TuneUp's iTunes Helper Launches To The Public

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TuneUp, the iTunes plugin that uses digital fingerprinting to help clean up your iTunes library, has launched to the public. The plugin is currently available to Windows users, with a Mac version expected this fall (annoying, by the site’s own admission). You can download it here.

Users can get a free version of the software that limits them to 500 song tag cleanups and 50 album cover lookups (suitable for only the smallest music libraries), or a paid version with no usage restrictions. The cost of the paid version is $12 per year, or $20 for a lifetime subscription. Both versions of the software also include features that will show YouTube videos related to the song currently playing, as well as concerts in the area.

For more details, refer to our extended introduction to the site from the launch of its private beta last May.

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