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Smarts is a Smart Playlist Manager. Smarts will save and store the criteria of an iTunes Smart Playlist -- the "smarts" of a Smart Playlist -- as a template so you can reload it into iTunes later.
  • Use Smart Playlist "Starter" Templates
  • Perhaps the best use of Smarts is to maintain several "starter" Smart Playlist templates of your frequently used criteria (eg: Genre is not Holiday or Last Played is not in the last 6 months). Instead of painstakingly re-entering the same basic -- and perhaps elaborate -- criteria over and over again, just load a pre-made "starter" template as a new Smart Playlist in iTunes. more...

What's New

Version 1.2.0:
  • Adds Export feature for Current Smart Playlists
  • Can export multiple selected items to a single iTunes-importable XML file
  • Can check if a saved template is already loaded in iTunes
  • Can check if a current Smart Playlist is already saved as a template
  • Adds list-specific contextual menus
  • Additional helpful warnings when appropriate
  • Minor more...


OS X 10.6.6 or later

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Penguirl Member IconComment+1057

I'd love to try it out but it's just not worth launching the Crap Store, logging in, copying it from /Applications to /Applications/3rdPartyApps/Audio and then deleting the copy at root level, authenticating both actions because I run as non-admin, and then removing the icon from the dock.

I'm sure the Crap Store is great for the unwashed masses, but for those of us who have been doing OS X since 10.0 and have everything set-up just the way we want it it's just a PITA.

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Version 1.1.0
Doug Adams



FYI, there are ways to move apps in one step rather than two:

(1) Hold down the  key while dragging an app in Finder from one place to another.

(2) In Terminal, use the mv (move) command like this:

sudo mv "/Applications/Smarts.app" "/Applications/3rdPartyApps/Audio/Smarts.app"

A good thing about the MAS is that once you have installed and moved an app to where you want it to be, subsequent updates of the app will occur in place at that location, unlike what usually occurs with pkg or other kinds of installers, which are hardcoded to always install or update in the same developer defined location.

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Version 1.0.0
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License Free
Date 13 Jul 2013
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