Rinse claims to be the smartest way to seamlessly organize and repair your iTunes music library. It is powered by an intelligent online database which finds what you need without searching or typing.
What “Rinse” does?
Save precious storage space and enjoy an organized collection. Don’t worry if you have misspelled songs or albums. With Rinse, you choose which version you want to keep, and can even test it out before you decide with the simulation mode.
Make your collection attractive and easy to browse on your devices without remembering that Dave Matthews is the Dave Matthews Band, for example. Edit entire collection at once, or song by song.
Rinse automatically finds missing artists, albums, dates, and genres for you. You can choose what sources to include: the original album, a compilation, or greatest hits album.
Rinse automatically finds high resolution album art so you can enjoy it on your computer, in iTunes, on your phone, and on your other devices.
Combine and organize your music collection the way you want it.
How it works?
Built to be the easiest and fastest way to organize your songs – add missing album art, fix misspellings, remove duplicates, rename genres and more. Rinse is powered by an intelligent online database which means it can fix songs without making you type in the new information.
Rinse automatically looks up your songs in an online music database and downloads the correct details for each song. You can choose to fix songs one-at-a-time so you can see and edit the details before saving them or choose to fix songs automatically (while you sleep!)
Created to be easy to use, but it is also the most powerful way to edit your mp3 tags. Rinse has lots of options that allow you to choose exactly what songs get fixed, which details are updated or left alone, how to decide what a duplicate is and more. With Rinse, you are in control.
Removing duplicated tracks from your music library not only saves space, but makes it easier to organize and enjoy your music. Rinse uses an intelligent matching technology to find songs that are duplicates – even if they have different spellings or information. You can choose how Rinse finds duplicates (by ignoring albums, for example) as well as what to do with duplicates once they are found – you can flag them for review or have them deleted immediately.
Most people have almost as many different genres as songs in their iTunes – making browsing by genres pretty useless. Rinse makes it easy to organize and consolidate genres down to just the ones you want – combining similar genres into the ones you use the most.
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