MultiTunes
MultiTunes
1.6

4.0

MultiTunes free download for Mac

MultiTunes

1.6
13 August 2010

iTunes plug-in to manage multiple iTunes libraries.

Overview

MultiTunes is an iTunes plug-in that lets you manage multiple iTunes libraries simply and seamlessly from within iTunes itself. There is no external program to run.

What's new in MultiTunes

Version 1.6:
  • Recover from certain rare kinds of corrupted MultiTunes libraries.

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6 MultiTunes Reviews

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Xenophile
30 October 2008

Most helpful

Not competitive with alternatives like iTunes Library Manager and Libra, both of which can assign unique preference files to each library, something that cannot be done with iTune's built in multiple library function. Extra bonus: ITLM and Libra are both $10.
Like (4)
Version 1.4.1
Aargl
27 September 2012
Though its price is absurd (should be free, compared to many others...), it's simple to use once you've set things right and integrated with iTunes. You've got to tinker a bit so set-up libraries if you already have existing ones, but once you're done, it's very pleasant to use and becomes quite invisible. For those of you reluctant about the price, it looks like you can use it for free provided a nagging window which remains more attractive than launching an app... ;-)
Like (1)
Version 1.6
Xenophile
30 October 2008
Not competitive with alternatives like iTunes Library Manager and Libra, both of which can assign unique preference files to each library, something that cannot be done with iTune's built in multiple library function. Extra bonus: ITLM and Libra are both $10.
Like (4)
Version 1.4.1
Marook
18 September 2006
This looks to be somewhat irrelevant with iTunes 7, as you can simply quit iTunes and hold down Option while opening iTunes, and it will ask you what Library to use (or create a new).
Like (2)
Version 1.1
4 answer(s)
Yuletide
Yuletide
18 January 2007
No way! That is awesome!!!
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Version 1.1.1
Jean-Loup
Jean-Loup
17 May 2007
Maybe for 7.x users, but not for 6.0.x ones :-)
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Version 1.2
gcoghill
gcoghill
22 August 2007
I could have sworn you could use the option key trick with 6.0 Works with iPhoto too.
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Version 1.2.1
Thecause
Thecause
24 August 2008
It takes out a lot of steps and makes it easier - I am not a big fan of searching directories every time I want to switch iTunes libraries.
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Version 1.3
Ed-b
24 August 2006
Not sure what your getting here for the money but it looks like you sort things into folders. I can do this in iTunes already. Have you tried Libra http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/13728 its cheaper and works with external locations. The website says that it will run under Rosetta and that an Intel version will be available in October.
Like (1)
Version 1.0.2
Gljones
10 August 2006
I can't get it to remember the names of my libraries when I rename them (even hit SAVE). Would love a better setup menu where you can click NEW and select a name and folder where the library exists. I have 3 libraries, 1 on the local drive and 2 on a Lacie USB drive.
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Version 1.0.2
Hagi
07 August 2006
works only with english localization. Go to "System Preferences / International" and put "English" at the top of the list.
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Version 1.0