A high quality and very professional companion that is mostly used by deejays, video mavens. Its main advantage is that it is easy to use and very fast in its functioning.
SuperSync, an app designed to provide access to all your music in one location. This is definitely something to check out; particularly since we feel that for its price, you receive quite powerful software.
iTunes is the worlds best way to play and add to your collection of music, movies, TV shows, apps, audiobooks, and more. If you are iTunes fans, you can miss the top 5 must-have apps for better use of iTunes. Top On The List - Top 1. SuperSync
For those trying to manage an iTunes library, SuperSync ($23, Windows and OS X) and iTunes Sync (Free Windows) can get the job done, but SuperSync is the only cross-platform option.
SuperSync will sync all the iTunes libraries from your various devices and PCs as well as perform maintenance tricks like delete duplicates.
Safe and efficient at getting your iTunes Library onto another computer and keeping that media in sync.
Different iTunes libraries can be synchronised and songs copied and shared on multiple devices. Comprehensive analysis of iTunes libraries and sophisticated tools for sharing; access to library from anywhere; useful statistics; easy transfers to new machines.
"SuperSync is a breeze to install and set-up SuperSync does have lots of options, and youll need to spend some time in the app to understand how to tap its full potential. But once you do, youll be impressed with how much you can accomplish."
SuperSync had a nice booth at last week's Macworld Expo 2011 conference. In addition to a demo of the software on our livestream, we also chatted with the developer about how SuperSync (which allows you to share and view multiple iTunes libraries across PCs and platforms) was doing lately.
For the Mac, one of the more interesting products I saw was SuperSync 4.0 ($29 for a 2-pack license, currently available for $20 as a Macworld show special; supersync.com/), an ambitious application that keeps multiple iTunes libraries in sync across computers on your network or even remotely. If you find yourself with multiple iTunes libraries in your house and want to make it easier for everyone to enjoy the same music and movies, it's definitely worth downloading the demo and trying it out.
"If you're importing tracks that are short on details, you now have one-click access to scouring the Web for more metadata, and your resources include iTunes Store, YouTube, Google, Amazon, Last.fm, LyricsFly, and others."
The arduous task of keeping your iTunes library in sync across multiple Macs (and PCs) has gotten a little easier.
"Yup, SuperSync can perform its voodoo on both Macs and PCs, as well as Apples complete range of idevices iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, as well as traditional non-iOS iPods. Its super simple to set up and start using, though SuperSyncs full depth of features requires time to master. Im liking SuperSync and think it easily worth the $29 asking price."
SuperSync, a iTunes library synchronization and management tool, has been updated to version 4.0. SuperSync allows users to view, merge, and synchronize iTunes libraries over local networks or over the Internet, among other features. Version 4.0 offers users a brand new interface that allows for easier navigation of multiple libraries,
SuperSync one-ups iTunes by synching iTunes libraries over the Internet. Its perfect for anyone who uses multiple Macs, and SuperSync also has a bunch of other tricked-out features. ... SuperSync will even allow you to sync libraries cross-platform.
"This jack-of-all-trades extends your music collection's reach. If you've ever been frustrated with iTunes' sharing and syncing rules, the free demo is worth a spin."
SuperSyncs interface is straightforward and doesnt require a Sync for Dummies book. Its easy to browse all the iTunes media on either machine, Mac or PC. Music, artists, albums, and playlists are a click away.
Connecting to the Windows PC is simply a menu selection. SuperSync does all the handshaking and handholding to make it happen.