Syncopation provides a hands-free solution to keep your iTunes music collection synchronized across multiple computers running Mac OS X.
Once installed on two or more Macs, Syncopation goes to work, finding music that is on one computer but not the others, and automatically transfers the songs between them so that they both contain your complete music collection. Leave it running in the background and it will keep your iTunes libraries up-to-date.
When you make changes to your song files on one computer, Syncopation updates your other computers with those changes. If you add files to one of your computers, Syncopation replicates the new songs to your other computers, whether they are iTunes Music Store purchases or tracks ripped from your own CD’s.
Syncopation works over your Ethernet or wireless network.
New in v2.0.1
- The block/pin state was not being applied correctly in 2.0. This release addresses this issue.
- Fix issue with Import without Copying in which the track files would be copied regardless of the setting of the option.
- Fix some typos, alignment issues, and incorrect labels.
- Support for OS X 10.5 Leopard.
- Support for iTunes playlists.
- Drag-and-Drop between clients.
- Support for a Master-Client sync mode in addition to the standard peer-to-peer sync mode.
- Finer control over synchronization.
- More efficient attribute changes.