SuperSync runs on Mac, Windows, and selected NAS systems.
|SuperSync for Mac OS X|
SuperSync for Mac OS X systems.
|License: Commercial||Version: 6.1.1|
|Platform: Mac OS X 10.7 and up||Mac 64 Download|
|Platform: Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6||Mac 32 Download|
||Uninstall:||Drag the SuperSync application to the trash|
|SuperSync for Windows|
|License: Shareware||Version: 6.1.1|
|Platform: Windows||Win Download|
|SuperSync for NAS|
|Supports Synology, ReadyNAS, S1Digital, VortexBox, and Amahi.
About SuperSync for NAS
|License: Free||Version: 6.1|
|Amahi - Install from the Package Manager|
|VortexBox - Install from the Package Manager|
|S1Digital - Pre-installed|
|Requireds Java 1.6 or higher. Synology users may need to change their Trust Level in Package Center to allow 'unsigned' packages to be installed.|
The desktop SuperSync for Mac and Windows runs as a demo that will let you view your entire library (tested by users on over 100,000+ tracks). You'll be able to connect to a second library, such as a hard drive, NAS, another computer running SuperSync, or iOS device. From there you'll be able to transfer files, find problems with your library and much more.
This trial version of SuperSync lets access your music over a network and synchronize between two networked music libraries. The SuperSync demo will allow you to connect to other music libraries for viewing purposes, but you'll only be able to copy 25 tracks per session. (Quitting and restarting the application will let you copy another batch of 25 tracks.) The best way to use SuperSync is to run a copy on each each computer you have music on.
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If you run into problems, let us know -- we'd like to help. Your feedback is always appreciated and we usually respond within 24 hours. You can also use the "Submit Bug Report/Suggestion" item from SuperSync's Help menu.