If you love using iTunes, then you might also like to gain a better understanding of your own listening habits and what your music library really contains. Super Analyzer for Mac provides information and statistics presented in lists, charts, and graphs that you can save or share with others online.
Easily installed, and even easier to start up, Super Analyzer for Mac will definitely impress users with its analytical performance speed. Once the app is open, you are just a click away from having your entire music library analyzed and broken down into 13 sections of statistics lists, charts, and graphs, all based on your music collection and listening habits. The first general overview section alone presents impressive data similar to that of iTunes or other data tracking MP3 and audio players. A fun feature is the option to share and compare your trends with that of your friends. If you're not up for sharing, then you can delve further into your listening stats and explore variables such as most played genre, artist, most popular decade, most common song words, most played artists, likes vs. plays, and much more. While the statistics and visuals are helpful and impressive, the appearance is lacking. Nonetheless, what this app lacks in appearance, it certainly makes up for in its analysis of music libraries.
Super Analyzer for Mac offers a great solution for those who enjoy their music and would like to obtain much more in-depth information about their own musical preferences and the patterns that exist in their music library.
The Super Analyzer looks at your iTunes music library and creates a variety of charts and statistics that tell you interesting things about your music tastes and listening habits. It is the perfect complement to anyone who uses iTunes. A few of the charts are shown below: you can see how many songs you have in each genre and from each year, and what time of day you listen to the most music, what artists/albums/genres/decades you listen to the most, and how quickly your collection is growing.
Share your stats! You can save individual graphs as image files to email to friends, or save a complete summary as a PDF document or webpage that you can put on your website.
What's new in this version:
The 3.6 update to the Super Analyzer adds complete support for German and adds support for exporting album lists that include artists and albums with Asian characters in their names.