Transform your digital music collection. Automagically™. TuneUp offers all of the tools that you need to manage and discover your growing music library for one low price:
• Fixes mislabeled song information, like “Track 01” and “Unknown Artist” using cutting-edge acoustic fingerprinting technology
• Fills in missing album cover art
• Intelligently finds and removes duplicate tracks
Learn more about TuneUp:
TuneUp is an easy-to-use, yet powerful companion app for iTunes that lets you manage, organize and discover your digital music library like never before.
TuneUp uses cutting-edge acoustic fingerprinting technology to identify and fix mislabeled or missing song information, and fill in album cover art. What once was “Track 01” through “Track 12” now has all the correct information, including Artist, Album, Release Year, Genre and Album Artwork.
TuneUp also uses the same acoustic fingerprinting technology to power DeDuper, the most intelligent duplicate song removal tool on the market. Zap duplicate tracks and free up space on your hard drive, mobile phone and MP3 player.
• Mac OS X 10.9 or later
• iTunes 7.4+
• At least 70MB of free hard drive space
• 1 GB of RAM
• A high-speed Internet connection (the faster, the better)
• Digital music in an MP3 or MP4 format
• No proxy or corporate firewall
Small compatibility issue with MacOS 10.12.5
Other bug fixes
Most Helpful Reviews
Major Improvements - I had the older version of this application on a different computer and was less than thrilled with the results. Eventually it got the job done, but there were definitely some bugs. I decided to give the new update of Tuneup a try on my wife's library and I was really pleased with the results. It appears they have made some major improvements that made the program run faster with less hangups and zero crashing. This time around it really does seem to work "automagically"
Thank you for ruining my music collection. - Tuneup decided to pull all kinds of names for songs (some of them in chinese), that were completely inaccurate. Now I have a practically unbrowsable collection. This program is CRAP!