SubRosaSoft Announces MusicRenamer 2.0

Universal Binary version of freeware tool for renaming MP3, AAC, M4P,
and M4A files now allows customizable name formatting.

Union City, CA November 10th, 2006 — Inc., a
software company focusing on system utility and data
recovery software, announced today the availability of MusicRenamer
2.0. MusicRenamer renames MP3, AAC, M4P and M4A files in a consistent
format to keep your music library organized. It is now a Universal
Binary build for Intel and PowerPC based Mac OS X computers and the
latest version supports customization of the naming conventions.

In response to popular demand MusicRenamer 2.0 allows a customizable
naming scheme. You can rename your songs with combinations of the
artists name, album name, track number, song title, composer, and
genre in the order you specify. In a few clicks, your music library
will be organized according to the format you prefer.

Following in the footsteps of MacForensicsLab, FileSalvage, and
VolumeWorks, MusicRenamer 2.0 adds to SubRosaSoft’s Universal Binary
portfolio. This Universal Binary version of MusicRenamer is optimized
to run at peak performance on any Mac architecture.

MusicRenamer is free of charge and may be freely distributed.
However, if you enjoy using the application, SubRosaSoft would
appreciate your donation to the “(” (Giving
children from low-income families the opportunity to read and own
their first new books.)

Pricing, Availability and System Requirements

SubRosaSoft MusicRenamer is freeware and requires System 10.3 or higher

For more information on MusicRenamer, please
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About Inc.’s design philosophy revolves around easy-to-use yet
extremely powerful Mac OS X software.

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