Super Sync is a professional-quality i Tunes library management solution that’s perfect for DJs, audiophiles, music collectors, video mavens, and anyone for whom music and video are major parts of their digital life.
Super Sync seamlessly and intuitively lets you compare, organize, merge, and manage i Tunes libraries across all of your Macs, PCs, and NAS devices. “Super Sync one-ups i Tunes by synching i Tunes libraries over the Internet.
Every household does not require more than a single computer that can run i Tunes.
But, there are cases when it is required to stream videos and music to devices that may be connected all over the house.
With Super Sync, back up your i Tunes libraries into accessable and portable music libraries that you can conveniently transport to another computer.
Super Sync makes the process super easy and intuitive.
Super Sync does have lots of options, and you'll need to spend some time in the app to understand how to tap its full potential. Super Sync's unique library viewer lets you see two libraries at the same time.
But once you do, you'll be impressed with how much you can accomplish.” Super Sync gives you all the features and capabilities you need to seamlessly and effortlessy manage your i Tunes libraries, regardless of how many you have or how large they are. With just a glance, you can easily tell if a track is in your local i Tunes library, a remote i Tunes library, or synchronized and in both i Tunes libraries just by looking at the tracks color coding.
His loyal social media following continues to grow each day alongside his impressive grass roots movement.However, it soon transpires that, while Bon Jovi is still very much a rock star (perhaps even, if judged solely on album and concert ticket sales, the pre-eminent rock star of his generation), he is much less of a grumpy one these days.Today he is in full-on ‘charm’ mode; friendly and funny, with a habit of slapping you on the knee when he says something he’s particularly pleased with.The night before our interview, he had appeared on The One Show, playing a glass armonica (an unusual instrument in which a series of spinning glass bowls produce musical notes) and looking slightly bamboozled by the show’s format (‘We don’t have anything quite like that at home,’ he says).Earlier in the day he had managed not to look too put-out when, at the press conference for Bon Jovi’s July show in Hyde Park, many journalists ignored the band to ask a representative from the concert promoters AEG questions about volume levels (last year, several Hyde Park concerts were disrupted by poor sound).Music can be stored along with other media on i Tunes.