I am a very fussy person when it comes to my iTunes library. I like to have it completely organized and I can’t stand it when there are gaps in the song information or when cover art is missing – it’s one of my pet peeves. A tidy iTunes library leads to a clearer mind and, in my opinion, a far better listening experience.
There are a number of ways to tidy up an iTunes library on a mac. The first (and the most long-winded way) is to sit down with a beer and trawl through all your songs, filling in any missing information by using good old Wikipedia! This is not a problem if you’ve only got a few songs, but if you’re like most of us, you’ve got a large music library and you’ll want something a little more sophisticated to help you organize it. Read on to see if SongGenie is the answer you’re looking for.
Thanks to everyone who entered! I’m pleased to announce that the three lucky winners are:
- Brad Bolman
- David Ferguson
Your licenses will be on the way very soon.
After reviewing CoverScout earlier this week, we thought it would only be fair to give away a few licenses to our wonderful readers! Today’s competition is for three licenses of CoverScout, and three licenses of SongGenie (worth over $225!). These will be bundled together, so there will be three winners in total, each receiving both apps.
CoverScout is your one stop app for finding, applying, editing and printing all the album covers in your music library. SongGenie does a similar job, but focuses on all your iTunes metadata to ensure songs and albums are named and labelled correctly.
Entering the competition is easy, and just requires you to leave a comment on this post. We’ll randomly select the three winners in one week, on Friday 2nd April. Best of luck!