Have you ever wanted to manage your iTunes music library, but though of it as too much of a hassle? To modify track info and organize playlist data, you can download and launch scripts, found on Doug’s AppleScripts but compared to the choice for Macintosh users, the offer for PCs is sparse to say the least.
That’s why we’re using this opportunity to put forward a few Windows applications that complement the iTunes experience. The iTunes Album Artwork Locator will finally allow you to pick up all the cd covers you’re missing and insert them in your iTunes. MyTunes is one of Softonic’s favorites, because it’s a cheeky little program that will finally allow you to share and copy (yeah really) tracks from other users’ iTunes libraries. eTunes is the program of choice if you have a massive collection of tracks and you just want to get all the information in the ID3 tags sorted quickly. Then there’s PodPlus to transfer all kinds of information like pictures, RSS feeds, forecasts or notes to your iPod. Who says life ends with iTunes?