you can do all these things? Maybe provide links to some scripts too. LOL

    BTW, I’ve heard these tuneup people are shady. They take your money, then come out with a new product and make you pay for an upgrade.. which I think is BS… I mean sure, Apple does it with their OS, and Microsoft does it with Office… And Adobe with Photoshop… But seriously for a little program that cleans up your itunes, why do you have to pay for every update?

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