I just received this important email from the new owners of TuneUp Media (which I use and posted this review of back in 2009):
TuneUp Media Inc., the original publishers of TuneUp, ceased operations last month. Since then, the original founding team along with a dedicated group of former employees have put forth a huge effort to make sure that a better version of the TuneUp software survives. See our About Us page for more.
We’ve listened, and we’re here for you. We know that many of you have had serious issues with TuneUp 3.0, and have asked to return to the old version, TuneUp 2.48. We hear you loud and clear, and we’re doing just that.
Moving forward, we will support TuneUp 3.0 customers as best as we can, but encourage you to switch back to TuneUp 2.48, as we feel (like many of you do) that this version is much morestable, reliable, intuitive and accurate. Go here to get version 2.48 »
We know that trust is earned. Rest assured, the team on board is the original heart and soul of TuneUp, the same music lovers that made it the #1 digital music management app in the world. We look forward to answering any questions that you might have. As such, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We truly look forward to keeping your music collections clean, cover art shiny, and duplicates out of sight.
– The New TuneUp Team
This great news, since I was never that happy with v3.0 of TuneUp Media! I am now going to uninstall it and revert back to good ol’ v2.48!
For those who may be unfamiliar with TuneUp, here is a video: