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Shouldn't it be a con that it only works with iTunes? I know it's free, but many (like me) won't install it.
FYI the site isn't centre-aligning in the latest version of Chrome like it does in FF and IE.
That's all its designed to do, at this stage. We wouldn't mark down and iPad accesory if it didn't work with other tablets.
If you're ad blocking it breaks the centre alignment on all browsers. Otherwise seems to work fine on my version of Chrome.
@Ed Thanks for responding. Now I'm home I see it's working fine in Chrome here, must just be my work config.
Another thing though - with the pop-up window log-in I can't have the browser to remember my username and password, which is a bit of a nuisance as no one else has access to my PC.
I'm a TuneUp client myself, but while it's rather good, the client is buggy and hangs from time to time for no good reason.
It could be great but it's not there yet.
So what happens to iTunes library after a year when licence runs out? Surely sorting out library is something most people will only have to do once? Does something happen after a year so I have to buy a new licence?
I like that it operates side-by side with iTunes so you can see exactly what gets changed. However, I used a free BETA of a tool called CopyTrans TuneTastic to remove duplicates and fix missing tracks from my iTunes library.
Don't download the new version 3.0 until they get it to run. You will only be frustrated. If you can get version 2.4 that seemed to work
new version is awful. a massive backwards step. Has screwed up my music library. AVOID.
Terrible software! No support. Don't use.
Well Tuneup has completed messed up my entire music library and actually made it even worst than it was before. For example I had all the Nirvana studio albums, but then it decided to divide them all up into bootleg eps and best of compilations rather than the albums they were originally categorised in. Nirvana is just one example of many, also complete albums and tracks are now missing. it's a complete disaster. the software simply doesn't work and is not fit for purpose and I will be deleting immediately.
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