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Average iTunes Library = 3K Songs And Is Heavily Mislabeled [And Other Interesting Stats]

Average iTunes Library = 3K Songs And Is Heavily Mislabeled [And Other Interesting Stats]

TuneUp founder and CEO Gabe Adiv. Photo by Isaac Wexman: http://www.flickr.com/photos/isaacwexman/3555918326/in/set-72157618654001924/

TuneUp is the #1 add-on for iTunes. It cleans up song metadata like missing album info or misspelled names. It also delivers related music videos, and alerts you when favorite artists are playing in town.

It’s easy to use and can do a quick job of cleaning up the messiest library. But it’s not perfect: songs can be mislabeled and there’s been complaints of bugs and crashes.┬áTuneUp costs $39.95/yr or $49.95 one time fee for a bundle. TuneUp also offers a la carte pricing for individual products. A free demo cleans up to 50 songs and removes 25 duplicates.

Yesterday I got a chance to talk to Gabe Adiv, founder and CEO of TuneUp Media,company behind the plug-in.

He gave me some interesting statistics about iTunes and listening habits, as well as thoughts about Apple moving music into the cloud.

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