TuneUp for Mac/PC Sale: Cleans & Organizes iTunes, 40% Off [Deals]


If you have a tonne of music within your iTunes library, keeping everything organized can be troublesome at times. Your life can be much easier if you’re using TuneUp, a powerful piece of software that can transform your music library in just a few clicks.

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Here’s what it can do:

  • Clean – Accurately fixes mislabeled or missing song information (like “Track 01” or “Unknown Artist”) using cutting-edge waveform recognition
  • Cover Art  – Scans your entire music collection in seconds and automagically™ fills in missing album artwork.
  • DeDuper – Intelligently finds and removes duplicate music files, freeing up hard drive space and saving you a headache.
  • Tuniverse – Delivers music videos, artist bios, concert alerts, social network integration and more
  • Lyrics: view lyrics to your favourite songs as they’re played in iTunes and Windows Media Player!

TuneUp has had over 12 million downloads, so the numbers speak for themselves. It is regularly priced for $50, but it is 40% off for just $30 via our partners at Stack Social.

Check out the video below to learn more about TuneUp:

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  • ivan

    Your autoplay video is extremely annoying. I was listening to music when it rudely interrupted it. TURN IT OFF

  • tymanrew

    Stay as far away from tuneup as you can !

  • Ha. I’ve got a massive music library (over 11,000 songs), but have no need for TuneUp, as I grabbed track titles from Gracenote and added cover art when I imported my CDs (and obviously stuff purchased on iTunes comes properly labelled). Perhaps it should read “If you have a tonne of songs that you’ve ripped from your friends or illegally downloaded in your iTunes library…”

  • It was from TuneUp’s Vimeo embed. We’ll see if we can turn it off.

  • Olley

    30 bucks is still expensive for a “trick” like this. 10 bucks then I’m in.

  • TuneUp was full price 30$ last year. Now they’re having a 30$ “sale”. Its also subscription based, if it couldn’t suck anymore.

  • themisfit

    I picked this up in a bundle with 8 or 9 other apps for $39. I would not reccomend it. I had all my music off o f my person all CD’s and this messed it all up. It even changed titles and info from tracks I purchased from iTunes. Avoid this app at all costs, if you value your music.

  • Nick

    Tuneup did more harm than good to my library – lots of wrong titles, artwork, some album titles and track names turned in to Japanese….

  • You should be able to set your own embed settings when you embed stuff from Vimeo. If you’re not using the handy “show options” section of the share window from the Vimeo page, then you can remove it manually in the code. Just take off the “?autoplay=1” from the end of the URL in the embed code.