TuneUp restores Windows Media Player support, fixes Automagic Status bar bug
TuneUpMedia has released TuneUp 3.0.3, a minor update to its iTunes clean-up tool for Windows and Mac. Version 3.0.3 fixes a bug to make the new Automagic Status bar more responsive, plus adds back support for Windows Media Player to the Windows builds.
TuneUp is designed to simplify the task of managing, organizing and cleaning up messy iTunes (and Windows Media Player) libraries, and version 3.0.3 comes hot on the heels of the recent major 3.0 update.
TuneUp 3.0.2 introduced a major new feature -- Automagic -- which is designed to fix a music library with just a few clicks. The feature is accessed via a new Results tab, where users can quickly fix problems with song info, cover art and duplicate tracks with a single click.
Version 3.0.2 also introduced a new Dashboard, providing a "real-time insight into your library in cool graphs", while another new tab -- History -- provides users with a real undo button for the first time, allowing them to undo over-zealous cleaning quickly and safely.
TuneUp continues to support drag ‘n’ drag for smaller libraries or individual tracks, and version 3.0.2 rounded off its changes with a redesigned Tuniverse tab boasting new content from Rhapsody. Certain features -- lyrics, concert alerts and social sharing -- have disappeared in the update to version 3, but TuneUpMedia promise they’ll be adding back some of these at a later date.
TuneUp 3.0.3 is available now as a free function-limited trial download for Windows and Mac running iTunes or Windows Media Player. The full version can be purchased one of two ways: either $39.95 for an annual subscription, or a one-off cost of $49.95.