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  • 1.0 stars

    "Behaves strangely and dangerously"

    March 22, 2010  |   By nicmart

    Pros

    Nice feature set in principle.

    Cons

    Bad things happen. It causes iTunes to act as though it is being opened for the first time, showing Agree to Terms window. iTunes opens with preferences reverted. When moving playists PowerTunes froze and some songs became delinked from their files.

    Summary

    Very risky in my short experience, with the possibility to create havoc. I have a large library of songs and would never use PowerTunes again.

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