TuneUp for iTunes maker TuneUp Media, has debuted the International version of TuneUp in French, German, Italian, and Spanish.
The international TuneUp will allow users around the world to enjoy music videos, fix mislabeled song information, find missing cover art and receive upcoming concert alerts.
"With more than 60,000 downloads of TuneUp from 120 different countries since our launch in July, it's clear that people worldwide want TuneUp", said Gabriel Adiv, the CEO and founder of TuneUp.
"As we continue to improve TuneUp and extend its features, we also want to make sure as many people as possible can benefit from it. This international version gives French, German, Italian, and Spanish speakers the best way to clean and explore their music."
TuneUp is also testing its much-awaited Mac OS X release, slated to be launched by the end of October.
TuneUp is best known for its music "clean" function that takes an audio fingerprint of mislabeled tracks in a user's library, and fills in the missing information using Gracenote's (News
) Global Media Database of more than 90 million songs.
TuneUp also enhances improving the iTunes / iPhone (News
) / iPod cover flow navigation experience by providing missing cover art for a user's collection. Juxtaposed next to iTunes, TuneUp also displays concerts, merchandise, videos, and Web sites for the bands, in a user’s collection.
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Edited by Stefania Viscusi