TrackSift 2
TrackSift 2
1.2.1

4.5

TrackSift 2 free download for Mac

TrackSift 2

1.2.1
11 September 2017

iTunes tools for creating special playlists and more.

Overview

TrackSift 2 brings together 9 easy to use tools for iTunes to assist with creating special playlists and cleaning up your iTunes library.

Remove dead tracks, find tracks without artwork or lyrics, create "two-fers" and "three-fers" playlists, delete unwanted Genre names, find "one-hit wonders", and more.

What's new in TrackSift 2

Version 1.2.1:
  • Fixes erroneous message regarding accessible tracks for No Lyrics tool

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2 TrackSift 2 Reviews

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Wts
25 June 2011

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How do iknow if this app would work for me if there is no trial/demo version ?
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Version 1.1.0
Drdul
12 August 2014
Does exactly what it says, and runs without problems. I wish it incorporated the "Music Folder Files Not Added" script that searches the Music > iTunes folder on a hard drive for files that aren't in the in the corresponding iTubes library.
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Version 1.2.3
Wts
25 June 2011
How do iknow if this app would work for me if there is no trial/demo version ?
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Version 1.1.0
4 answer(s)
Doug-Adams
Doug-Adams
25 June 2011
You do not. Apple does not permit demo or trial software on the Mac App Store. On the other hand, Apple will not allow an app on the Mac App Store if it does not pass their rigorous testing.
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Wts
Wts
25 June 2011
Does the developer/apple provide a money back guarantee ? For me NO trial/demo equals NO purchase.
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Steve-Frawley
Steve-Frawley
01 February 2013
Check the Developer site and check his references on the web. He has done free and donation suggested software that is great for many years. I bought it as soon as I saw who wrote it. I will rate it later after a full test. Doug has avery dependable reputation that leads me to believe he will keep improving if needed.
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Big Johnson
Big Johnson
19 January 2014
Doug: If Apple only allows apps on the MAS that pass their "rigorous testing," why are there so many apps with poor ratings and negative comments?
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