Monday, August 19th, 2013
SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired) -  TuneUp Media, the creators of the #1 companion app for iTunes®, today unveiled TuneUp 3.0, a brand new version of the software rebuilt from the ground up. TuneUp 3.0 has a slew of new features that reinvent digital music organization, while showcasing a retooled user interface that makes fixing and managing digital music libraries even easier.

Automagic = One click fix
The most obvious change in TuneUp 3.0 is the launch of Automagic, a totally new concept of how to organize digital music. Unlike previous versions of TuneUp where the user needed to locate problematic music files (like songs with mislabeled metadata, missing album artwork, or duplicates) and drag them into the app, Automagic now finds and fixes these files with a single click.

"Automagic is the result of our users requesting a simple, painless way to organize their entire music libraries. We're excited to now offer a fully automated process that fixes all the metadata issues at the same time, and with improved accuracy," said TuneUp Media CEO Greg Nuyens.

Dashboard = Digital music library at a glance
Another feature new to TuneUp 3.0 is Dashboard. At launch, Dashboard scans one's music library and provides a diagnostic of how much needs fixing. As Automagic progresses, Dashboard displays a snapshot of the status of their music in dynamic, colorful graphs.

Customers that have already purchased TuneUp will receive a free upgrade to TuneUp 3.0, and will have unlimited access to the new features. Trial customers get full access to the Dashboard, and can use Automagic to fix up to 100 songs. TuneUp licenses are offered at $39.95 for the Annual Subscription and $49.95 for the One-Time Purchase. TuneUp 3.0 is immediately available, and can be downloaded or purchased at

About TuneUp Media

TuneUp Media is the developer of TuneUp, the #1 app for iTunes®, and the popular iOS song identification app, TuneUp Mobile. TuneUp offers must-have digital music management and discovery tools that let consumers fully experience their digital library. TuneUp fixes missing or mislabeled song information, adds missing album art, removes duplicate tracks, and presents a suite of "infotainment" features such as artist bios, music recommendations, and more. TuneUp Media is privately held and based in San Francisco.

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