M3Unify
M3Unify
2.1.0

1.0

M3Unify free download for Mac

M3Unify2.1.0

03 January 2020

M3U playlist maker and iTunes file exporter.

Overview

M3Unify is a flexible M3U playlist creator and file exporter. It enables you to load a USB thumb drive or SD card with copies of your iTunes songs the way you and your audio player want. M3Unify can archive playlists and audio files to a folder, volume or portable media and includes options to create Artist/Album sub-folders, rename files, convert to AAC, and more. Watch the video demonstration.

What's new in M3Unify

Version 2.1.0:

Note: The latest version of M3Unify is for macOS 10.14 Mojave and later only. If you are on an earlier macOS, do not update!

  • Changes in macOS 10.15.3: Apple changed the way track and playlist information dragged from the Music app is recognized. This version of M3Unify accommodates that change. Earlier versions of M3Unify running in mac OS 10.15.3+ will not recognize drags from the Music app.

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How would you rate M3Unify app?

8 Reviews of M3Unify

5
Rumplestiltskin
11 June 2018
Version: 1.10.0

Most helpful

I was looking for that "do-what-I-mean" button and M3Unify managed to tame my mp3s by reading the ID3 tags and automatically renaming the files so they will play in the proper order. Not much to ask but it does it very well. There are more functions I haven't even played with yet but, just for the one "add track# before name" feature, it was worth the $5. Perfect.
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marcelryf
04 February 2020
Version: 2.1.0
It doesn't work. The .m3u file is created. The playlist is empty on my Sandisk Sport Plus MP3 player. Playlist and mp3 files are in the same directory. Fortunately not bought yet.
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amb-modell
23 June 2018
Version: 1.10.0
Es funktioniert recht gut, ich möcht aber gern noch die Tracktime hinzufügen. leider finde ich dazu nichts!
Danke.
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5
Rumplestiltskin
11 June 2018
Version: 1.10.0
I was looking for that "do-what-I-mean" button and M3Unify managed to tame my mp3s by reading the ID3 tags and automatically renaming the files so they will play in the proper order. Not much to ask but it does it very well. There are more functions I haven't even played with yet but, just for the one "add track# before name" feature, it was worth the $5. Perfect.
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plvt
09 June 2018
Version: 1.10.0
I’ve been trying to use m3unify to move my iTunes library onto a usb stick to use in my car. The car reads all the songs just fine and properly assigns artists, albums, and artwork to each song as it is playing. However, the car cannot read a list of albums or artists or genres. It only offers a list of songs and then only in a choice called root. Also each song shows a / at the top of the screen — I’m not sure why. Anybody know how to make it so that I can choose music by artist or album? FWIW, the car uses a Mazda Connect 59.044 system to play music.
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5
itabmedia
22 December 2016
Version: 1.6.0
Very useful app, not just for playlists, but to me more importantly converting audio formats. This app can also convert audio files to different formats with different bitrates. It can keep folder structure and also rename files. All with a nice functional interface. I asked the developer if it were possible to add a feature for me, two days later it was added. Very useful app and 5 stars to the dev.
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5
Oneof52
23 October 2015
Version: 1.4.0
This app is awesome. Needed a way to put playlists on a memory stick so my Mazda Infotainment System would play my music with playlists. The system is funky and couldn't get it to work without doing some coding crap that windows users were talking about. Drag and drop worked perfectly. I now have several playlists saved directly on my USB memory stick from this app and all play perfectly. Well worth the $5. Wish I would have come across this app sooner.
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A1D
03 July 2015
Version: 1.3.2
Drag'n'Drop doesn't work. Not free actually
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waryuser
13 April 2015
Version: 1.2.3
This is great, and works well with my smartcar. I there was a way it would save the previous playlist and load it up the next launch, but at some point that just becomes iTunes :P
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