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Music Synchronizer

Synchonize your music with disk, sd cards etc..

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Now writing speed is dramatically increased! I wrote 32 GB less than 2 hours instead of 2 days to the clean storage! Also the way how program data is storaged is changed. See more at the home page.

Main purpose is to synchronize your music with Android devices.

Import music information from various sources:
* mp3 files;
* directories containing mp3 files;
* m3u8 playlists;
* Winamp playlists

When file are imported it is easy to manage your playlists, review files information and even size of artwork embedded.

Select files to synchronize and playlists are written automatically.

Synchronization is fast because only files to be change are written or deleted. Most of the files are untouched which extends the life of your SD card and speeds up whole writing process.

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If you find this free software useful, please help me with more rock'n roll coming!

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  • Import music information from various sources (winamp, M3u8, files, directories)
  • Manage your music- see music information and even size of image embedded
  • Playlist management (rename, delete)
  • Manage music to write
  • Play music
  • Synchronize custom list of music with any target


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