SuperSync update for Mac OS X adds iPhone/iPod access
SuperSync (http://www.supersync.com/) -- Mac OS X compatible software that acts as a music collection’s central hub, retrieving, organizing, and syncing all music and movie files across machines and disk drives in order to create one consistent, complete music library -- has been updated to version 3.5. The upgrade adds instant access to all of Apple's iPhone and iPod products.
Now users can retrieve, backup and merge their iPod/iPhone music/video collection and playlists to any computer running SuperSync. With SuperSync, users can retrieve a song from a laptop, play or download a song from a home computer while at the office, upload a new album from the road, or back-up an entire music library on a new computer or network drive. It allows visual comparison of two music libraries locally or over the net. With this feature, users can see what music is located in each library. They can select the tracks they want copied from one library to the other, and click Syncrhonize to begin one or two-way file synchronization.
SuperSync includes integration with iTunes so that any additions to the SuperSync music library can be automatically reflected in iTunes. SuperSync eliminates the need to manually add new music or remove broken links in iTunes. Also, the software includes a powerful library scanner that will clean up your SuperSync and iTunes music libraries, removing broken links to music and adding new tracks.
A copy of SuperSync is recommended for each Mac and PC that has music on it. SuperSync is priced at US$29 for two copies. For an individual synchronizing or remotely accessing their personal music libraries, a copy of SuperSync is required for each computer. SuperSync is priced at US$29 for a 2-machine license. Family licenses are available for US$39 per 5-pack, and US$59 per 10-pack. A demo is available for download and version 3.5 is a free update for registered users. It requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or higher.