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beaTunes 4.0.25


Name beaTunes 4.0.25
Size 153.0 MB
Created on 2015-07-10 22:31:10
Hash 7c68cb117407a8f989d6d833df8e65c24b0b9e0f
Files beaTunes 4.0.25/beaTunes-4-0-25-osx.dmg (151.7 MB)
beaTunes 4.0.25/ (1.35 MB)
beaTunes 4.0.25/serials.txt (0.18 kB)


Name: beaTunes
Version: 4.0.25
Mac Platform: Intel
Includes: KG/Serial

OS version: OS X 10.7.5 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
RAM minimum: 4 GB

Block connections to:

Courtesy of Team DVT (KG requires Java)

(Serials are included if you don't want to run the KG)

Release Date: July 9, 2015

What's New in beaTunes 4.0.25

Changed id3 rating export to please Explorer.
Fixed little issue in artwork file cache.
Fixed persistence of replace/import option in analysis.
Fixed ####!#### iTunes 12.2 library name.
Fixed enable/disable issue in inspection button.

Full Release Notes:

beaTunes is a full-featured music player and organizational tool for music collections.

How well organized is your music Library? Are your artists always spelled the same way?

Any R.E.M. vs REM? beaTunes can easily fix this and other problems with its unique inspection feature (license required for applying one-click solutions).

Could your last mix CD's song order use some improvement? Let beaTunes re-arrange your playlist for you! Always wondered how you could take advantage of the BPM (beats per minute) field? Let beaTunes fill in the blanks and help you while DJ'ing at your next party.

Here are some more examples of what you can do with beaTunes:

Navigate in songs semantically, i.e. segment to segment.
Automatically determine BPM (beats per minute).
Automatically determine the musical key your songs are in.
Sort existing playlists so that matching songs succeed each other.
Create matchlists, i.e., playlists based on one or more sample songs.
Browse songs from your music collection that match the currently selected song.
Find all songs iTunes marks with an exclamation mark and remove them from the library.
Find duplicates via acoustic fingerprinting.

More info: