SuperSync Server integrates with the popular NAS systems and communicates with the SuperSync Desktop, to transfer and manage music, video and playlists with just a single click, simplifying the management of music libraries throughout the network.
April 10, 2014 (Newswire.com) - SuperSync, the most comprehensive and popular, cross-platform iTunes music library management software, today announced the Beta release of SuperSync Server for NAS 1.0, now available for Synology DSM, ReadyNAS, VortexBox and Amahi.
SuperSync Server 1.0 addresses the complexity and manageability limitations of transfering media files from iTunes to the NAS. SuperSync Server 1.0 is the first in a series of planned releases designed to allow NAS users to take advantage of SuperSync's music library management capabilities of merging, syncing, transferring music between NAS, computers & laptops with a single click.
SuperSync addresses one of the biggest pain points for iTunes users: Managing their ever increasing iTunes libraries across multiple platforms. Since 2007, with more than a million downloads, the SuperSync Desktop version has been a popular software among iTunes users to Sync, Merge, Manage, and Transfer iTunes libraries across all Macs, PCs and iOS devices within the network.
Brad Lowe, the CEO of SuperSync says "With SuperSync desktop version, we were successful in helping customers manage their ever increasing iTunes libraries. With the growing popularity of network attached storage appliances, we wanted a tool that would help users maintain a media library accessible to all of their computers."
The SuperSync Server integrates with the popular NAS systems and communicates with the SuperSync Desktop (running on Mac and Windows) to transfer and manage music, video and playlists with just a single click. SuperSync Server is an easy to install, add-on application to simplify the management of music libraries throughout the network. Seamlessly connect from the Macs, PCs, iOS devices to the SuperSync Server to sync, merge, transfer, compare the music libraries and manage music & videos.
The SuperSync Server Highlights:
• Centralized iTunes music management
• Easy, Comprehensive, Automated
• Access Anywhere Anytime
• Works across multiple OS
Brad further adds that "With SuperSync Server Beta release, we believe we have addressed a major pain area for the NAS users. However, we need the support of the NAS community as well as the NAS users by participating in our Beta."
SuperSync Server is currently free for supported NAS systems. The desktop application is currently a commercial application from $5 to $15 per computer, and also runs in a free trial mode.
SuperSync Server Beta 1.0 is available now for use with NAS systems like Amahi, VortexBox, Synology and ReadyNAS. You can download the beta from the SuperSync website at http://supersync.com/server.php.
SuperSync server is an open beta that is expected to last through the end of April.
More information about SuperSync is available at http://supersync.com
See also: http://www.amahi.org/, http://www.readynas.com/, http://synology.com, and http://vortexbox.org/ Amahi, ReadyNAS,
Synology, and VortexBox are trademarks of their respective
companies and are unaffiliated with SuperSync.